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Picture of the Week: Snow Day

Perry was tired Monday and was not excited to wake up for school. Then I told her she was going to Grammy's for the day, and she was all about it.

While it seemed like it snowed everywhere else in the valley, we were left out. We did have some pretty snow covered mountains surrounding our house, though.


The view on my way to work with the sunrise was gorgeous.

That evening, Perry fell asleep early while watching her iPad, and she kept whimpering if I tried to take it, without even opening her eyes.

I finally got it away from her, and she slept through the night.

Wednesday night, we finally got some snow at our house. It was late, but this is a rare occasion for us, so I let the girls go out and play in it for a few minutes.


The next morning, the girls were bummed to discover that they weren't getting a snow day. We had some pretty snow capped trees and all the roofs in our neighborhood were covered, which made for a fun drive to school.



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Picture of the Week: Happy Valentine's Day

Perry watched me eat lemon Italian ice every night after dinner, so she decided that she needed some, too. She takes this little step stool (that she calls a bar stool) pretty much everywhere with her. She uses it to help with dishes, get on the potty, wash her hands, brush her teeth, etc. Apparently, it is now also a dessert table.

I thought this was perfect for my girls. They're all sassy and tough.

Perry took pictures of herself on her iPad. Only about two hundred pictures identical to this one popped up on my phone.

Grace has been asking for frozen yogurt, so we finally stopped in one day after she brought home an 'A' on a test.

Valentine's day came way too fast, but I still managed to get the girls a little something.

They all looked so pretty in their heart sweatshirts that Kasie made for us (Thanks, Kas!).

Our weather was forecasting some snow, but none of us believed it.

Perry slept so sweetly with her little hand…