and then one day there were 3 toothbrushes, and life was back to normal.

Lili woke from her nap today to a wintry-wonderland-mix outside the window. She stared with her nap face out the window as the other kids sledded down the driveway. She would turn to me after they flew by with her hands up in the air... What was THAT?
Alex and I have used the day to be a touch lazy mixed in with some good "bad" weather activities such as making muffins, drinking coffee, reading during Lili's nap, and unpacking all those tubs from NH...
Looks like we will be up on the mountain for a couple days as a wintry mix and low temps make for dangerous roads here. Jason was just down at the grocery store, and even though we only have 3" tops of snow, he had to wait 45 minutes in line! Crazy South. ;)Miss Nap Face and her new tutu...
The books on our side tabe are:
"The Key to Rebecca" by Ken Follett
"Three Cups of Tea" by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin
"Naturally Healthy Babies and Children" by Aviva Jill Romm
and "500 Handmade Books" by Lark Books


cara lou said...

I'm incredibly jealous. SNOW? It's over 80 degrees here today. Blah -- I hate it. I'd love to be doing some fun winter-y activities.

I LOVED Three Cups of Tea. Fascinating and inspirational.

Lili is adorable as ever. And dang, I love that lamp!

Erin said...

A Tutu! What a cute little sleepy face! And yes, I agree, Three Cups of Tea was WONDERFUL!

Anonymous said...

Great post, Kelcey, and I'm glad that Alex made it home safely, though I'm sorry we didn't get to see him again. Give one another hugs for me! All these pictures make me miss you guys so much!