Saturday, December 28, 2013

December Recap.

December was full speed ahead!

 Our elf Sam came December 1 and did some goofy stuff during the month...when he remembered!

We headed to the Tucson Village Farm right down the street from us to pick kale and sample their awesome winter squash soup and kale chips. I tried my hand at kale chips when we got home, and failed miserably! We'll have to head back for another try!

The boys met Santa!! Jo has been yelling "SANTA!!" whenever he sees somebody or something that slightly resembles the bearded man! It can be slightly embarrassing...
My friend Blakelee and I took our boys to a Santa where you can take your own pictures for free. As a result, this is the best we got this year! Oh well!     

 We caught the first La Encantada "snowfall" by accident again this year! The boys loved the soap snow.

We made a gingerbread house with Nana Ne that turned out so cute, and got eaten the next day.

Ro decided he is a big boy who can make his own peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. 

Jo decided to look like a teenager after a much needed hair cut!

Mommy and Daddy got to go on a fun date to a U of A basketball game. Mommy got a little rowdy....

We visited the Grinch at the mall, but the line to give him a hug was too long for us. This picture was the best we got! These brothers love one another so much!

Danny and I caught sight of this in the butterfly classroom one morning. Ro is the tallest in his class and a good 6 inches taller than some of the little sweetie girls.

Ro decided he is a makeup artist and this is the result...

Ro gave his teachers little Christmas trees as a gift for Christmas. We added these ornaments and Ro let me know what he wanted to write. I thought this one was so cute:

The best part of December so far has been having Daddy around. We love that he is around 24/7 about 90% of the time. :) That not enjoyable 10% of the time is when mommy is used to doing things her way, and an extra parent around just gets in the way! LOL!


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