Sunday, February 19, 2012

project 365... week 7

project 365: week 7
Sunday, February 12th - Saturday, February 18th:
(btw, no one noticed that i listed last weeks dates as sun, JANUARY 5th - saturday February 12th?! It was a long week, but not THAT long. And Dad, I'm disappointed. I thought for sure you would have caught that!) ;-)

Libbi loves to play doctor with Laney. Unfortunately, she gets a little frustrated when Laney doesn't take her turn as the doctor and let Libbi be the patient. 

Valentine's Day was so much fun. Libbi loved telling everyone, "Happy Balentimes Day!" She knew they were having a party at school and she kept telling me that there was probably going to be cake and presents there, too. Hope she wasn't too disappointed. ;) When I picked Libbi up from school, I brought her a heart shaped donut. I may/may not have gotten one for myself, too. The girls made Jeffrey the CUTEST shutterfly calendar for his office.  Jeffrey and I went out to dinner and filed our taxes - true love! :)

Laney is into everything these days. She is pulling up on everything and can crawl so fast! She is SO proud of herself when she stands up. 

Thursday was pajama and pancake day at Libbi's preschool. She was pumped to wear her jammies to school. She really wanted to wear her "cupcake jammies" but after seeing her unzip them and yell, "I'm Nekkie!!!!' I vetoed anything with zippers. We compromised on this Hello Kitty ensemble even though I am not a fan of "character" apparel. Of course, it's probably not entirely appropriate that she pronounces her "k's" as "t's" so when she tells you she's wearing "hello Kitty"....well, you get the idea ;)
Laney had to go to the doctor while Libbi was at school (and Libbi was just green with envy - seriously! she loves going to the doctor!). After a diagnosis of croup and double ear infections, we went back to pick up Libs from school. 

I'm not really sure why, but I decided to take both girls with me to get the oil changed in my car on Friday. It wasn't as bad as I had imagined....not exactly fun, but not torturous either. :)
Libbi has just recently learned how to "pedal" pretty consistently, so I took her to the park after naps so she could have lots of room to ride her little bike. We're planning on getting her a "real" bike for her birthday (but don't tell her!) ;)
She and I were looking at pictures of some bikes on the internet the other day and I said, "maybe we'll get you a bike for your birthday when you turn three years old." She matter-of-factly replied, "maybe you can get it for me when I poo-poo on the potty!" My little  negotiator. :)

Saturday morning I took Libbi to get her hair trimmed. She actually really likes getting haircuts (she takes after me!) and did very well. We were supposed to go on Friday, but after the whole oil change experience, I was just too exhausted to brave another outing. Of course, I made the mistake of telling her beforehand that we were getting her haircut that afternoon and when we didn't she whined the rest of the day that "momma didn't get my haircut! I need a haircut!" pitiful, huh? ;)
Saturday afternoon we went to Snow Mountain with Buddy and Mimzy. It was so much fun! It's basically a little exhibit with snow brought in and some slides/activities for the kids. Libbi went down the kid's slide and loved it! I was shocked that she actually braved it and even more shocked that she liked it! We pushed our luck a little by taking her on the "family slide." It was a little too fast for my taste. But then again, driving on the interstate makes me nervous, so I'm not exactly what you would call "a risk taker." :)
After the family slide, Libbi claimed she liked it, but adamantly protested about ever doing it again - bless her. :)

All in all, we had a busy, but fun week! This week has lots in store for us, too. Between play dates, school, and date nights we're bound to have some stories to tell! :)
Hope y'all had a great weekend!!

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