This is a catch-up post of things I don't want to forget!
Cyrena was star student a couple of weeks ago. We got to keep Clifford for the weekend. Her eyes are red in this because she was crying about having to take Clifford back to school--she wanted to keep him. The only way I got her to stop crying was by offering to take this picture of her, Clifford and her poster.
We did a lot of 'playing' with our Halloween candy. I found Natalie like this one afternoon and David helped Cyrena build a house with hers. Eventually we let them each pick about 10 things and we threw the rest away. But it was fun to play with it all in the meantime!
Anna loved rolling around in all of it and making a mess
I love rare moments like this where I don't know where the girls are and then I find them like this. Natalie got Pinkalicious and Purplicious for her birthday and she loves Cyrena to read to her.
One night during FHE Anna was having a hard time so I had to skip out and start bathing her and get her ready for bed. I told David he could play pictionary with the girls on our whiteboard for the activity. Just informal pictionary where they thought of something, drew it and had someone else guess. Cyrena's drawing is above. 100 points to the person who can guess what it is. HINT: it's church-related and he's not wearing hat...that's his hair.
Normal nights. Cyrena is circling things in a toy catalog and Natalie is playing Doctor to Anna. Do you notice something on Anna's head? She's wearing an infant cranial band. She has a noticeable flat spot and we're trying to correct it. Fingers are crossed that it works. She adjusted to it amazingly fast.
Some 'just because' flowers from David for an overwhelmed mom. Awwww....
This owl landed in a tree in our neighbor's yard. There is an owl family around but we hadn't seen them this close up before. Very cool.
Cyrena bore her testimony for the first time a couple of weeks ago. She was nervous but did a beautiful job. She really does have a strong testimony that will serve her well through her life.