With these kids, there are seriously no dull moments. Here is Charlie when I came into the room to find him taking a bite out of each of the apples in the bowl.
He has become such a cheeseball. Anytime he sees a camera (even if it's not in anyone's hands) he will start saying, "Cheese! Cheese! CHHHHHEEEEESSSEE!" until you take at least 6 pictures of him. Luckily, a lot of the time we get happy smiles.
Em and Charlie found jars of baby food in the backroom and had a fun time eating them. Anything to get vegetables in these kids. Emily loved feeding her "baby."
The kids have started playing well together. They loved Grandma's hammock.
Andrew made the "longest and biggest hopscotch in the whole wide world."
Apparently he thought this was the face he should make here.
Andrew and I did some science experiments with baking soda and vinegar. We talked about bases and acids, etc but at the end he was telling me that it was "historically watered." I'm not really sure what that would mean.
Emily has been sleeping in a box on her bed lately. I don't know why, but she is so cute.
Charlie wakes up usually with a smile from his naps, but if I don't get him out right away, he makes this face. "You are taking way too long."
Emily, Charlie, and I were singing and dancing in the living room. Andrew didn't want us to, but said, "It's okay though. I know what to do." And came in with toilet paper shoved in his ears.
Emily called it his 'bumblebee ears' which was just as cute as him making his own earplugs.
Charlie was posing for this picture. He wasn't laughing. He just apparently thought this was the best face for our picture together.
My little worker elves. If they were better at cleaning the house, I'd be out of a job. (Wouldn't THAT be nice?)
I love our crazy little kiddos.