Thursday, January 29, 2009

Work in Progress

Nadia's latest obsession is uttering the phrase, "I'll do it." From brushing her teeth, to going to the bathroom to getting dressed. It's great to see her show some independence. As you can see, sometimes the results can be quite comical.

Do you feel a draft in here?


Saturday, January 17, 2009


Before the arctic weather set in on Thursday, Wednesday was beautiful with large snowflakes that fell the entire day. It was one of those snowfalls that reminded you that despite the cold, having the changing seasons is something to be appreciated. By the time the girls were up from their afternoon naps and we layered ourselves in winter clothing, the weather was already taking a turn for the worst. With the wind we were outside for only a few minutes before we were back inside again trying to warm up. Next time...

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Go Blue Devils!!!

Yesterday, Nana, Nadia, Sonia, and myself headed to Tipton to see Chloe (the girls' second cousin) cheer the Blue Devils on. I was very impressed with the cheer leading squad...I don't ever remember our school being that organized or good when I cheered at that age.
Anyway, Tipton scored a big win!

Monday, January 12, 2009

Getting There

Sonia demonstrates the fine art of "almost walking" in this short clip. Also, kudos to Nadia for proving that it is never too late to request to wear Halloween pj's...and for wanting your little sister wear them too.

Sunday, January 11, 2009

Fin de Semana

Nadia and Sonia spent this past weekend apart, with Nadia spending the night in Kokomo and Sonia hanging out with us at home. As you can see, Nadia found the biggest stuffed animal available to make her more comfortable in a strange bed. Down below, Sonia has been fine-tuning her rodeo skills. She also has been stringing together 4 to 5 steps as she so desperately wants to be everywhere her sister is.

Sunday, January 4, 2009


We spent a fabulous week down in Florida with Oma and Abuelo. Here are some pics that recap our trip.