Thursday, February 24, 2011

Snow Day!

We woke up to about two inches of snow on the ground and knew we had to get out there before it melted away. So after breakfast, we bundled ourselves up and out we went. The boys' favorite thing to do was eat the snow. Their second favorite was to throw snowballs at me. We had so much fun but we were bummed that Daddy wasn't there to have fun with us!

Canon, eating his fair share of the snow.
I swear Everson didn't stop eating the snow the entire time we were outside.
Enjoying snowballs together!
The snowman the boys and I built. Everson was very sad when the sun came out a couple hours later and melted the snow, which made our lovely snowman fall over. He then perked up and said, "that's okay, we'll just make one out of grass." At which point I just nodded and smiled.

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Yard Work...or play!

We took advantage of having a Saturday without rain. We decided to get out and do some yard work. The boys loved playing in the pile of leaves, obviously.

Later in the evening we made our own pizzas for dinner. Everson was too thrilled about getting his hands dirty, but liked the ending result. Canon was opposite, loved putting on the toppings but didn't care much to eat it.

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Smile....please...I'm begging you!

So we attempted again to get some cute pictures of the boys all dressed up for church. Were we successful? You be the judge.

Out of all the pictures I took of Canon, he gave me these exact two faces. One looks like he is yelling and the other looks like he smelled something rotten.
Everson's deal was to make two silly faces for every good smile he gave me.
While taking these pictures, Everson was leaning too much on the door and his feet slipped out from under him and he landed on his bottom. You can see by the look on his face that he wanted to be mad/sad about it, but knew that it was pretty funny!
This pictures is the best I got of the two. Too bad it is a little out of focus.
Someday I'll get pictures of them without toys or cups in their hands and they will be smiling beautifully. Until then, enjoy!