We were excited it snowed on Christmas day. We went sledding. Daddy and Mark got to go too. We have not gone sledding with Daddy for awhile. It was very fun. It was a great way to start the day.
Here are more pictures from Megan’s blog and Adrian’s!
It is snowing today and I would like a lot of snow! Enough snow so that we can go sledding tomorrow but not enough for schools to be cancelled 🙂
We were taking pictures with some of the alpacas. Poe is one of the little alpacas. He likes giving kisses! He giving me a kiss while Momma was taking pictures.
We find a recipe for caramel apples today. Next time we will try the other one we found.
A few weekends ago, we went to camp Patmos to help with camp. I helped Auntie Kristi in the kitchen. I got to meet some of the girls that work there. It was a lot of fun. I enjoyed helping.
I helped make breakfast one day. We cracked about 500 eggs! I also helped make chicken, mashed pototoes and helped serve for other meals.
A few years ago, I got to help Auntie Kristi bake too. She is still silly!
Today is national Rice Crispy treat day. Make some good Rice Crispy treats with some one special.
Even though Mark is away at school, he asked Momma to buy me a birthday flower. Isn’t he sweet?
Thank you Mark!
Momma and I saw a picture like this and I thought it would be a good birthday picture. I like this picture because I like soccer and to dress up.
Betsy was my great aunt’s doll. Aunt Bonnie was given Betsy when she was three or four. It was her only doll.
Betsy needed a new home. Aunt Bonnie gave her to me. She has a few feed sack dresses that Aunt Bonnie’s Mom made and a pink jacket with a matching pink bonnet.
Megan enjoys playing with Betsy. She has to be careful because the doll is over 70 years old and very fragile.
Betsy now is in a basket with the rest of my doll collection. She is probably my favorite because she is the oldest and she has a very special story for me.
This weekend we went kayaking with some friends. I really enjoyed it! My favorite part was going under the bridges. Some of them you could feel the cars going over.
I hope that we can go kayaking again this summer! Thank you Evie and Pappa Wood for taking us!