Today, Daddy took Clark for another big-boy haircut. Daddy was so proud because Clark sat by himself in the chair and was very happy throughout the whole process. (I'm sure that the green lollipop helped out just a little.)
Later on, I was fixing dinner and trying to use up some leftovers for the kids. This may sound mundane to many people, but when I look back at this years from now, I might wonder what it was that they were eating.....
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I asked them all to give me cheesy smiles and this was Emma's response (see above).
It's hard to see it, but they are saying "Cheers!" per Uncle Stevie's tutoring just moments before I took the picture. Funny!
I asked the girls to show me their pretty fingers and Kendall posed them on the table. Meanwhile, Emma held them up, but aimed in the wrong direction. Oops. She meant well.
So my babies aren't really babies. They are becoming "older toddlers" actually. They have painted toes and fingers (even Clark at this point). They eat salads when we go out to dinner. They have opinions (not my favorite developmental milestone to date). But they also say "I love you" and sing "Jesus Loves Me." They light up when Daddy comes home and say something like "Daddy came back home!" (Do they know something that I don't?) They are never short on passion, whether it is expressed as happy, sad, excited or frustrated.
I have big plans for them on Saturday, so I hope to have some fun pictures to share tomorrow evening!