Friday, April 15, 2011

Frame-A-Day: Week 15: 4/9-4/15

April 9--A Perfect Imp--Today Chretien, Trust and Earnest went skiing.  Imp and I had our own fun, with visits to Nana and Grampy's for lunch, a duck pond and finally, to the preschool playground ...everything an almost-three year old could possibly want. 

April 10--Spring Flowers--The beautiful weekend weather continued today, and the kids were out creating chalk masterpieces.  So far, these are the only flowers we've spied this spring.  It's a start.

April 11--Make Up--Trust had a makeup lesson today for the ice skating lesson she missed Saturday.  She had her favorite teacher and it made her happy.  Here she is getting advice about her T-stops.

April 12--Bedtime Stories--Tonight was the first time in a long time that all three kids listened to a story read by Chretien or me; Trust will often read to herself in bed and Imp and Earnest sometimes want different stories. "Mind Your Manners, B.B. Wolf" is always a favorite, however, especially with some of the sound effects.

April 13--Little Men--Today was picture day at daycare. I wanted just one photo of my cutie pie little men before they left for school. I snapped 37 photos and most of them had uncooperative children or funny faces. Finally, I broke out a book (B.B. Wolf again) and managed to get this photo.

April 14--Track Time with Thomas (and Friends)--Imp realllllly loves the train table. He and Trust were playing with it before she and I left this morning. Can I say that I love this photo of him?

*April 15--Pajama Day--Today was Pajama Day at Trust's school; the kids could pay $1 for the privilege of wearing PJs to school.  The money goes to this year's fourth grade class for their fifth grade fun activities.  This was taken (with the timer!) right after we arrived home today.  For the Frame-A-Day book I've cropped it some, too.

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  1. Love their outfits for picture day. Cute photos this week. Thanks for linking up!

  2. That chalk drawing is great.

  3. The chalk drawing is a good one. Did she have help or was that all her?

    Skating lessons, how fun!

  4. @Sarah--Thank you.

    @Anne U--Thanks.

    @RaD--It's all my daughter. She loves, loves, loves drawing and it doesn't seem to matter if it's paper or the driveway. ;-)

  5. What a fun week for you guys! Great shots...