|a little singing and dancing with milk cartons before dropping Lilly off at school|
|Who can resist knocking over such a tall tower?|
|Life with a big sister. The poor guy had no idea this was on his head until it fell off half an hour later.|
|The Clark 1950s Diner|
Jim is still the most fun to play with. That's what dads are for, after all! Lilly gets so excited every weekend because she knows that "Dad is home from UBS" and Jack follows Jim around whenever he's home saying, "Dada, dada...up" over and over again. At dinner tonight, we were talking about how tomorrow is a school and work day, and Lilly said, "Oh sorry, Dad. Have fun at UBS with Eric tomorrow. It was nice seeing you this weekend." Jim works with Eric, and every single day, Lilly asks him if he had a fun day with Eric. I think she pictures one big playground for grown ups; I'm pretty sure Jim would disagree.
|Poor Jim needed a visit to the doctor. Diagnosis: "Don't worry, Dad...you need to have your tonsils out, like Miffy."|
|Caught. Jack's favorite cabinet. He goes up to it and shakes his head and says, "uh, uh, uh" because he knows he's not supposed to go into it!|
|Trying on her new ballet clothes, getting ready for the long awaited first ballet class|
|Jack loves lilly's horse. Since it's too big for him to carry properly, the poor horse ends up being used as a broom .|
|making a fort|
|One of Jack's favorite games. We say, "goodnight, Jack" and he drops to the floor with his blanket!|
|Getting ready for bed. Our snuggly little Jack, with his thumb and favorite blanket.|
The snow is starting here, and the little ones are in bed. Jim and I have a movie and the couch calling our name. It was a great three-day weekend.