Miscellaneous Updates

Here’s what’s going on, in no particular order…

 

Let It Go:

Eila saw her first full movie in a theater a few weeks ago.  The movie was Frozen.  Here is Eila reenacting a scene from the movie while painting a bird house:

 

No News:

As you may have noticed, Tuesday Newsday has been off the air recently.  This is partly because we’re doing the garden club at the big girls’ school on Tuesday afternoons.  (I lead the garden club, and all three girls are my captive participants, along with a couple other kids.)  We would probably be doing our news a different day, but I’ve also started watching some other kids three days a week, and there’s just not enough time for everything!

 

Sharing Shoes:

The downside of having daughters old enough to wear your clothes is that when they borrow your flip flops, they may get left outside.  And though once black, they may now be brown.

My Flops

 

 

A Boat:

The girls’ school had their annual Family Fitness Night last week, and there were lots of emergency vehicles there for the kids to check out.  (Why not?)  I thought Eila would be excited about the fire engine, but she actually preferred this boat.  She was the first of the three girls brave enough to hop in.  Even let the strange police man pick her up to bring her aboard.

Girls in Boat

 

Babies:

We’re going to find out whether the new baby (due in September) is a boy or a girl on Monday!  Will keep you posted.  And speaking of babies, when I read this book to Eila, she always makes the same comment when we get to this page.  “Oh!  It’s Mama Baby and Eila Baby!”

babies

 

Sewing:

Slowly but surely, I am learning to use a sewing machine.  Here you can see some cloth baby wipes I’m making.  Clearly, that’s going well.

Cloth Wipes

Note:  After seeing this picture, my lovely sister-in-law, Jenna, told me I needed to flip my bobbin.  She was absolutely right, and that helped for a few minutes.  Then this happened:

 

 

sewn

 

I know it looks like the same problem, but it’s not.  (Jenna, help?)

 

Signs:

I’ll post about this separately soon, but the girls and I are attempting to learn sign language.  Not fluently, but we have a goal of 350 signs.  Here is a video of Eila and I practicing our signs.  I’m pretty sure Eila’s are the ASL equivalent of gibberish, but we have fun!

 

 

And that’s our update for today.  Stay tuned!

 

love,

KKSDE

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. babaroni
    Apr 16, 2014 @ 21:40:12

    Enraptured with Eila… ❤ ❤ ❤ 😀

    Reply

  2. Jan
    Apr 17, 2014 @ 07:13:48

    ❤️ You are so precious Kate. You are very creative with the girls. Very gentle and nurturing. we are all extremely blessed to have you in our lives. Love you very much. Xxxxx. Jan

    Reply

  3. Anonymous
    Apr 17, 2014 @ 12:09:49

    Sweet post. Thanks Kate.

    Reply

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