Thursday, May 4, 2017

March Miscellaneous

After this post I'll officially be caught up with March. (Now I just need to post everything we did in April, lol.) These are all the pictures that didn't fit into our other March posts.

We got this whopper of a strawberry in one of our strawberry packs in March:


Ellie with her hair in tiny, adorable pigtails her daddy put in: 

Jason washing the dishes and the baby at the same time:

And Jason and Zelda melting my heart:

Ellie and Zelda playing with the new marble set their Grandpa sent them:

I forgot to add this next picture to the Pi Day post - Ellie wanted math worksheets on "Math Day," and even went so far as to make her own. She did this by herself, showed me, and then filled in the answers.

SueSue being adorable in a shopping cart:

Playdough time!

Ellie made this guy:

These next couple pictures are from a trip to Target. For a long time with Ellie, if she sees something she wants in a store but I wont' buy it for her, she takes a picture of it and is satisfied with the picture. Zelda has started to do the same thing. 

She's got style. :D

Our backyard started producing all sorts of pretty wildflowers in March. We stopped mowing for a couple weeks so that we could keep picking them. Eventually, we mowed the lawn in the middle but left it long all around the edges as a sort of natural flower garden.

My instagram caption for this next picture on the day that I took it: "Picnic dinner after playing in the dirt. (Well, attempted. This lasted about two minutes before the girls started putting dirt in each other's macaroni. We are now eating dinner inside.)"

I found this pretty little lizard while waiting for Ellie and Zelda to be finished with their preschool class they go to once a week; she (the lizard) is a female brown anole. 

Here's a couple videos that I'd like to share; the first one is actually from the end of February but it's cute and I know the grandparents would like it. 


And finally, Jason took this really cool picture of the sunset, and of one cloud blocking the sun's illumination of another.

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