The ideal way to be putting photos on our site would be to post them as we take them. I haven’t quite got organized enough for that yet! So, here’s a bunch from the past few weeks.
This was New Year’s Day . . . we went to a National Trust site for a walk. It was cooooo-ld! Yes, those are feet in the tree above Aliyah and Joel. Guess whose?
Yup, you’re right. It’s Hannah, the family tree climber. Which parent did she get the climbing genes from, anyway?
After our walk, which was quite short, because we were all freezing, we went to the restaurant for some nourishment. We captured Joel imitating his sisters, who sometimes hold their noses when they drink vegetable juice. It was only water in the cup, so we’re not sure what inspired the nose-holding . . . or the napkin on the head!
Peter and the girls designed and constructed some beds for the girls’ playmobil. They even stained them and made mattresses.
Yes, it has been a cold winter. Mariah is practicing for when she is a missionary to Siberia! (just kidding)
Swimming in the living room (see post on January 30th – click here)
Ready to dive into all that water!
The water theme continued that night . . . Daddy started squirting Joel in his highchair. Hardly a fair water fight!
So, I guess the whole tropical paradise thing was all in our heads. This is real winter!!! We got at least a foot of snow – very unusual for our part of the country. This is the view out our bedroom window.
Oh, the joy of the white, cold stuff!
Let it snow, let it snow . . . Peter was doing front flips into it when it was fresh.
The girls are eating snow-cream, mint flavored by request.
The girls love to dress up together. These are dresses that Hannah and Aliyah wore as flower girls 3 years ago.
Look whose sporting a new haircut.
He looks more like Daddy than ever now.
With the snow now gone, we finally got to take Aliyah to the Science Museum in London for her special birthday outing. Here she is standing on an arch bridge she built herself.
Hope you enjoyed the photos. I’ll try not to save up so many next time before I post them. Thank you for praying for our family as we aim to grow in our love for the Lord together.