Easter was a beautiful day. The cherry trees were blooming and stories of Jesus were told.
We used Ressurection Eggs this Easter. They were a big hit with the girls.
The girls and I enjoyed the beautiful weather while Andrew hid the eggs for the Easter Egg Hunt.
The hunt was a success.
The girls have loved reading this book. It is a popular naptime item. Reading this book helped a lot with their dentist appointment this morning.(Thanks mom, for the childhood book)
The wonderful dental assistant let them sit together for R’s teeth cleaning. This was a no tear appointment. Thanks Berenstain Bears!
Housing put on an Easter Egg hunt. Both girls had a great time.
Olaf had been enjoying a few too many rays. R was happy to help put Olaf back together again.
Snow days are really great, especially when they close the base. The snow on this snow day was wet enough to make a snowman. Andrew and I thought this would be the best. It started out great and slowly dissolved into tears. It was a very cold and windy day, which was partly to blame for the resulting saddness.
They are loving building the snowman, Olaf
R is more of a spectator, than a builder
The wind started to pick up and things were not as fun as they were when we began
They were going downhill quickly for R
Andrew accidently hit k in the side of the head with a snowball. Two crying girls and a happy dad
The finished Olaf
These girls aren’t messin’ around, they want to get inside
We made snowcream and everyone was happy
I love Valentine’s Day. So here’s a little late Valentine’s love. K didn’t want to have her picture taken, but R and Olaf did.
I am catching up on some past events. In February, we had two weeks of wonderful snow.
The other day we were headed to the park and we turned the corner and encountered this magical scene.
Sun dappled side street
almost gone. K found an interesting leaf and stopped to investigate.