Brinlee lost another tooth, but I wasn’t risking life and limb to go retrieve it and leave money. So I left her a note.
And this is what she decided to do. She cleared a path. Not exactly what I had in mind, Brinlee. Does the toothfairy get workman’s comp if she breaks a leg on the job?
This was our year to go to Bear Lake for President’s Day weekend. We didn’t take a high chair, and Georgia was just starting on solids, so Adam was her high chair. He’s such a pro.
The cousins did a Valentine exchange.
Isn’t that beautiful? The scenery is stunning year round.
There wasn’t much snow this year, which is unusual.
The kids went out some and walked on the ice at the very edge of the lake (with adults present).
Most of them fell through at some point, but the water was only knee deep on them. Cold, but not deep enough to get hurt.
Daddy brushing Daisy’s hair after a shower.
Sawyer and Parker playing with a Hotwheels race track.
For some reason the young kids want to play Risk all the time.
They seem to know what they are doing.
Playing upstairs in the kid room. It’s not really a loft because it’s not open to the level below.
It is just one huge, gigantic room that covers the entire third floor.
It’s so great that we can take advantage of Bear Lake year round now. We get a winter holiday every year.
We had a little birthday party for the March and February birthdays.
Daddy and Daisy took a little nap.