12/07/11 by pyjammy
12/07/11, a photo by pyjammy on Flickr.

Linus informed me that those yellow flowers are buttercups. Where does he get this stuff?


12/05/11 by pyjammy
12/05/11, a photo by pyjammy on Flickr.

The boys had absolutely NO problem making the transition from birthday mode to Christmas mode. As if it isn’t obvious. They helped set up the tree Sunday and loved wearing their new Christmas jammies and the hats I bought them last year (that they wouldn’t touch back then.) Christmas is going to be so fun this year!


12/02/11 by pyjammy
12/02/11, a photo by pyjammy on Flickr.

Robot cake pops I made for the boys’ birthday party. I’m not patient enough for them to be perfect, but at least they were cute.


11/30/11 by pyjammy
11/30/11, a photo by pyjammy on Flickr.

I had the boys color these robot shapes to help decorate for their party on Saturday. Milesy did such a good job! Not just on the robot, but on the table, which (temporarily, thankfully) was covered in green crayon afterwards.


11/28/11 by pyjammy
11/28/11, a photo by pyjammy on Flickr.

I didn’t take many pictures today…it’s hard to find inspiration sometimes. So you’ll have to settle for this picture of Miles (who is obsessed with that sweatshirt from my sister) and the Mr Potato Head that he put together at the gym daycare. (How I love our gym’s daycare! Except they never want to leave, so that can be tricky.)


11/27/11 by pyjammy
11/27/11, a photo by pyjammy on Flickr.

This picture cracks me up. I was taking maternity and family photos for my friend Mary Catherine and her sister (they’re due about the same time) and when Mary Catherine expressed her concern that she might not look pregnant in this dark shirt, I snapped this to assure her that yes, she does in fact look like she’s about to give birth.

(Excitingly, her c-section is scheduled for MY BIRTHDAY! Best present ever!)


11/26/11 by pyjammy
11/26/11, a photo by pyjammy on Flickr.

Linus chillaxes at the mall with a cookie. We had to get out of the house yesterday, and thankfully, the mall by our house wasn’t too crowded, surprisingly.