Tuesday, May 25, 2010

New Photos

Nathan and some of his Easter loot.
Easter morning. Sarah with her pooping Easter bunny. If you'll notice behind her the "Easter Bunny" is a little out of control, that doesn't even include all the eggs. Talk about a sugar overload.
Sarah and her cousing Patrick on Easter Sunday.
Nathan always carries this duster around. I only hope he's this cooperative when he's actually old enough to do the dusting.
Sarah's fav birthday gift is Aunt Jen, she's come for the past 2 or so years for her b-day. It's a fun tradition, I hope you keep it up Jen :-). Sarah is sporting her "Fancy Dancy" (as she says it) dress and headband from Grandma Ward. Jen's reading one of our childhood favorites "The Pokey Little Puppy". You'll notice from the following photos Sarah's birthday went on for a week or so.

Sarah got an American girl doll Bitty baby from Aunt Kathy. She loves this doll, she named her Daisy. I can't wait to take Sarah and Daisy to the "big city" aka Chicago to the American Girl Doll store to do some shopping.
Testing our her new Rainbow Bright big girl bike.
The morning of Sarah's actual birthday I made her coffee cake for breakfast. We were in a hurry to celebrate before Kevin went to work and Sarah to preschool. I stuck the candles in right after pulling the coffee cake from the oven...big mistake...melted candle wax in breakfast...so we just ate around it.
JoJo and Jamie visiting Sarah for her 4th b-day. We spent the day at Kohl Children's Museum...hence the painted face.

This was her 3rd birthday cake, so I just bought it, which was a mistake cause it was nasty. Oh well, she just eats the frosting anyway.
Sarah had a birthday/pinata party for her 4th birthday. The pinata was a big rainbow, she picked it out herself.

Sarah showing off her loot from her birthday/pinata party.
Ummm....does this really need an explanation....she found my lipstick....what a beauty!!!
Sarah is ready for "Purple" day at school.

Kevin and Sarah won 1st place at the family Pinewood Derby. The Derby started at 5:00 p.m. at 5:30 p.m. Kevin was hammering on the wheels (with a screwdriver). Sarah colored and and added foam stickers on the way to the church. Notice the sleek aerodynamic design and its custom paint job. Needless to say Kevin was in heaven and many dad's who spent hours designing their cars were baffled.


  1. I miss the days of having a themes for school. I think I am going to start that up at work. Today is crazy shirt day

  2. So was that her birthday or Christmas??? Holy smokes! I also can't wait to take London to the AMerican girl doll store in Chicago or NYC. Hopefully on her 8th birthday!