Saturday, 9 April 2011

March Was CRAZY Busy Part 5, the final montage

 Even more happened in February and March. More than I caught on film or recorded. It was just amazingly busy. The kids also got the flu, the variety that is super high fever that lasts for 5-7 days. Their fevers were middling though, only 99-101. Totally manageable, thank God.

Anyway, here's a few of the moments from March......
Baby IE, we have yet to come up with a clever blog name for Aunt Bee's precious bundle.

Not sure she gets the whole "cousin" thing. She was pretty confused about there being two "Baby Zaps". (she thought both were her baby brother.....) It was weird actually. The babies DO look a lot alike. Actually Baby IE looks JUST like Lil'Bug when she was a wee babe.

Aunt Bee was tired. Baby IE spent her first few days in the NICU.

Soooooooo CUTE.

Baby Zap at church. His arms are so FAST or my camera was on the wrong setting. I vote for fast baby arms. It's cooler.

Tea party princesses. In Blueberry Girl's hands is Little Baby. Little Baby was lost in Chariton for about 3 days. A search party found her and returned her before we had to put up missing signs. Yes, we were almost to that point of desperation. Little Baby is very loved.

Zap. Chilling. He sits here while I work in the kitchen and he TALKS or baby chatters to me/at me the whole time. 

Lil'Bug's new favourite dress. It has super deep practical pockets.

Family work day. We went out to check on piglets.

Even the cat came with us.

1 comment:

  1. Love the term "family work day"!! Such good shared times on country property.
    I also loved the picture of your fella in shorts!! Hopeful for us out here in the Pacific NW. We had light snow several days last week.
    Thanks for sharing.


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