Thursday, June 26, 2008

Our Week So Far...

The girls went to church Sunday wearing their new dresses. Thanks again, Santa Sandra! The dresses are really cute. DB came out of her class grinning from ear to ear, yelling, "Daddy! Daddy!" She's really becoming a "Daddy's Girl."On Monday, the girls went to the library for the summer reading program. DD has now read over 100 books. She's actually already earned the circus ticket that she was working (reading) to get, but I haven't told her yet! The entertainment for the night was a magic show provided by Boopsie the Clown. Can you tell that DD really enjoyed it? Boopsie actually let all of the children pet the rabbit that magically appeared...poor little thing.

The weather was really nice, so after the program we walked down to a fishing pond close to the library. I love this picture. DD had told me earlier in the day that she loved having a little sister! It looks like little sister loves her too.
DD may love DB simply because she lets her dress her up. This is the way Desheng Darling dressed Doodlebug on Tuesday.
I guess it's a good thing we didn't have plans to go anywhere. LOL
After a short shopping trip on Wednesday to the "Teacher Store," ...
the girls took their babies for a stroll in the neighborhood,
and followed up with a trip through the sprinkler .
Doodlebug's shirt appropriately says, "I Do All of My Own Stunts."
Her knee, however, thinks that maybe she should consider hiring a stunt double. LOL
Wow, this just gets us through Wednesday. I wonder what the rest of the week will bring?


Debbie and Sam said...

Can those smiles get any bigger!!!

Mommy Spice said...

We have joined our local library reading club as well. S.G. is at 20 books now. We are really excited about their program. We went to a puppet show this week. Then we drove to Nana's house where S.G. experienced her first stomach virus! Ugh! It wasn't too bad, and she's feeling much better now. She is however milking it for as long as she can. LOL!!

Anonymous said...

I love the pictures. I have such a hard time deciding which are my favorites, so I save them all. Keep on reading, DD! Books can take you anywhere you want to go. Love, Aunt Muhl