Eloise is in white.
Getting some help with her jumping (she's already gotten much better!)...
They learned the YMCA (or Y-C-M-A, depending on whose version you're singing...)!
The day before we left for Texas last month, I took the "big girls" for haircuts. Evie decided to cut off 10 inches of her hair and donate it to Locks of Love. I had donated my hair a few months ago, and I think she really loved the idea. So, we went from this:to this:
Cute picture, huh? It was "drawn" in one of those photo booth things!
I was nervous about it being so short, but I think it's adorable. It really suits her, and she loves it!We don't do Halloween in our family; neither Mr. B nor I grew up celebrating it, so it feels pretty normal to us to just ignore the holiday. Our friends from across the street are not Halloween people, either; they've always gone to Chuck E. Cheese that night. We've been joining them in their tradition for the last several years, and I can tell you that Chuck E. Cheese is very quiet on October 31st when most of the rest of the world is out trick-or-treating! Here are a few photos:
The whole gang: some of those "kids" are not very little anymore, but they still love their annual Chuck E. Cheese visit!
Crammed in the climbing tubes!
Taking a spin with Chuck E.
So, nothing terribly thrilling in this post, but consider yourself a little more "caught up" on our ever-exciting lives. Doesn't it feel good?