I have so many things in my head to blog about, that I thought I'd post a big post with a bunch of those things! Here the kiddos are eating at our Candlemas Tea inspired by Alice at Cottage Blessings See! No fancy dishes, no fancy water pitchers, (just holy water in a bottle), paper plates (keepin' it real here, we use paper plates all the time!), I read the Presentation in the bible and this mama didn't even have fake doves for a centerpiece....oh, well, Ballerina Rosie said it was the best lunch she's ever had!
I think Babycakes thought so too!
For Monday evening, I helped teach our girls' Little Crowns group and it was all about the rosary. The whole rosary. It was fun, I loved it! We prayed with the girls and they made edible decade rosaries!
We bought this piano from Melissa last week. It's beautiful and only 20 some years old. Our old piano was a 1905, very, very old, heavy, big piano. Isn't this new one pretty?
Within 5 days, Babycakes got into the diaper bag and took out my hand sanitizer.
Lost! What more can I say? So glad we have a DVR now, I thought it was a great season premiere, but am seriously hoping they don't end it at the end of the season, as if it never happened...like they are showing in half of the scenes, what about you?
I wanted to show Mary Hannah in her beautiful Zora hat made by a beautiful woman who waltzes and knits!
I have to say, I asked (begged) and she went out and bought the yarn, knit it and sent it off within a couple days! (thank you Charlotte!)
Remember the milk? Well, I decided to let nature take care of it. I left the garage door open in the daytime and since it was totally freeeeeeeezing last week, it dried up within a week. Now, in the spring, when we can run our hoses, I will hose down the floor!
One last thing, prayers for Christine please! She's due next week and says she always has her babes on weekends. Her inlaws won't be home until Thursday...so she's hoping to deliver this weekend! Poor Christine has been sleeping in her recliner for a couple weeks now and she's ready! (me too, I can't wait to see that sweet little baby)