The girls decorated a lot of gingerbread cookies today. They made each of the cookies with no help from me or Sharon. All we did was move them to racks so they wouldn’t get broken.
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Today was Sharon’s birthday, and she had a bit of a surprise done to her car today.
We finished the day by going to see Shrek with a bunch of friends from the neighborhood. It was a great time!
We celebrated Julia’s 4th birthday last week with a little party. We had a bunch of pizza dough, all the kids rolled out their own little pizza, decorated them, and ate their creation.
After the pizza, it was time for cake. Julia absolutely loved everyone singing “Happy Birthday” to her. Later on, it was time for presents. Guess what? Julia loved that too.
See more pictures from Julia’s party here.
We had our share of Snowmageddon here over the last few days.
On the first storm last weekend, we got more than 12″, but with the blowing snow, it’s hard to tell exactly what we got. This is what it looked like after the storm.
The second storm came in Tuesday night and Wednesday. Here are some pictures from that storm.
And the final aftermath.
It took a few hours to clean out the driveway. The snow in between the driveways is probably four feet high in most places.
We were doing a little shopping yesterday, and I found a pretzel making kit. It included all the yeast and flour needed. At the time, it seemed like something good for Julia and Kaitlyn to do with Grandma and Grandpa B.
Kaitlyn really enjoyed it, as demonstrated by this video.
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She sure knows how to take credit for her handiwork!