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Tuesday, September 04, 2012

just a simple Sunday afternoon

Sunday morning, thanks to our new school routine, everyone was up bright and early. So early service it was. This means we were back home by 9:45 am with a day of nothing planned. It was a good day of nothing though. Lots of free, imaginative play went on. 

Lexie took off and crawled into Abby's room while I was folding laundry in our bedroom. Abby came and gathered up some toys for her and then I came in a found this. A choo-choo just for Miss Alexis. What can I say besides it kept them all entertained and giggling. 
 While fixing lunch, Alexis was interrupting the "wolf pack" game Abby and Micah had going. So Abby pulled out her favorite "trick" and showed Alexis something she might be interested in and convinced her to follow it. Both kids do this trick now if Alexis is crawling into something they don't want her to mess with. 
Abby wanted me to take a picture of her very wiggly tooth. (So wiggly it fell out the next day and the tooth fairy visited last night) 
 Micah then wanted a picture of him taken so of course I had to do it. 
 Alexis did a bit of this....
And some of this....
And we did a lot of this too....

Oh and Alexis had a moment of 'stardom' over the weekend. At the beginning of the summer I had the pleasure of attending a photography workshop with the White On Rice Couple  and they used a photo they took of Alexis on their blog over the weekend.


Hope ya'll had a good holiday weekend!
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3 comments :

Kiki said...

Your photos are looking really amazing!

Jess said...

What a fun Sunday. I love days with no plans. Your family is lovely.

I am a relocated LSU girl myself!

Traci said...

Sounds like a fabulous day! I love going to Church early & then having the whole day ahead of me.