Monday, November 17, 2008

It's good to be a family



Lately we have been able to enjoy a lot of great family time. Nothing fancy, extravagant or super exciting. Just good old family time at home. After the last several months of Curt having a horribly hectic work and school schedule, we are really grateful for the time we have had together lately. We had a wonderful weekend doing nothing but hanging out at home.

Curt and Colby building a tower to the ceiling:


Chloe trying to do her part:


Couch time with Daddy:


Our traditional Saturday morning pancakes (with a twist):


Helping Daddy bring in firewood for more fires to snuggle by:


Games of Yahtzee and marbles were played and movies were watched by the fire. The garage cleaning project got underway. And of course there was plenty of general playing, laughing and snuggling with my babies.

Even tonight Curt was able to come home from work earlier than usual.

Reading with Daddy:


Wrestling match:


Snuggle time with Mommy after an orange-colored dinner:


Poor Daisy. She was just too wound up and kept clobbering the kids. She spent the most fun part of the evening on the top step. (She was able to join us later when she calmed down.)


Then it was time for haircuts for my boys and bedtime for the kiddos. Here's hoping that you all get to enjoy time doing the simple things with your family, especially as we are approaching this busy holiday season. Have a happy family!

4 comments:

jessica Barr said...

You are too cute! :)

Thalita Dol said...

Hello Olivia!!

I missed looking at your always lovelly family pics! =)

But now I'm I'm back with my daily visits.. ;)

kisses to you and your family from sunny Rio!

NANA said...

What fun pictures!! How long did the ceiling high tower last before Colby knocked it down?
I can't wait for you all to come home for Thanksgiving.
Hugs and Kisses to All!!!
Nana

Stacy said...

It looks like you have been having a fun time just being together. Those are the best moments! I am going to enjoy the calm before the storm, too. The holidays get sooo hectic!