OK, so I'm still not posting as much as I'd like. In order to post about Sophie's precious ballet recital that we attended Thursday, I need to post a few pictures from Easter and our trip to Stone Mountain. My real intention in starting this blog was to capture some of the memories of our day to day lives that would prove to be an invaluable way for our children (and us) to eventually look back on their childhood. Since the idea of writing things in a baby book pretty much dissipated after Jack was born, and my photo albums are only up-to-date to the end of Jack's first year, the blog is really our only way to get a quick overview of the ins and outs of our daily (or in my case, monthly) adventures.
So, without further ado, here are some pictures from Easter and our first trip to Stone Mountain.
Here's Sophie with the sugar cookie masterpieces we created. She and Mommy had some fun girl time baking and decorating.
We love to dye easter eggs every year, and almost every year without fail, we realize we have no vinegar to put the paaz colors in. Thanks to the Dekels, we now have a several gallon jug from Costco, so we'll be in the egg dying business for many years to come.
Jack discovers his easter basket and Mommy realizes that it was not smart to put all those jelly beans in the big egg. He couldn't get enough and as I started to collect them, he rapidly shoved as many as possible into his mouth.
Sophie and her cousin Will at the top of Stone Mountain and later on the train ride.
Uncle Matt and Eric geting ready to hike down the the mountain with the boys.
The 4 cousin on the train.