Camping for Easter (and March)…

March was full of wonderful things!

River tried out for the school play, Beauty and the Beast Jr. She was one of the younger ones trying out. When we signed in and they called her in to try out she didn’t skip a beat. She wasn’t nervous, she just went right ahead. The lady commented “Is she really in 3rd grade? That’s amazing, she is so brave!” I was very proud. IMG_1676 Thomas’ style includes the animal print pants Grandma Wendy madeIMG_1680 PicnicsIMG_1686 Feeding the ducksIMG_1697 Rearranging the people in the house: 

We moved the girls into one room and the boys into another (Molly and Thomas were together before and River and Wesley were in another room). We moved Jeannie downstairs into a smaller room and utilized the two bigger rooms for the kids. River also got Jeannie’s loft bed which utilized the space further.IMG_1698 IMG_1699 IMG_1700 IMG_1701 IMG_1703 IMG_1704 IMG_1708 Dr. Seuss’s birthday: green eggs with pom pom trees and one fish, two fish.IMG_1718 IMG_1724 IMG_1723Mixed media artwork
IMG_1741 IMG_1742 IMG_1774 Making sugar cube (Frozen) castles at our friend’s houseIMG_1831 IMG_1833 IMG_1836 IMG_1839 IMG_1843 IMG_1863 We got a new washer and dryerIMG_1878 We went camping for Easter weekendIMG_1886 IMG_1887 IMG_1892 We made chocolate peanut butter eggs while campingIMG_1894 We dyed easter eggs while we were campingIMG_1898 IMG_1904 IMG_1906

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Mya came with

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The pepper is screaming…

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Easter baskets

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About stacey

I am the Mom of two young, rambunctious girls, a curious little boy, and a wee little man who is bursting with joy for life. I just wanted to do something for myself that allowed me to harness the magical moments of being a Mom. (A job that sometimes feels thankless, misunderstood, and considered easy by those that haven't done it.) I wanted to be more positive by looking more closely at the good things that happen every day via photos and my thoughts.
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