Elizabeth's drawing of a tornado.
I bought each of the older three latch hook rug pillow kits. I am amazed how much they have been working on them. Cecilia is nearly a quarter done. Felicity works on which color suits her but has made great progress as well. Elizabeth has had trouble, but I help her.
Teresa is so cute when she isn't squeezing my crucifix, St. Catherine of Siena medal and St. Michael the Archangel medal into my disk drive. I'm still wondering where my Miraculous Medal went.
We got out our winter accessories and Elizabeth thought she could wear daddy's old Cowboys hat. (No, he is not a Cowboys fan anymore.)
But a Cowboy hat is not worn properly without Minnie Mouse earmuffs and an American flag scarf (which I purchased at Ground Zero 2 months after 9/11).
They have all been outside a lot lately from playing with ladybugs to riding bikes to riding the "motorcycle." Even Teresa takes off on the tricycle and has no trouble riding this baby.
Okay, I'm out of captions. Elizabeth just asks me to take her picture whenever she thinks she looks cute. Good thing she doesn't realize how cute she is most of the time or this would be a really long post. :)
Teresa as Batgirl (courtesy of McDonalds) and Cecilia who can never resist photobombing.
Every week the girls ask to have a sleepover, as in they bunk together. I couldn't get over how much like twins Felicity and Elizabeth looked here though. They are 19 months apart but you'd never know it to look at them.
Cecilia drew this pumpkin and hung it on the wall. I love this pumpkin so much, I may just frame it. I can be exhausted, busy, or steaming mad but every time I walk by it, I cannot help but laugh at that goofy pumpkin face.
Princess Brigid. Teresa put the princess veil on her and she crawled around with it on. When She stood up next to the chairs, I couldn't help but snag a shot. So, so beautiful.