Saturday, February 9, 2008

Too Quiet

Last night I am on the phone catching up catching up with a friend, when suddenly I realize it's probably been a good half hour with no screaming, laughing, crying or even questions, you know the kind that wait til you're on the phone and then follow you around. I felt like Miss Clavel from Madeline, "Something is not right." And sure enough as I round the corner to my bathroom Providence emerges.At least it's a washable surface.

On another note, yesterday for school we made snowmen out of play dough; which are so much easier then the real thing.
However I have learned how to make a real snowman, (apparently there's some technique involved, and fresh snow works best) so you needn't feel bad for Providence and the snowblobs any longer.


Osanna February 9, 2008 at 9:07 AM  

Play dough is so cool. What a great way to get some creative (and important) skills built into school! Keep up your fine work.
I loved the pictures.

Drea February 9, 2008 at 10:15 AM  

wow that is a 'snowblob!' hahaha.
we love making snowmen! to bad NC doesnt get enough snow to do that often.
I love the last photo of Providence.. its almost like shes in super deep thought :-) so cute

emily February 9, 2008 at 8:54 PM  

what a little cutie you have are a very lucky mommy...

Sarah February 10, 2008 at 4:54 PM  

Ha-ha! I know the feeling! "Somethings not right's WAY too quiet." I will sometimes yell out to Dan if I'm in the kitchen (and he's in the living romm SUPPOSED to be watching the kids), "What is Zeke getting into? Why is it so quiet in there?" And then comes the answer, "Where are the wipes?" or "Do we have any bleach?" or "How do I get this stain out of the carpet?" Grrr.....=) Yeah, I definitely know the feeling! We sure have gotten some cute pics though! So have you! =)

Ivanna February 10, 2008 at 8:41 PM  

Lis, it looks like she actually got some eye makeup on her eyes. So cute! I love it. You might think about using clay too as that will help with her fine motor skills. :)

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