Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Busy busy busy

From the amount I've been posting you would tend to think that nothing exciting has been going on in the Peavoy home, but it's just the opposite! We've been super busy and I haven't even seen the computer room, never mind the computer, since my last post about my sexy foam spraying husband! So here's a quick update with 3 million pictures!

The last time we got ice cream was about this time of year, and so we decided to make it a new tradition. This year Auntie Kelly came with us, which was a tonne of fun for all of us! Thanks for coming Kelly!!!Liam got a one scoop (which is actually two scoops... I know confusing) waffle cone with birthday cake flavor and playdough flavour.Ezra got a bowl with playdough flavour. The funny thing is, it actually tastes exactly like the name brand playdough smells. Eeeeew! (Ezra loved it.)
Mo Mo got a kids cone with playdough flavour. It was the prettiest flavour so all the boys wanted it. I used to get neopolatin every time because it had strawberry, chocolate, and vanilla, I guess it's kind of the same thing.
Kelly loved hers so much that it was gone befoe I could whip out my camera!

For those of you who still wonder if our cats get along here's a picture I caught one night when I came into my bedroom...
They were sleeping, but I woke them up with all the flashing and petting.

Last year we mailed our letters to Santa at night, this year we got there in the morning to mail some packages too. Ezra was not impressed with the amount of sunlight entering his eyeballs for the pictures.

As you may have seen in some of the other posts from the girls around here we actually got snow, and not just a tiny dusting, but a good few inches that stuck. It was mostly melted by the end of the second day, but it's been about a week, and we still have snow on the least sunny side of our house! The boys were so excited! When Liam woke up on day number two and saw that there was way more snow then the day before he was so excited, and he said "I think our house moved to Canada over night!" Then he really looked around and discovered we still had our own backyard and he said "Or maybe [our town] is just turning into Canada!"

This is day one:

Day two: (notice the difference in both our choice of clothing, and the amount of snow)
Just a taste! After Liam tasted it on his tounge he couldn't stop eating (and neither could I!)Notice the bags on Liams feet below. Our "day two" outfits consisted of: A pair of socks, then a pair of walmart bags, and then another pair of socks on top of that, with runners.... no boots in the desert, 2 pairs of pants. A t-shirts, a long sleeved t-shirt, a hoodie, and the heaviest coats we could find. Mo was missing the top coat because he doesn't have one. Liam and Ezra both wore gloves. Mo didn't, but I held him most of the time and he didn't get to cold.We went to a little Christmas market where they were selling all sorts of stuff Christmasy (and some not) and there was a clown there. She made the boys balloon animals, which they loved. Liam got a cat like Sora, Ezra got a dog like Party, and Mo got a Tiger like Tigger.

1 comment:

  1. Oh, the love of snow when you are young (ok, and older too), and from warmer climates! At least you don't have the wind chill of -40 C. BRRRRRRRR. Have fun.