Sunday, April 22, 2012

Playing Dress Up

I still am surprised at how differently Landon and Kenzie are - just how ingrained the whole boy/girl thing is.  Landon was all about mud and trucks and climbing everything.

Kenzie on the other hand is my little girl.  Although she does love bugs and doesnt' mind touching worms and frogs, this girl loves to dress up.  Anytime she sees clothes laying around or shoes sitting out, she has to put them on.   I can't tell you how many times she's gotten makeup out of my drawers, or found the lip gloss and managed to put it all over her face.

Tonight, for some reason (I didn't question it) Bryan was folding laundry in the living room.  So Kenzie decided to try some different outfits.

Bryan is rolling up the sleeves on one of his shirts she wanted to wear.

Trying to walk around in Bryan's shirt.

Wearing Landon's basketball shorts.

Wearing one of mama's shirts.

And the best.....

Wearing Landon's underwear (over her clothes)

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Crawfish Boil at Mr. Danny's

Mr. Danny had a crawfish boil - perfect weather.  We woke up to a cold 55 degrees, but it quickly warmed up enough for the kids to swim in a little pool.  I had a great time visiting with some old friends we haven't talked to  in a while.  It was a great day for the boil.

Checking out the crawfish

Cutie in her swimsuit

Not so sure she wants to get in where they're splashing

Done with the pool, munching on some corn on the cob

Landon and his bestie enjoying the pool.

Kenzie relaxing with her "Capiii Sun"

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Where to live

Walking to Miss Cole's house, Landon said he wished that his neighbors were his best friend Mason on one side.  On the other side he wanted all his cousins to live there.
And also - all of our houses would be in DisneyWorld, and there would be Schlitterbahn there and SeaWorld.

I think that sounds pretty fantastic.

Monday, April 9, 2012

Chocolate Bunnies

As Bryan was taking off the platform hitch to the van, Landon got Kenzie and convinced (like that's hard) to sneak into the back of the van and eat their Easter bunnies.  The bunnies had been sitting in the car all day...melted.
Luckily Bryan found them as they were opening them in the back of the van.  I don't think Kenzie was too happy that Dad took away her "chalk-it" but thank goodness - I can't imagine trying to clean that out of the car floor!