Thursday, October 22, 2015
This makes #6 for Alexis...... She actually lost this tooth in a weird freak accident that I still can't fully explain. From what I understand Alexis was laying on the floor covered with a blanket....you know those fleece blankets that are tied together. Well I guess she was chewing on one of the ties. Addison happened to walk by and step on the blanket, thus pulling it and ripping her tooth out. Luckily it was a baby tooth that was slightly loose already. So #6 for Alexis came out on the evening of Sunday October, 18th, 2015.
Wednesday, October 21, 2015
Tuesday, October 20, 2015
On Sunday, October 11th we made our annual trip to Russell Farms. We couldn't have asked for a more gorgeous day. I'll let the photos do the explaining.....
Wednesday, October 14, 2015
I'm On Saturday, October 10th the girls started a new indoor soccer league for the winter. They both thought it was super cool that now they get to play inside.
Terry actually pointed out that their new jersey numbers 1 & 3 put together makes 13.....they were born on the 13th. Alexis has jersey #1. She scored 1 goal on Saturday. Addison has jersey #3. She scored 3 goals on Saturday.
After soccer we went out to brunch. It was such a gorgeous day that we decided to go to the park. The girls did a little soccer practice on their own and then we hit up the playground for about an hour.
Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Monday, October 12, 2015
Tuesday, October 6, 2015
Monday, October 5, 2015
Saturday, October 3, 2015
Friday, October 2, 2015
I'm Alexis has been fighting this bug now for close to a month that she just couldn't shake. Last Sunday her temperature skyrocketed and she sounded like a sea lion when she would cough. I couldn't bare to watch her be in pain anymore. We made a quick trip to the hospital, got a steroid shot, breathing treatment and some antibiotics and we were on our way. Slowly but surely I think she is on the mend. There is definitely a nasty bug going around. Fingers crossed no one else gets it.
You can slowly see her perk up in the progression of these photos. Amazing what those steroids do for those preemie lungs.
Alexis kept asking me what all the signs in the room said. I made her at least attempt to sound them out and read them on her own. She saw this one and declared it to be "mumbo jumbo".