Our homeschool group had our St. Valentine's Day party. It was a bit hard because with Lent, my children could not eat candy. But as most other children had given up candy, it was easier. We also waited to open the bag with all the cards and goodies until tonight when we returned home from ballet. The party was a lot of fun with limbo, cha-cha slide, and a hula hoop contest. The boys learned to offer up their hunger a bit more as we've instituted a "ladies first" rule for the food line.
Honey lost her other front tooth at ballet this evening. She looks precious.
Gramma's visit went well even though it was too short. We will see her again in May/June when we embark on another road trip to Massachusetts via Williamsburg, VA.
We went to the American Girl store on Monday. I loved watching the girls' eyes light up when they walked into the store. It is girl heaven in there.
Brother was very, very good considering he was forced to be at the American Girl store for so many hours. Gramma took him to the LEGO store that opened up this past summer. It wasn't as big as we thought it would be, but it was jam packed with many, many LEGO sets. He's been quite busy putting together his new set.
We had lunch at the AG store. The meals are all one price except for the Bitty Meal for the 4 and under crowd which Pumpkin is. Each meal contains a starter and main course. The girls were tickled that their dolls could eat with them. Pumpkin brought Emily, her Bitty Baby while Sister and Honey brought Kit and Elizabeth respectively.
I'm rereading the Percy Jackson series and continuing to wonder why they ruined a perfectly good story. Word of caution to those who want to read and then watch the movie, do it the other way around. First and last (I hope) time I suggest that.
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