First off, Thank you Dr. King for your contributions to humanity!
Friday started our fun-filled weekend. It was a weekend custom made for my sport-loving family: back-to-back soccer, basketball & futsol games! Friday night through Sunday night! Also, some great football watching on Sunday as well! But as much as I enjoyed the athletic part of the weekend I also enjoyed getting haircuts with Seda, shopping for kid’s outfits for the studio visit on Monday, topped off by a visit to the Dallas Zoo yesterday!
Friday afternoon: First haircut of 2014:
Then off to a sunset-soccer game:
Saturday morning basketball:
Sunday shopping with only the girls:
And, since when does Restoration Hardware look like this? Wow! I think I need to get out more often :-).
Monday morning photo studio: Kids are ready to get their pictures taken.
Well, not everyone is ready or HAPPY!
And this one is always ready for the camera even if the camera man isn’t …
Right after the studio a quick visit to Whole Foods Market to get re-energized. See, how happy the baby is now? 🙂
And then off south to the Dallas Zoo!
The colors were gorgeous on this perfect holiday with temps in the upper 60’s and a clear blue sky!
Stella loved her first visit to the zoo. The bigger the animals the better. Those giraffes were so cool! She kept calling them: doooogs … We’ll have to come back more often so she can get that straightened out. With $5 entrance until the end of February that should be doable!
The giraffes were very friendly. We didn’t pay an extra $5 to feed them but they were happy to just reach for whatever else we had in our hands and came really really close anyway.
All in all, we had a great weekend! So today, Tuesday, feels like a Monday to me with the kids off to school, and the baby napping already. The house is extremely quite and my PC decided to work for now …. Thanks Windows.
Late last night, I’ve done some advance-cleaning in order to have more sewing / creative time at day light this morning. These days I am into turning simple tees into dresses & tunics for my girls. I was so pleased with the way these dresses turned out I started ‘shopping’ my stash for for fabric options for the next project.
The options are endless. The next dress is going to have a circle skirt instead of the above bubble skirt.
I (heart) sewing! 🙂