Wednesday, March 5, 2008

March Madness

Wasn't it just a few posts ago that we were playing in the snow? Well, we aren't complaining, because we are loving this sudden spurt of nice weather. What does that silly groundhog know, anyway? It sure feels like spring to us.



(Shhh...just don't tell the boys that the weather reports say it will be winter again in a few days.)


5 comments:

Kelly said...

Looks like fun! I can't wait for the warm weather again! Do you remember how awesome the weather was after leaving the hospital after the boys were born? We went into the hospital to deliver, it was cold and dreary. When we came out days later, all the flowers had bloomed and it was so sunshiny! It was beautiful! Anyway... just had to share that memory...

Can't get over how grown up your boys are looking! Especially Connor! Wow! Is he going on two or twelve?? ;)

Kristin said...

Kelly~ That is so true about the weather when our boys were born. It WAS gorgeous when we came home. Refresh my memory; you stayed two nights, right? I remember thinking it was so cool that Ralph brought you your shows to watch on a laptop. (I guess that was almost necessary since your poor TV only had two settings: off and super loud!) Believe it or not, I had Cameron in April and it actually snowed a few inches that day!

Ha! I know; Connor does look older in these shots. But trust me, his demeanor is still that of a typical two-year-old! :)

Gemma said...

Great photos of my little munchkins! Whenever I get lonesome for them, I go to your blog and look at all the pictures all over again! Kelly's right---Connor does really look like a "big boy" in these!

MCK Mama said...

Can WE come over and play? It hasn't even been mild enough to go outside here in Minnesota without parkas since November!!! Arrgh!! Looks like P and P had fun! I won't tell them there's a bit more of winter left if you won't:)

Kristin said...

MCK Mama~ a feel kinda like a celebrity just commented on my blog. Thanks! And you can come for a playdate any time you want. That might be a wee bit costly, though, and I can't guarantee that you'd make it home by dinnertime. But we have an ample guest room with its own bathroom, and we have a walk-in closet, so Maisie would feel right at home! :)