I can’t wrap my head around the fact that my baby is turning 6 years old this week. It doesn’t seem so long ago that she was still in the NICU.
This one has definitely kept me on my toes. Aside from being one of the cutest f*cking kids, she is stubborn AF.
But Seriously, this face.
She wanted a My Little Pony party again this year.
We stayed up Friday night grinding out the cake, it’s all chocolate under the fondant, she doesn’t want anything but.
We spent the afternoon playing pin the horn AND tail on the unicorn, made the family play The Floor is Lava and Uno, we ate cake, opened presents and then she requested cheese pizza for dinner.
It’s been a sweet six years baby girl. I love you to the moon, around the universe and back.
How is everyone holding up? School is out so that has to be a little relief right? I was not in love with homeschooling our girls. We have been trying to keep busy with plenty of beach days, cooking and A LOT of games. Here is a glimpse at the past two months.
Last day of Kinder and 3rd grade.
Kaili helped me make Tzatziki, which we mopped up with beef kabobs and pita bread.
On the warm days we got shaved ice and wandered the beaches.
To escape the repetitious days, we headed to OC for a little break.
There were sunburns and kayaks.
Then the wind picked up and we almost lost grandma and Averi to the sea.
Luckily, a full recovery was made.
At night, the girls challenged us to some Uno and displayed their piano skills before we all fell into bed.
As long as the sun is shining or even if it’s hiding, we will be spending our days at the pool and beach this summer.
I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy.
One would think with not being able to really leave the house that blogging time would be plentiful. However, turns out that is not the case. Can’t explain it. Some days are crazy busy, some are super lazy, sometimes great food comes out of the kitchen and sometimes we eat Amy’s frozen entrees….balance.
Perfectly seared duck.
Shayne’s ninth birthday and an AMAZING cake her mama made!
Fun with the phone apps.
Delicious food, homemade and store bought.
Good books, good wine and school work.