We spent yesterday at the park with Sarah, Maya and Charlotte. We always know when it's time to call it quits because the girls, meaning Maya and Isabella, start arguing and yelling at each other and then have multiple, rather dramatic, break downs. Until that point though, they are best friends. Oh, and Isabella insisted that I put six pony-tails in her hair.
Some pictures Sarah took while I rushed the girlies to the bathroom...
Later that night we decided to test the limit of Maya and Isabella's friendship even more and took them to the library playroom and then to get ice-cream...
Isabella and Maya marched into the ice-cream shop and before we knew it, they were ordering their own ice-cream. Now that's what I call being on the road to becoming strong, independent young women! That's what I like to see!
Maya's outfit enjoyed the ice-cream too.
On Monday, Isabella and I made blueberry-raspberry muffins and I had to take a picture of them because I never bake and was quite proud of how well they turned out. The berries were from my in-law's garden.
Do you like my awesome back splash? It's the latest trend...industrial-modern...I just made that up.
Today Stella went to the groomer, which was much needed. Unfortunately she layered my front seat in dog hair. She was quite excited about getting to go on a car ride and Isabella was quite excited for Stella to get bows in her hair. We had to ask the groomer to put bows in her hair because she didn't have them when we picked her up. A special surprise for today was that I got to see my friend Karen who moved to Michigan a few months ago. We met Karen and her sister Mary Ann and little Grace who is also three years old to play at the park. Unfortunately, we left with a bang after Isabella fell onto a picnic table bench and proceeded to throw up all over both of us. She's fine now, but it was quite scary. We rushed home to wash off the throw up and then rushed out to pick up Stella from the groomer.
Do you see my pretty red bow? Isabella picked it out for me.