My dad requested some photos. I hope these do not disappoint. The two are pictures of our overly packed car before we picked up a canvas car top carrier. We figured out a better way to transport our plants (I couldn’t part with some of those beauties!)
This is our one sight seeing venture during our trip. We stopped at the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, MO. We parked our car and walked over (it was Jammie Day, so the kids are all wearing jammies, in fact, it may be the day after our scary HoJo stay, which would be WHY it was Jammy Day.) They were really happy to run around.
Isn’t that pretty? Spencer couldn’t wait to climb to the top of the “Rainbow Tower”.
This is a view from the top of the tower. Can you see the big stick figure in the snow?
Spencer looking out the window at the top.
There was a museum as well
Mr and Mrs Beaver (from Narnia)
Our crazy small kitchen. It’s so small I want to cry most days that I’m making dinner, and do about every 3rd day.
Here is our living room/where the kids sleep. This was the day I really needed a nap. I laid down on the couch and gave the kids pillows and turned on some Bearenstien Bears movies. I had a nice nap.
And so did Spencer 🙂 Isn’t my flash awesome? This room was DARK, like step
on my son kind of dark.
Miss Lucy helping make lunch
The nearest playground to our new house (as well as our TLF).
Look at this smile
And here is some pasta I made the other day. It’s a recipe I got from The Pioneer Woman
. The verdict? Matt says it’s the best pasta I have ever made. Yummy! Do you love my fine china?