Thursday, August 24, 2006

How about getting a tattoo instead?

Isabella wants a cell phone! What is wrong with world? I finally agreed to let her use an old phone we had to "pretend" with. She carries it around pretending to chat with friends and text message. She is only 6. I think I can blame it all on Disney. Shows like "Lizzie Maguire", "Hannah Montanna", and my personal favorite, "That's so Raven" are raising up a generation of divas. Watch out for the attack of the "tweens".

The Haircut

So I finally let Seth cut Carson's hair. I don't know what it is with me and his hair. I love it long, he looks like a little surfer. BUT when Seth started calling him Florence Henderson I knew it was time. Usually I go through feelings of regret when we cut his hair but after his haircut he kept saying things like, "I don't look like a girl!" and "I can see!". He is such a little stud.

Our Little Princess Sophia

Sophia loves her crown. She wears it all the time. She loves for us to look at her and say, "You are such a pretty princess!" It is hilarious. She also loves her little cow she got from Grandma, that is always with her.

Monday, August 14, 2006

Star Sighting

So, I'm watching Playhouse Disney with the kids and see my friend Alisa on television! Psych. Its not her, but I was so convinced that I had to look it up and make sure it wasn't her. The address below will take you to the disney website.

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

New pictures of Sophie and Carson

Just had these pictures taken.....Isabella's will be done as soon as school starts...My kids are so cute.

Monday, August 07, 2006

Some may think my life is boring

Some may think my life is boring. Besides moonlighting at Pottery Barn a few times a week, I am a stay-at-home mom. My days are filled with snacks, crafting, diapers, naps (not for me, I wish), the park, the pool, the library, yadda, yadda, yadda.....but the other day as I was sitting by my son Carson (4) building sandcastles at the beach I realized that I live the good life. Seriously, what working person out there wouldn't want to trade my days of rewarding activities with kids for their long stressful days at the paper shuffling factory? True, I might have to deal with a tantrum now and then but I get to eat lunch at Costco and take as long as I want. There is no 1 hour lunch break for me. The whole day can be a lunch break if I choose. I am not trying to downplay to role of motherhood by any means but my life is great.