Morning Girl

12 Jan

Delilah is totally a morning person. She’s always up before all of us. Most of the time way before we are ready to get up. Sometimes she just wants to play. So we let her out and she runs around the house with the cat. They can stay busy for about an hour. And so far the most havoc they’ve caused is destroying toilet paper. That’s probably both of their favorite thing to do. Anyway this morning while Rory was still in bed, I had a chance to take some photos of Delilah.

This one I didn’t get in focus around the eyes, but I loved her smile and had to share.

And here are her cute pjs she was wearing.  They are some of my favorites.  They used to be big sister Rory’s.

We are on day 3 of being stuck in the house.  We got some snow and I’m not feeling like taking the girls on a car ride in it.  Schools have been canceled the last two days so we have just been playing it cool.

Yesterday the girls had a pillow fight.

We are running out of things to do…

Hope you are staying warm!

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2 Responses to “Morning Girl”

  1. Phyllis Walls January 12, 2011 at 10:18 am #

    Hi Amy, Kim was a morning person too, not bad unless you have to get out of the house to get to work.

    You do a great job of pictures, and your girls are very photogenic!! I love the computer age when, even though we are miles and miles apart, we can still know you and your family.

    The snow and bad weather can not last forever, so you’ll soon be out of the house! In the meantime, keep taking pictures and stay warm!!

  2. Auntie Judy January 12, 2011 at 3:41 pm #

    Hi Amy,
    I remember those days when you run out of ideas to entertain little ones! Here are a couple of ideas for you to try. My grandkids LOVED coming here to creat a “HAT” parade. I could always come up with silly hats, scarves, bandanas, or even folded paper hats. We would go through the house singing and making up words to “It’s a hat parade”! Another idea they asked for – a picnic in the house. Any basket will do, a towel or scarf for the tablecloth; little bites of cheese, crackers, whatever is in the kitchen and IF we were in the living room – pretend drinks. Spread the towel out on the floor, place the little plates around, etc. They had more fun with picnics! You are such a good mommy! Wish I could drop in for a picnic or hat parade! 😉

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