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Friday, 07 March 2014 12:47

Catching Up in Photos

I have fallen into a less-than-once-per-week blogging non-routine lately, and I'm not too happy with it. I don't mind that my priorities change, and that I can sometimes set aside things like blogging, and even housecleaning because other things become more important, but if I'm blogging to record my daughters' childhood for their sake, eventually, then I need to keep up with it a bit more regularly. Anyway, I still love the 'Catch the Moment' link-up, and will keep trying to make sure I take a certain number of photos weekly of our life. These are sort of a smattering of photos from the past month, but here goes.

My Mom bought Clara these two little chairs when I was babysitting for another little girl last year, and unfortunately the girls 'favourite' thing to do was fall out of them, so I kept them put away most of the time. Until now - Audrey is finally old enough to get in and out of them by herself without falling - at least most of the time. 

Sometimes I take a picture of Clara, and to me it looks nothing like her.  I feel like this impish look is a glimpse of a part of her personality that we don't usually get to see.  The messy 'Ramona-hair' is typical, though. 

This is what Audrey does when I have the camera and ask her to smile - complete with neck arch.  Unlike her big sister who didn't get her first hair cut until she was 2, I think Audrey will need one soon...

A serious moment with Great Grandpa over chocolate milk and coffee. 

We've had a really ugly winter here the past two months, with temperatures dipping below 30 degrees celsius (-22F) on a regular basis, with the windchill flirting with - and sometimes passing - minus 50 degrees (-58F) celsius. With the windchill, it actually hit minus 60 degrees celsius overnight once.  We had one comfortable winter day, and Brian ran down to Canadian Tire and picked up two $10 plastic sleds for us to use on the hill across the street from our house.  Audrey wasn't sure about the whole situation, but Clara had a lot of fun! I wish we'd been able to get out more this winter, but I keep telling myself that with Audrey walking, next year will be easier, and I'm definitely looking forward to having a summer in between! Hopefully we'll get a summer this year! 

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