Before we move into 2011 I figured I had better do a recap of 2010 just for a little balance since I have been MIA in blogland for a little bit. After our computer crashed in Jan.of 2008 and took 10,000 (literally) pictures with it I just couldn't get back into it. Even after we had someone work on the computer for a LARGE amount of money and who claimed to get them all back, but seeing as I have glanced (still after 3 yrs. I can't go through them all) through them...I know he didn't get them all back. So post partum and losing all of those memories def. stole my joy for awhile!
But I don't want to miss another moment or memory so here's to my 2011 New Year's Resolution!
This isn't quite 2010 but consider it our Christmas picture of 2009
with everyone in the Christmas Eve pjs!
We rang in the New Year with G-Force, games, and goodies.....
and LOTS of kisses!
LOVE her poochy lip at 2!
Couldn't miss our annual Sesame Street Live!
Aidan w/ Elmo
Aidan w/ Elmo
Lilybelle w/ Elmo
Ky w/ Elmo
Elmo & Friends!
Daddy spent his Valentine's with his favorite Valentine!
Trust me NOTHING has changed but a number!
Daddy's Birthday Dinner
Aidan turned 7 this year!
We celebrated his day with family at the Natural History Museum
(where else would a "scientist" wanna spend his day)
She is so DRAMATIC!
For Aidan's friend party we had a Crystal/ Rock party at Solid "ROCK" Gymnastics
(and for the record, google doesn't come in handy when doing a search for a Crystal/ Rock party...unless your a junkie)
Invites were front and back with "Pop Rocks" inside
Cupcakes complete with chocolate rocks
This was a low key party since it was not at home but
there were still a couple things that we couldn't leave out
Tons of Balloons
Aidan wanted a cookie cake for his cake that he didn't have to share
(those are "crystals" that were decorated on the cookie....Cookie Company gets an A for effort)
I sewed drawstring bags with homemade geodes (made of coffee grounds) inside with each child's initial sewn on the outside tied together with a magnifying glass
Tied to the geodes
Of course Homer attended
It was a tiring blast!