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Classy

I wrote…erased…wrote again…erased some more, contemplated taking this blog down, contemplated starting an anonymous blog–I did so many things, except share the past year of my life with the rest of the interwebs.

I don’t regret it. But I would be lying if I said I didn’t miss it.

So, I’m pushing forward. Olivia is in first grade now (FIRST GRADE!) Sophia is in preschool (PRESCHOOL, PEOPLE!) We are having adventures every day, they make me laugh hysterically on a daily basis (oh you just wait) and they are just amazing (AMAZING) little people that I couldn’t be prouder or happier to raise.

The girls and I are now healthy, happy and okay. I’m sure things will leak out as I write, but I don’t want to give any base “here is what happened” post, as I feel I owe my daughters that privacy and respect.

Plus, I’m a classy lady and I am attempting to raise two classy (little) ladies. Writing anything more would be undignified.

I’m still taking photos–I’ve turned into a PTA, co-op preschool, volunteering, shuttling kids in the mini-van mom, but I wouldn’t change a thing. I love *most* of my life and the past year has knocked me down in ways I never thought imaginable, but I’ve picked myself back up and I’m starting to figure out who I am and I want I want out of life.

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: I’m a work in progress.

A photo dump might be appropriate. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

Olivia on her bike
August 5, 2011

 

Sophia’s first bike ride.
August 5, 2011

Olivia on the first day of Kindergarten!
August 15, 2011

I cried a lot this day. Olivia’s first day of Kindergarten.
August 15, 2011

 

Sophia started ballet. She then became a ballet-school drop-out after a few months. But at least she tried it!
September 2011

Olivia turned 5! We celebrated with a Lego-themed birthday party!
October 2011

We painted pumpkins. It was a nice Sunday morning activity. October 2011

 

The girls decided superheroes were the way to go last Halloween-I bought a lot of felt, but the costumes were fun to make!         October 31, 2011

 

I got a new camera in November. I spent a lot of time playing around with it.

We celebrated Hanukkah with Traci and her family.         December 2011

We had a very merry (and noisy) Christmas!
December 2011

Olivia got her second ever hair-cut and this time went ‘short’ (haha)
January 2012

Magnifying glasses became popular in our house.
February, 2012

The Museum of Natural History is one of our favorite adventure spots.
February 2012

 

I caught a bubble mid-air. It made me happy.
March 2012

Spring Break gave us lots of time for fun adventures. We went to the Science of Star Wars exhibit at the science museum and were able to ride the Millennium Falcon.
March 2012

Sophia tried her hand at playing hockey.
March 2012

I turned 31.
March 2012

We dyed Easter Eggs
April 2012

We spent Easter morning at the zoo.
April 2012

Sophia and I were lucky enough to be able to join Olivia on her first school field trip. We went to the farm and picked vegetables.
May 2012

I’ll do a summer re-cap in photos soon. I’m still editing most of them. One of the many things that took a hit in my life: the ability to quickly edit and post photos. But, it could be MUCH worse. I’m thankful for all I do have. And even if I don’t have everything I once thought I did, I have a LOT. I’m thankful, and I’ve missed you all!

 

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