Painting with Daddy
Watching and Listening, but VERY excited to paint!
Luke playing hockey in basement after breakfast (yes, he's in his pajamas and hockey gear)
Aiden at his desk
Just when we thought it was spring, we got another big snow storm. I have learned a lot about snow since living in Minnesota. There are a lot of different types of snow and spring snows are definitely my least favorite. Spring snow is messy, slushy, wet, and heavy. It is warmer in the spring so the snow is not light and fluffy like it is in January. The wet and heavy snow makes running outdoors and driving pretty difficult. Due to our cold week, we spent more time working on indoor projects. We played lots of hockey and rode our bikes in the basement and we started painting. We are working on a new room for Luke and Liam as they transition from cribs to "big boy beds." They are more than excited about the idea of beds, but we will see how it goes once the cribs are gone. They are getting bunk beds which are scheduled to arrive any day so we worked on painting their room over the weekend. After moving several many times, John and I have lots of experience with painting rooms; however, this was by far our most challenging paint project. Why? Three reasons...Luke, Liam, and Aiden. We had lots of little helpers who made the project a little more interesting and challenging. Stay tuned for pictures of the new room.