We weathered torrential downpours, high winds and several instances of inside-out umbrellas, but we made it to the American Girl Doll store and had a BLAST. Uncle Bil arranged a whole day for Georgia where we got manis and pedis and then headed to the store. Georgia got her doll's (Charlotte's) hair styled, a portrait with her doll and dinner in the American Girl Cafe. That place is SO insane. It's the best 6-10 year old girl marketing EVER. Pink, bows, clothes for THREE STORIES. It was like Georgia had died and gone to "almost" 6 year old girl heaven. She was such a good girl, so patient and sweet. I'm very proud of what an amazing kid she's been lately.
Sunday, March 14, 2010
Saturday, March 6, 2010
We all knew that Georgia was a girly girl, but this morning as I look at my gorgeous baby with hot rollers in her hair (she wanted to look good for Daddy today) and my pearls around her neck, I realized that I am going to be in a lot of trouble with this one. She's already gone from little girl to KID. And she's not even 6. Did I mention that her favorite show is American's Next Top Model? She loves to say, "You wanna be on top?" while giving me her best runway strut. She loves her some Miss Jay.
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
We've been living in a non-functional kitchen for two months, depending on a toaster oven, microwave and take-out. But tomorrow when the plumber comes, it will be finished and fully functional!! I have some pies to make as thank yous for the neighbors and their snow-blowing of my driveway.