Monday, March 29, 2010

Proving Grita and Hooty wrong

When Campbell goes to Grita's there are very few rules...
At home for instance, we brush our hair- every day whether it needs it or not.
At home, we take a bath- every day whether we need it or not.
At home, we put clothes on- every day and not just a t-shirt and "pAnneees"
You get the general idea. 
That is not to say that we do not have fun at home, we do. And lots of it- we just do it with clothes on and brushed hair- most times even with a bow in tact.

Over the weekend, my assistant and I tackled lots of projects:  potted some plants and pulled some weeds (she opted for gloves while performing these tasks), helped Daddy clean the pool (she INSISTED on wearing last summer's Crocs even though they are way too small), and we did some painting.
"This is how we paint at Grita's house!" says the Diva.
So it is.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Delinquent again... I know, I've heard.

I'd like to say it is because I have been busy with home improvements.  The truth is, my evenings have recently been occupied with P90X.  If you don't know what that is consider yourself lucky- if you do, you must be a total badass!  Alan and I are not quite to the "badass" designation but at least we are on the journey.  Let's just say that we have been sore basically every day for the past two weeks.  I am so glad that we are doing it together!  It's been a long time since we've had a mutual fitness goal.

As for the kiddos, they are getting cuter by the day.  The Diva, who likes to remind me from time to time, "I am a pwinnnn-cess!" has moved up to the 3 year old classroom and is doing very well.  The change was a welcomed one for both of us.  She is quite the little girl!  It is so fun to play pretend, now.  She can really spin a yarn... must get that from her Pawpaw.

As for the little prince, sweet potatoes and bananas are his new best friends! 
He still just lights up when he sees Campbell. And, of course, she adores him.  I do hope it stays that way.  Oh, come on... a Mom has to have dreams!

Love & Peace out!
Campbell and Stratton's Mom