We have to bundle up everywhere we go. Good thing Hayden looks so cute in her kitty cat beanie.
Cam still has her rockin' fashions, the cold weather just allows for more layers of awesomeness. Here she is at the park, jumping on a mini trampoline.
Jason loves his new bed and if you come to visit us he'll happily let you stay in his room. Watch out for legos under foot :)
The kids and their pals hanging out in Jason's wardrobe. They were all nervous about this picture though because their Sunday school teacher had just told them the story about how he once hid in his wardrobe and the whole thing fell forward and trapped him inside. I like a good cautionary tale.
This is a part of our kitchen. I snapped this because I knew you'd all like to see the washing machine there next to the wine rack and dishwasher. The oven is narrow, just about the same size as the dishwasher. After a few weeks here I'm starting to get used to washing laundry in the kitchen, it's not so weird considering all the time I spend in this room. And the more I think about it, it's not nearly as strange as washing your clothes in the garage. We don't have a dryer so we hang our clothes to dry on the radiators and they dry pretty quickly.
And here's a shot of me and Cam. Look Jill, I'm wearing the shirt I bought when we went shopping, only I have like 13 layers underneath it. And Cam can't stop wearing sundresses and going barefoot, she's a warm-blooded kid so she doesn't freeze inside like I do. I'm cold-blooded (muhahahahahhaha!!!!!).
Ok, that's all for now. I'll get to work on pics of the building and neighborhood. This is a pretty cool place to live with lots of history. We're having a great time getting to know all about our new home.