Two daughters, sisters forever. They are like peas and carrots. Quite opposite but so similar in so many ways. This blog is dedicated to my girls and will share with you the smiles, tears and surprises of being a mom to two little girls.
Its been awhile sine my last post primarily because I've been studying for an exam. Now that its over with, I've finally have a chance to upload some pictures which I'm super proud of.
Here is Lauren at the museum over March break. I wasn't expecting her to be interested anything at all since last summer I had my bubble broken when I took her to the aquarium in Vancouver, expecting her to be interested in looking at all the colourful fishes and instead she spent the whole time sitting in her stroller and looking and fidgeting with the belts in her stroller. She barely even looked up the entire time we were there and I was so disappointed. So this time, I had no expectations. I equipped myself with plenty of snacks to "entertain" and interest Lauren. But boy were we surprised. Lauren loved the museum, especially the birds and animals and she spent most of the time walking about on her own, pointing and laughing at all her furry friends. She had an amazing time and really made my day. We've rarely seen her so excited and animated before!
Kayla and her friends Olivia and Sebastian. Its amazing how this trio, who only see each other every 8-12 weeks can just get together and pick up as if they had seen each other just a few days ago. And while they have different personalities and interests, they get along amazingly.
Steve celebrating his birthday March 23rd with family and his two girls. Always patient and accepting, he is a super dad to them, and they will always be daddy's little girls.
Me celebrating my big 35 birthday with the family. Gosh I can't believe I'm 35...
Lauren, 2.5 years old and 21 pound, 4 ounces. She eats like a champ but somehow the weight just doesn't stick. Past concerns by her dietician and pediatrician have led us to test her for everything including celiac disease and cystic fibrosis. Everything has turned up negative, thankfully,.....I guess its in the genes. Gotta love her little pot belly and those thin rail arms. Lauren is starting to really enjoy bath times. She has learned the art of pouring and can spend hours pouring water from one container into another!