Some snapshots from our time at the Polar Express this weekend. It's so fun to look back at photos from the last time we rode on the Polar Express and see all that's changed. One extra baby, two older girls, and even more holiday magic felt! It made me so happy to see Ivy break out of her shell and let the Christmas joy take over. She couldn't refrain from dancing in the aisles and belting out along with the carols. Lola spent most the time sipping hot chocolate and peering out the freezing cold window. When Frances wasn't dancing up and down the aisles with two cookies in hand, she was holding tightly to us, wide-eyed and a little nervous waiting for Santa's debut. It was such a good night, and ended with a sleepy and quiet drive home. Ahh, Christmas time. The best time.
This girl is officially 14 months old and is as cuddly, curious, and busy as they come. She's into everything and you really can't take your eyes off her for a second. (Which is hard when you're #3!) She cracks us up and is definitely the baby. The girls are so protective over her and are always making sure she's set. She's happiest on someone's hip or elbow deep in a garbage can/toilet/pack of markers. There's no in between with this one. I predict she'll be worn in her Ergo till she's 14 to avoid her burning down the house or something. Thanks for keeping us on our toes, Frances girl.
Some photos from our walk to see the horses the other weekend. Our house is getting closer and closer to being finished, and part of me is already starting to miss my parents big backyard, their neighborhood animals, and of course, being so close to Grammy + Papa while we're here! The girls are going to be so mad at us when it's finally time to move out. ;)