March in a nutshell...
One of the best parts of the month was having guests! Our friends Pete and Sandy Oveson stayed at our house while they were in town for a NYC weekend. We hadn't seen them since we left Dartmouth, so it was so wonderful to catch up!
We had a few snow storms in March, which meant cancelled school, dance class, etc. We tried to keep ourselves busy with crafts and projects and baking.
A quiet afternoon with all three children happy and content, which isn't always the case!
After several frigid weeks (well, months!) it finally warmed up to 40 degrees one afternoon, so we bundled up and set out on a walk.
It was such an icy winter this year. From January to March our driveway was one big sheet of ice. (We have a gravel driveway, so we can't get it totally shoveled well). We had so many falls on the ice, but the girls actually got a kick out of "ice skating" to the car each morning.
Crazy hair and mismatched/inside-out day at school
Another semi-warm day! Bryn ran outside to celebrate and sing on the porch :)
Tate loves Bryn's sweet friend Jane.
Dress-ups every day!
First park day since October- woo hoo!
The girls slicked Tate's thin hair to the side, but he wasn't so sure about it.
Lots and lots of cuddling... a.k.a. mauling Tate all day long.
It's hard to make dinner when I have this cute little face distracting me.
I hadn't painted for a few months because things were busy with Tate, but I finally got back into it and have finished a few watercolor commissions this past month.
Mya and her beloved baby doll
"facetime calling Grandma" on a calculator
Of course I'm biased, but I always think Tate is so cute on Sundays :)
Shout out to my sister Marie who made all his bowties.
And that is March!