Spring Break has come to an end. Lots of highs/lows. It's been eventful.
Forever grateful for our new pediatric ENT. Portia is unplugged and all is good in
my her world:
Springs first dinner on the deck:
after we gave it good shower:
Finally enjoying the lights from when David strung them late last summer:
Water table also got a good wash:
David keeps forgetting that one of three light bulbs is burnt:
The kids LOVE eating outside:
It's a Spring Break staycation when packaged frozen foods is supplemented into our diet:
For our day at Adventure City!
Section outside the park reserved for cheap Moms who pack lunches:
Not my speed:
More my speed:
New additions to our garden. Can't wait!
Waterproof. Lasts up to seven days. Darn:
Looks like they're laying something else besides eggs. Staging a perfect photo session once again:
"Do you eat bugs?"
And I thought miniature golf would be fun:
Jamie Oliver Food Revolution Big Rig Tour is...:
Hello, my name is:
Cooking classroom menu: Fish, Made Easy. Truman and I made baked white fish and broccoli!
Dear Jamie Oliver,
My kid still doesn't eat broccoli.
Mom of a picky green-eater
Lego art exhibit, A Million and One Pieces by David Tracy at Forest Lawn Museum. We like to roam cemeteries:
Splash of Color lamps. The name says it all:
And more hearts in Atwater Village!!
My cousins live in a LOVEly, interesting, eccentric part of L.A.:
Just been informed that two of three kids will need braces. David is loosing sleep:
Failed attempt to dye Easter eggs the natural way. "Saving face" by leaving the after picture out.
Top-cayenne, chili powder, turmeric, paprika
Bottom-ginger powder, black tea, soy sauce
Easter at the Alexs with Charlie Chan!!
No chocolate for him. He would've liked my peanut M&M bunny mix chocolate chip cookies:
I'll show you mine, if you show me yours:
And the golden egg goes to...:
Happy "Easter" Weekend
(Click here if you want to see more David Tracy lego lamps from A Million and One Pieces!)