Jessica and the girls came down this last weekend for a few days, so of course I had to take some pictures. Or I just wouldn't be me.
The First three pictures are of Andali, Andi and I had been looking at scrapbooks and pictures of her mommy when she was young trying to show her how much I think she looks like her mom.
Ever since Jessica was a baby she was very sensitive to light, as a baby she could never open her eyes when we would go outside. So I would put sunglasses on her, but they would never stay on, so I taped them to her head. (looked funny, but I had a happy baby) When Andi saw this she had to run over, get some tape and put them on her glasses that Aunt MaKayla had bought her the day before.
It was all too funny, of course my camera wasn't too far a way and she let us take a few pictures. She didn't quite get the tape in the right direction but it's there.
Yes that's peanut butter and jelly all over her face.
these pictures I think are just plain cute, She loves the swing not matter if it's 110 outside, Jessica said she didn't know how I could be out there, I just have to say, we do it for the kids.
Lydia is like her mom because she also can't part with the binkie, no one loved her binkie like Jessica did. Even when she was older (3) and was no longer having one, I would catch her hiding in the corner sucking her brothers. She must of had thought if Alex isn't going to use it I might as well, shouldn't waiste things right.
but unlike Jessica Lydia loves her babydoll, Jessica hated dolls. She didn't want anything to do with them until MaKayla and Alex would be playing to nice together for hours with the dolls and getting along so well, Jessica would get jealous and bully her way in and try to take over, which of course made MaKayla and Alex cry and wine.
Once I took the binkie and hide it, I got all kinds of smiles out of Lydia.
This is one of Lydia, saying Cheeeeeeeese for the camera with a tilt to her head. What a super model.
Even though I get tired out after about 3 days when they come I always miss the girls when they leave. It's like you can't get enough of them. Went and saw them again yesterday for a quick short visit, It always breaks my heart when they want to get in the car and come home with me and I can't take them. Not sure what I'm going to do when their daddy moves on with College and may be to far away to visit or steal once in a while.