I don't know why, but I don't get a whole lot of pictures in January and February. I'm thinking that it may be because from Summer through Christmas I'm constantly snapping pictures. I think January and February are break time for me from having my camera permanently attached to my face.
Once March gets here, I'm ready to break out my camera yet again. Get ready for a ride on the wild side. It was a crazy, busy month for us.
It's crawfish season!!!! When spring rolls around in S.E. Texas and S.W. Louisiana, we break out the crawfish pots and crank up the Cajun music. This is us at Larry's French Market. Love it!
Spring Break is in March - a teacher's favorite time of the year. Not only do we have a week off, but the countdown begins for the end of the school year. Here's what we did:
I brought the girls to Bounce Zone for some fun outside of the house. I couldn't get them to both be still, so all of the pictures I have of them together, one of their faces is blurry.
They love the big slide. It's Katie's jumper thingie of choice. Kinsley got to play on this for the first time.
Can you tell by the look on her face that she absolutely had a blast??? They ask to go back every weekend.
The next day we invited my niece, Breanna, over to go to The Heritage Festival, for rides and good food.
My other niece came with her parents. Excited much???
This one cracks me up. My niece, Breanna, the drama queen.
Both of my babies rode this thing. I just knew that they were going to freak out and want off,
but they loved it.
My sister, Breanna's mother, showed up with her two youngest girls. This is Journey, my sweet 1 year old miracle baby. She gives the best slobbery kisses.
Kinsley and Chloe - 9 months apart. Best friends for life.
The carousel is Daddy's job. It goes way too fast for me and makes my stomach turn. Plus, I'm too short to keep Kinsley up there when the horse goes up.
Kinsley's first time on the ferris wheel. You can't tell by her face in this picture, but she LOVED it. She kept standing up and hollering down to her Daddy to look at her. It was so stinkin' cute.
The following Saturday, after Spring Break, we had a crawfish boil to celebrate my
dear hubby's 36th birthday.
Kinsley with my newest niece, Ava.
What we do to entertain 7 little girls.
We love our crawfish!
Eben's birthday present. He got all kinds of goodies in this Bud Light box, plus a fridge full of beer.
Eben's requested birthday cookie. He likes the cookie and we like the icing. We compromise.
That week of school was our Easter parties. I got to sneak over to Katie's class and take a picture of her while my class was going back in after their Easter egg hunt. I hated missing her party,
but what can you do?
Since we were off for Good Friday, my sister invited us over to barbeque and dye Easter eggs.
Once they were dry, they wanted to eat the eggs.
The Easter Eve we always do our own Easter eggs for the Easter Bunny to hide for us. I love this picture of Miss Katie.
Daddy's job is to help with the eggs while I sit back and document it.
Momma is always behind the camera.
Miss Kinsley wasn't feeling good and ended up falling asleep before we started dying eggs. I was so sad that she was missing it, but she really didn't feel good.
That was March for us. I'll be posting separately about Easter. I took 500 pictures Easter Sunday. It's going to be so hard to choose the ones I want to use.