Maggie thinks it is so funny to roast the princesses over the fire. Should I be worried?
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Friday, January 17, 2014
Sunday, January 12, 2014
Christmas in Brigham City was fun. We spent Christmas Eve sledding in the morning, having the traditional candle light dinner with some of the siblings, and reenacting the Nativity. I have been the angel every year so far, so I thought Maggie would want to join me. She was more interested in sitting in the "Maggie-size" chair then participating. Oh well.
Christmas morning was really special. We hauled up the solid wood kitchen almost 1000 miles just for a reaction. It wasn't quite like the reaction she gave when Grandma Price gave her a box full of Ariel toys, but she loves it. She has played with it every day since being home.
This little punk was the biggest show thief the Matthews's household has seen. She especially likes her cousin Jane's shoes, which she was not so thrilled about.
We spent New Years up in the Cabin. There was a day that I went out in the snow on three separate occasions (granite the first day I didn't go out at all). I can't say I am the biggest fan of snow, but I am tolerating it more.
This is the big bonfire that the cabin association lights up on New Year's Eve night. There's no roasting marshmallows on that guy.