Anjali’s side of the room, AFTER:
Elli’s side of the room, BEFORE:
The girls’ room, AFTER:
Don’t have a “BEFORE” picture of the next two, but it’s cute, nonetheless.
And here the girls are, the first night of trying to sleep in their new room.
They turned on the light and moved a bunch of furniture so that Elli could get
on the bed with Anjali. This was around 11PM at night. We could NOT get them to sleep…
As for our visitors, my Aunt Viki and her family, my Yiayia (maternal grandmother) and my brother, freshly home from Iraq, all came in this weekend! I haven’t seen any of them for a while (the first two for over a year and a half.) Yiayia stayed the weekend with us and it’s been so wonderful to spend time with her. She is almost 82, and still acts as vivacious as she did when I was very young. She has loved spending time with my babies and I have loved every minute of seeing them all together. Yesterday, Yiayia took the girls and me to Toys R Us to get a few gifts. The girls made out like bandits! They are so spoiled, but Yiayia says that’s the way it’s supposed to be.
My daughters with my cousins, Connor and Alexandra
Yiayia and my sweet daughter.
Doesn’t she look so grown up here?
Yiayia bought a bubble machine!
I LOVE b/w photos.
LOVE these shirts… if you haven’t noticed yet.
What am I going to do when they grow out of these?
Daisy wanted attention and tried to cuddle up with Yiayia, too.
The Three Lovely Ladies
We watched “Singin’ in the Rain” after dinner tonight.
Anjali cuddled up with Yiayia almost the entire time.
The girls even got their blankets out and gathered around.