February 2: Snuggles on the couch with my HannahBean--love it when she'll sit with me for a bit. It's not a very frequent event nowadays.
February 4: Gymnastics--she loves it!
February 6-8: I got to visit Mom and Dick in Tybee for a long weekend. The weather was a bit cooler than I was hoping for but we still had a great time. Mom and I walked everyday; we went on a few bike rides; we ate out almost every meal; my aunt Barbara came to visit from South Carolina for a night; and we celebrated Dick's birthday. Troy's parents came to Edmond to hang out with and help with the kids so we all had a fun weekend.
February 9: Luke let me pull out his second tooth and the tooth fairy came again.
February 11: More gymnastics
February 11: Troy brought flowers home for Hannah and I. Hannah thought it was pretty awesome that Daddy brought her some flowers.
February 12: Snuggles with Dad
February 13: Despite popular belief, I do not encourage sorting. I won't claim that it wasn't passed down through my DNA though.
February 13: Luke's Valentine Party at school--I was responsible for the craft. Luke helped me decide on this owl made out of hearts. I think the kids really enjoyed it. Luke is swinging with Aubree below. He may or may not have mentioned that she is his girlfriend.
February 13: I took the kids to the park to enjoy the nice weather. Love their smiles on the slide.
February 13: Troy and I had a date night. We went to Big Truck Tacos for dinner before heading to the ballet to see Romeo and Juliet.
February 17: She is quickly becoming a puzzle expert. She did all of these with minimal help from me.
February 17: Luke requested we make pizza for dinner. It was fun letting the kids make their own; Luke even added carrots to his and claimed it was good.
February 17: Luke slipped on the hard wood floor and ended up doing a header onto the brick floor. It was a nasty bump but frozen french toast made it feel better.
February 20: The kids had been playing upstairs and then it got pretty quiet (not always a good thing). Troy went to check on them and discovered that LJ was reading to Hannah. So, so sweet!
February 21: We had another Pinterest party with our friends the LaGroue's and Saenz's. We did a block stamp painting, created Lego snowflakes, and fingerprint dandelion's. And of course there were some yummy treats too.
February 24: A snow day on a Tuesday--we did another block stamp project so Hannah could make one (she was napping during the party). Luke made another one and I did a much larger one.
February 27: Friday mornings are usually pretty chill for Hannah and I. After breakfast she disappeared upstairs to play. She was so quiet I checked on her a few times but this is how I found her--reading to her stuffed animals and sorting toys and gathering toys in her room. She played solo for about two and a half hours. It was fantastic!