I'm starting this week off like last week, with the hyacinth. It turned out to be purple and a real beauty.
The boys in the morning: Dash looks cool and composed; Tuck's a bit disheveled. I'm loving the morning light in the playroom this time of year. This picture is pretty much straight out of the camera.
The jar o' random little toys. I believe this vessel started life as a pretzel container. Now it holds all our little trinket-type toys that have no better home. Yes, those are octopus tentacles -- a Christmas gift to the boys from Auntie Em.
Mr. E had to go on a four-day trip overseas, and my parents have been keeping the boys and me company. I love this picture because Dash is the center of attention, which is very true-to-life.
We've had an unusually warm winter thus far. My mom's daffodils are well on their way up.
Saturday was chilly and overcast: a perfect day for staying in and snuggling with grandparents. Or, you know . . . playing with open pill bottles.
We went to a Super Bowl party at my aunt's house. Dash was rooting for . . . England. There wasn't a lot of football-watching, but much fun was had.