Feed the birds…

…tuppence a bag…

Yes.  Tuppence.  Am I the only person in the world who thought that Mary Poppins was saying something different?  Tuppence is like two pence in British coins.  Just a little FYI for you. 🙂

Now, back to the birds…For Valentines day, Anna Claire and Charlie’s teachers gave them bird seed and this sweet little poem. photo 3 Then we had another snow/ice storm.  The kiddos wanted to throw out the seed for the birds so we did.  photo 2We also played outside a little bit.  Mostly they wanted to eat the icicles.photo 1 (2) photo 5

We also had fun playing with our friends Maddie and Hudson the other night.  I bet our dinner conversation was more interesting than yours! Ha ha! 🙂photo 4photo 1

On Valentines day, Devin and I decided to take the kids out to dinner and a movie.  We had a yummy meal at Mellow Mushroom and then saw the Lego movie.  Such fun family time. photo 2 (2) Also, we gave them a little treat on Valentines morning.  Spin brushes.  I know…who wants a new toothbrush?  Well, you would have thought we gave them the moon because they were so excited! 🙂

Last but not least, we are so excited that Aunt Spencer and Grandpa both got new jobs.  We had them over for dinner to celebrate and these are the cakes we made for them. 🙂  photo 4 (2) photo 3 (2)

Check back soon for more posts that Mommy has to finish before our big birthday coming up in March! 🙂

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