Take a look at this two-and-a-third year old and tell me, could you deny that face anything at all?
As great as last week’s trip was, it was good getting back to normal and filling our weekend with the silly stuff that eats up most of our weekends in Austin – dinner parties, birthday parties, neighborhood parties, playdates, dog walks, rinse and repeat.
I will say that the “usual” was especially fun this weekend, possibly because between Marc and my travel schedules, this was the only one out of 4 weekends in a row that all of us would be together. Or maybe because of things like…
It was an unusual week at the Davis house, namely because I was not there for most of it! Marc, Annabelle, Clementine and Ella held down the fort while I headed east to visit my mom, check in on the shore house (first time checking out repairs since Hurricane Sandy), and sneak in a girl’s trip with my high school friends in Charlottesville, Virginia. It didn’t seem like a long time away when I booked it (1 day at the shore, 2 days with Mom, and 2 days with friends) but in the end, I was gone from these munchkins for the better part of a week!
It was a regular week/weekend in the Davis house – birthday parties, scooters, too much eating, and nonstop talk from the girls… with the exception of one new development: Annabelle has started a business:
This weekend was Austin’s annual Lonestar Roundup, one of the biggest hot rod shows in the whole country. As you might imagine, Marc, and our visiting hot rod friends, were definitely in their element:
Is it me or does she look more like a teenager than a preschooler these days?
What a week! After two giant Passover seders, we prepped the house for four generations of family to visit for EASTER!