Sunday, November 29, 2015
Thursday, November 26, 2015
Made our way down to Walsh again this year for Thanksgiving. It was a hard decision as to where to go because Caroline was here from Scotland but Zeb didn't want to break tradition. It was kind of a smaller crew this time as none of the aunts and uncles made an appearance but there was a vicious tournament of Nertz that went down throughout the days we were there. Most of the time Keara and I just read a books as there's football on the TV and the game of Nertz is not our cup of tea. We enjoy our books and Kailei and her dad have a blast playing cards. I ate way too much peanut brittle and made myself sick but I guess that's what Thanksgiving is for. It was a great Davison Thanksgiving.
Posted by Christine Archer at 9:30 PM
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
So mom and dad have been down in Texas for the last couple of weeks while Kevin and Jessica had some work to do in the Netherlands and then took advantage of the time to go to Paris. Tragically there was a terrorist attack right before they went but they decided to go anyway. I won't be happy till their home but it looks like they're having fun.
Posted by Christine Archer at 11:00 AM
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
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Saturday, November 14, 2015
Kailei had another Adoptween meeting today. I think the topic was superheroes. She loves going and it's even more fun when her friends go. And since so many of her friends did go, the moms took advantage to get together as well. We went to lunch and then we went on a walk because it was an absolutely beautiful day. Good times!
Posted by Christine Archer at 7:52 PM
Saturday, November 7, 2015
Sunday, November 1, 2015
After being gone all week I thought the girls needed a little girl time. Not that they needed more time with each other but that their mom needed time with them. Went to lunch at noodles and then went to color me mine where they painted pottery. They really like to do this and I should put it on the calendar more. Can't wait to see the final products.
Posted by Christine Archer at 9:32 PM