Thursday, January 27, 2011
Sunday, January 23, 2011
Saturday, January 22, 2011
Northwest Children's Theater. Seleia, as Deer, has the opening line in the play and pals around primarily with Bear, who will be played by the lovely Danielle (who can be seen atop the brass pig with the girls in the column on the right). Elora, the smallest girl in the class, will be Squirrel. She tends to say "Woff" when talking to the Wolf, and I'm not sure I want to correct her. So no we've added going over lines to our daily routine for the next eight weeks until their performance on March 11th. (And they've got the first song in the play stuck in my head from singing it constantly!)
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Here she is....Diana Prince, defending Stalag Thirteen!
Yes, we watched a lot of Hogan's Heroes and Wonder Woman on dvd while we were sick! ( We were joking about the playtime combination of the shows in the girls' imagination, but then noticed that Ivan Dixon from HH actually directed some episodes of W W...we were amused.)
Saturday, January 15, 2011
Elora has this hat. She really is quite proud of it. She loves to tell about how they gave it to her, free, when she went with Dad to Napa Auto Parts. It is a NASCAR hat, and I can't believe it's in my house. Elora looooves to share this hat with Dash, and was determined to get a picture of him wearing it. Above, you see the results of that endeavor. He really is a good sport!
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
To celebrate finally getting some snow, we spent the evening watching the 2010 Doctor Who Christmas special, A Christmas Carol. (Now, again, we're frustrated by having no more Doctor to watch!) This was a landmark evening as it was the first time the girls got to actually watch an episode (most are too scary ...a few even too scary for me! Don't blink!). It was a big event at the Juhala household! My favortie comment? Elora: "He talks too much. Just like me!" The girls knew what the TARDIS was, but finally saw that it really is bigger on the inside, and they learned that bow ties. are. cool.