Monday, June 18, 2012


Well we are a week away from having a 3 year old and being a full time working momma ain't for sissy's so I guess I will try to share some of the highlights from this winter and start over :)

Lucy has become miss personality. Who gets into everything!

There is never a dull moment around here.

But I would not have it any other way.

Grinning Grinning Ghosts

So what would you best guess as to Lucy's favorite ride at Disney this time be?.... It's a Small World, Peterpan, Figment maybe, even possibly Nemo?! Nope, The Haunted Mansion, yep I typed that right! We got off, she wanted to get right back on.

We spent 5 wonderful days at Disney World and one night at The Nickelodeon Hotel.
The first day was spent swimming at Nick, shopping at Downtown Disney, and eating at the T-Rex restaurant one of Lucy's particular favorite things.  I think between Andy and I we walked around the restaurant 6 times letting Lucy see all the animals and touch them.

The next day we checked into the Caribbean Beach hotel and headed off for Epcot and dinner with the princess's. Lucy's most enjoyable moments were with the characters, she loved meeting everyone and especially having lunch with some of her favorite people.

Hollywood Studio's was next and  Beauty and the Beast reigned supreme here; Lucy cried when she had to leave the show. Lunch was a big hit and June from the Little Einsteins had to return her to our table after she chased her down :)

Day four was the Magic Kingdom, what can I say she had a blast and the Haunted Manson the best thing since sliced bread, she enjoyed meeting Rapunzel and seeing the parade as well.

The last day was the Animal Kingdom, We had lunch with the Characters and The Lions King Show was her favorite activity that day. She also really like the safari, we went first thing and the animals were really out.

We capped off the trip the last day with breakfast at 1900 Park Fare with Alice and Winnie the Pooh.
She was sad to go but one tired little girl.

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

The sun will come out tommorow

So I am finally getting my sea legs at work. The first two weeks I kept thinking to myself, WHAT HAVE I GOTTEN MY SELF INTO, I can't do this!!!! Almost two months have passed and I am happy to say I no longer feel like that everyday. It's a stressful job but I like it, and we are happy to have our flight benefits back.
Well on to a few things little miss has been up to. We went and saw Annie and the Fox, Lucy Lu loved it!!!!! The people in front of us might not of loved it as much, because Lucy sang and the top of her lungs when songs came on that she knew. We ate dinner before at the Varsity and Lucy ordered her favorite food right now hot dogs.
This next week we are going to Disney world for my 30th birthday but I promise to start posting more.

Friday, January 13, 2012

Snow Day

The day after Christmas we all went to Snow Mountain for a rare snow day in Georgia. Lucy was an inch to short to ride the "big girl" rides when we arrived, but miraculously grew an inch when we went to stand in line for them :) I don't know how that happened (the lady measuring at the ride was very nice, and said she was old enough, just small for her age and let her on) Lucy had so much fun, the smile would not come off her face. We went down the hill on the sleds, roasted marshmallows, made snow angles and enjoyed some family time. She is my little dare devil!

Sunday, January 1, 2012

A Rapunzel Christmas

Lucy really got it this year, which really made Christmas so much fun. All season long all she asked for was a beautiful Rapunzel dress. The look on her face when she saw the living room Christmas morning was priceless, she said "for me, REALLY!" She wanted everything out of the box as soon as she opened it. Any jokes it was the year of dressup.

The Book

Every Christmas Eve Lucy and Andy share a special book. This book only comes off the shelf on this very special night.  Lucy really got it this year and it took about an hour for daddy to get through it all.

Lucy's First Christmas

This year

The Night Before Christmas

Twas the night before Christmas and we were baking throughout the house... After church we baked cookies with Muv (thank you Marmee for making the cookie dough and baking kit for this busy momma) and wrote Santa a thank you note for all the presents he would be leaving a VERY good little girl. Lucy did not forget the apple; because reindeer eat apples, not carrots.  Lucy informed me "carrots are for bunnies."

Christmas in Peachtree

The Friday before Christmas we took Lucy to downtown Atlanta's Christmas on Peachtree it really was not as big as we had expected but Lucy enjoyed seeing Santa. Afterwards we took her to watch the ice skating in Centennial park. She got her face painted and entertained everyone with her booty shakin :) but I think her faviorte part was the rockwall at 2 years old she really is my little monkey.