Starting the 1st of February the crazies have gotten "Love" hearts on their doors every night. By Valentines Day they look like this.
Isn't it so fun!
The Robison's LOVE cheese and that trait is getting passed down to our kids. My GiGi baby would do this everytime the cheese was out if I let her.
I'm pretty sure her cousins will do the same thing.
We have decided that we need to do more puzzles. One of my older girls needs to learn how to sit still and relax her head and I think this will help her. We have started a collection of them and the crazies love it.
Ty really gets into it and will be at the table for long periods of time.
For our late night this week we wanted to change things up a bit and so we gave the girls money and they had to buy their tickets, soda, and treats to attend. They talked about it for days after.
Most of the family left Sunday and so we didn't get a whole bunch of time with them, but there were a few that were staying another day and that made me so excited! Can you tell that I miss my family?
Sunday was the super bowl. Of course we had to have a party to cheer for those Broncos. By half time, I was done watching. The commercials weren't that good and the game... Oy the game. We had fun during the half time show, but after we just did whatever, glancing at the game every once in awhile.
Thursday night little miss Annie and Ty thought it would be fun to get sick so close to the fun weekend. They threw-up all night. I've never disinfected my house so much. But I also haven't had a bunch of people coming when my kids are super sick. We actually have never had this kind of sickness with our kids. They learned a lot. :)
Anyways, Friday day those two kids weren't sick, but Annie was completely weak and exhausted. And I just prayed all day that Jo Jo wouldn't get it. By Friday night we were on the mend and then while we were sleeping miss Jo Jo decided it was her turn.
Um, did they forget that it was their day Saturday.
Everyone was coming to support them.
I prayed even harder that she would get better quick. That the sickness would just leave and that if the rest of us were to get sick it could wait until everyone left.
Saturday Jo Jo laid around ALL day in her PJ's not moving or eating, because if she did, she would throw-up AGAIN. Poor girl. Annie was still drained on Saturday, but by the time cousins started showing up, she was all better and ready to play.
I cleaned and sprayed my house a few more times before everyone showed up. And even though there was this sickness, I was SO excited to see everyone! Both of our families, all of them, were coming. So excited.
Then to add to the exhaustion of no sleep, I now felt super bad because the girls' church class were suppose to sing. That wasn't going to happen anymore because the twins were sick (and I didn't want to risk Jo Jo throwing up in front of everyone) and the other girl in their class went out of town. That left one boy and he wasn't about to sing a solo.
The baptism wasn't until 5pm and so I had all day to get things ready. And to hang out with everyone.
I feel bad that I didn't get very many pics -- the girls still felt sick and they just wanted to leave after and so we only got a couple. But we did make it through the program, baptism, and blessing without anyone throwing up, so that is a major thumbs up!
Here they are ready to go!
Dinner after was fun. There were so many people in our small house. LOVED IT!!
And I love everyone that came and supported our precious twinners. They are so blessed to have so many people in their life that care so much about them.
Since all my siblings were together, we took pics. And I love that it can go from this...
And from this...
And then this.
I'm so glad that we can be together forever. I'm grateful that we have the choices that give us that option. And I'm extremely grateful for my sisters and the bond that we share. I am so excited for my girls to have that bond and to be able to have friends no matter what. Sisters are the BEST!
I love you Annie and Jo Jo! I got the best gig in the world, to be your momma.
Since turning 8, the girls have been so excited to go to Activity Days. Especially since our stake was having a princess activity on Saturday. They dressed up in a pretty dress and spent all morning being a princess. The leaders did a fantastic job with everything and the girls had so much fun.
And while we were here, Dan was in Utah snowboarding.
Sunday the girls had a Great to be Eight Fireside to attend. It involved all the kids in their class, all 4 of them!
I love these kids. They are awesome!
Next weekend is going to be even better!
Our good friends decided that for the girls' birthday, they were going to take them to the movie "Frozen". Ty was so upset, because she hasn't seen it yet and so I took GiGi and Ty and we all went to the movie. It was a very happy day!!!