Can I Just Freeze Time?

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This post is dedicated to our Ollie girl. She is constantly making us laugh with her crazy antics.

One of my favorite things about her right now is that when I sing to her at night, she always asks for the same three songs, and always in the same order. They are: “Twinkle, Twinkle”, “You Are My Sunshine”, and “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse.” She sure knows how to end on a good note (pun intended!).

I absolutely love this picture of her feeding Clara. The body language here kills me.

We got some free balloons from the grocery store the other day. I have a love/hate relationship with balloons. Olive has a absolute love for balloons and wouldn’t even give these up while napping. When I took this picture she was about two hours into her nap and still holding very tightly to them.

We went to Ikea a few weeks ago, and even though they had this slide locked into the shelf so that no one would slide down, Dave and I turned around and discovered that Olive was determined to go down. She didn’t quite make it (in case you were wondering).

At the Disney Store, she found this Rapunzel doll and hugged it tight for quite some time. This was after she had already hugged Rapunzel pajamas.

One cold, blustery morning we snuggled under some blankets and watched a movie (Rapunzel, in fact). At one point I looked over at Olive and she was picking her nose (the way two-year olds do).

After Valentine’s Day, she found her sister’s stash of candy and I found her hunkered down eating chocolate kisses.

I’m not usually one for animal print clothing, but these particular pjs, on this particular bed-headed girl…I’m sold!

Olive got a birthday package from Aunty Heather and it had some plushies from Yo Gabba Gabba. Foofa (pictured) got a nice long hug from Olive and is one of her new favorites.

What more can I say? Driving with sunglasses on at night and picking her nose like a two-year old.

This girl really does love chocolate. And especially chocolate donuts.

By far, she is my most girly-girl and already has an opinion of what she wants (and doesn’t want) to wear. Here she is all about the accessories.

She loves her “polka pot” pajamas, but they tend to give her a little bit of trouble at times.

She is currently obsessed with our popcorn maker. She is always getting it out of the cupboard down below, putting it on the countertop, dragging a chair over so that she can reach it, and finally putting the top on. She was very proud of her accomplishment this day.

This is one of my favorite smiles that she gives me. She is such a charmer.

I really do love ALL four of my girls. But if I was guaranteed I would have another Olive, I’d be pregnant already. I’m not.



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