Monday, December 15, 2008


She's a tub of trouble. If the house is quiet it means that Kendall is either reading to her stuffed animals or coloring a picture. If Kate is silent you better start to worry. She is getting into something, playing in the toilet bowl or crouched in a corner gnawing on a crayon. If she isn't quiet chances are pretty good that she is shrieking in a very high pitch. She also has a fake cry. It may start off real but it soon fades to this unrealistic cry. Thankfully all you have to say is, "now, that's enough" and it shuts right off.
Today, I've been cleaning.....everything...including the windows. While I was folding laundry I saw Kate take a sip of her "meal-ulk" then press her milk filled mouth against the window. Why, I ask you, why?!

Have I mentioned that I love this smile?
And I love how if you lay on the ground she runs at you full speed to sit on your stomach. Then she proceeds to bounce up and down.

Speaking of her running, I have realized that she can move it move it...faster then Kendall can. I know this because I have seen her run from Kendall (usually holding something of Kendall's and man is she fast.
So fast in fact that it is nearly impossible to get a picture of her that isn't blurry. Here is a picture of her black eye yesterday.


  1. I've been reading your blog for awhile now but have never taken the time to comment until now. I just HAVE to commment. Your daughter Kate reminds me SOOO much of my 19 month old daughter Delaney. Reading this latest post had me rolling. So much so that I had to read it to my hubby. The gnawing on a crayon, running full speed if you lay on the ground and the shrieking all sound so familiar to us. :)

  2. Thanks for commenting Emily! They are so fun at this age, crazy little munchkins!