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Sunday, March 6, 2011

Happy Birthday to all!

There were two important birthdays this week. One was Granny but we weren't with her to celebrate. The other was Dr. Seuss!!! We went with Emily, Frankie and their Mommy to Imagine It on his birthday and they had all kinds of festivities. It was lots of fun. As we are getting more mobile, we really seem to enjoy that museum a lot more as you can see in the pictures. We played dress-up, danced in some tap shoes, played in the garden and did some grocery shopping. Mommy was a little worried we were not going to like the characters but we did okay. As expected we went to Hippo Hopp this week but Daddy went, too, which was lots of fun! We had lunch one day with a lady who is going to have twins of her own and we went to the Taqueria not once but twice! We were a little under the weather this week and so was Mommy so we didn't get out and about too too much, but we sure did some exploring. We don't have a lot going on this week so we will see what adventures we find ourselves in. See you then!


  1. "Paging Dr. Kitt, paging Dr. Kitt! And Chief Garet, please report to the engine for a five-alarm!" I don't know how it's possible, but you girls look more adorable each week!!! That museum looks like a lot of fun; maybe I can take you there the next time I'm in town. (But no need to get peanut butter and chocolate spread next time we're there. We're probably OK on that for a while, huh Kitt?) :) In the meantime, I hope you ladies have another wonderful week. I love you TONS and TONS!
    Aunt Kristen

  2. Cute,cute,cute! Just wish Marshall could join you! Love you!

  3. Hey Girls, Aunt Kristen is right (as she thinks she is all the time!) that you girls become more adorable every week. Kitt, you are a girl after my own heart - a basket full of chocolate. If Granny remembers correctly, Thing 1 was in your beds at NICU because he was so colorful. I can see why you enjoy that museum so much - there's a lot going on there all the time. Until next time, I love you lots, Granny