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Sunday, March 15, 2009
We had a really great week. Daddy was away in Florida so we filled it with activities. The FCC in Irvine had a Chinese Cultural Dance class. They are going to be offering it weekly, but Irvine is just a little far for a weekly class. Emma loved it and Meilynn tolerated it. Meilynn would still like Mommy to sit with her and this class was without Mommies. They did great and it was fun to meet up with some other girls from our local FCC. (Families with Children From China)Emma doesn't let the cast slow her down one bit.
It was a great group of girls and even one boy. He was so cute.
Loving bananas and coloring at the same time.
These girls can eat! Even if they are still tiny. They still weigh in at around 26 or 27 pounds. They can each eat a whole banana, that is if I give it to them the way a monkey would eat it.(In the skin)
Only a true friend would do this! This is my friend of over 26 years. She had her children when I had my first two. And then she had her last son Jacob much later. She has welcomed our daughters with open arms. Even though our lives have changed from what we expected to be doing at our age she has stuck with me and still loves me. Here she was up helping Emma cross the bridge. She, (Emma) has suddenly developed a fear of walking across the bridge where you can see the ground through the slats. I noticed that my girls are more fearful than the other kids so we are making a point of visiting the parks more often.
This is a major improvement for Meilynn. She usually will just go down the slide on her tummy. She doesn't care so much for the swings.
Emma loves the slides but is afraid of the jiggly bridge.
Here are the girls at Church Sunday singing in the Choir.
One of my friends had a opening of her art show. We had a great time looking at her work. She has amazing art.