Our Choo Choo Wagon has been sitting in our garage for a while now. The girls have really gotten too big to use it. When they are all in the wagon it is so heavy to pull. I just could not bring myself to sell it because it has so many special memories. It even traveled to Atlanta with us and was what we used to travel around the set of the movie. I know I will keep the memories even without the wagon but it was still hard to part with it. Another triplet family picked up the wagon last week and it was so great to see it go to another family that I know will use it so much! We had never met the family before but it was so great to meet them and it brought back so many memories of when the girls were little. I had not met them before but it only took minutes to start a conversation that was hard to stop. There is something about another mom of triplets..they just can understand! I think we will stay in touch and hopefully get together again!
Thought I would share some of my favorite memories...
The girls took one last spin before we sent it to a new home!
We had a great Fourth of July. We started the day with our community bike parade, then spent the afternoon at the pool and ended our day with a court party with friends. The girls had a blast even with the heat! You can tell by the pictures that everyone was melting by the end of the day!!
The girls turned four on May 31st and I still can't believe that its been four years! They were really excited about their birthday this year. They celebrated with their friends at Pump It Up and then had a second celebration at our house with family! It was a great day and the girls had so much FUN!
Miss Liz came for a visit and took the girls outside to take pictures of them for me. They turned out beautiful and I LOVED all of them! I think my girls are so comfortable with her and she just takes amazing photos! Thanks Miss Liz!!
Its been a long time since I have updated this blog. The only reason that I really have is "life". Its just so busy all the time! So many people have been telling me that I need to update so I'm going to try to catch up with some of the events that I have missed in the last couple of months!
School ended in May for the girls and in June for Hannah. All four girls had a great school year with GREAT teachers! We were sad to say goodbye to all of them!
The girls' tricycles have been one of their favorite things for the last year and a half. They still love to ride them but we got out the big girl bikes this weekend and they loved them! Brynn had no fear, Brooke some fear and Lexi said she was just too small for the big bike.
So I have been so busy and the blog has been forgotten for awhile. We are back and I'm going to try to update as much as possible.
A few weeks ago we moved the girls from toddler beds to twin beds (or big girl beds as they call them)! They were so excited to get new beds and it was time. The toddler beds were house beds and they spent a lot of time climbing and have fun together. They have been sleeping great in their new beds and have more space. They are still all in one room, I don't think they would have it any other way. They did switch positions and Brynn took the middle bed (which shocked me since Lexi loved sleeping in the middle). Brynn tells me every morning that Lexi sleeps with her!
Here are some pictures of the three of them before we moved the toddler beds out of the room!
The triplets recently had a chance to spend a weekend in Frostburg with JuJu & Bull. Hannah stayed home and enjoyed some special time with Mommy and Daddy. They tried fingerpainting. Brooke loved it, Brynn wasn't sure at first but then got into it and Lexi tried one time with her fingers, immediately washed the paint off and asked for a paint brush! The result was some very colorful creations.
They also had fun in the igloo tent although it made for some very crazy electric hair!
We went with our friends to Brookside Gardens for the first time. They have a light and train show. The really cool part of the experience is that you walk to see the lights instead of driving. The girls had a great time and loved all the lights and trains!