October. (Not including our trip back to Appalachia.) Oh, I know. October was so last month. Pshaw.
(Update: my husband read through this and said, "This isn't snaps! You wrote all kinds of stuff." Maybe just a little.)
:: Along with preschool came the return of the after-school tea party.
worms. She says it outside all day long, but once, randomly in the middle of dinner conversation Hazel suddenly announced: "Dig worms! Find a big one!" And she opened her mouth wide, showing us her back bottom molars--which is what this girl does anytime she finds something exciting.
birthday in Appalachia, and then now. (Afterwards she asked, "Next year, just one birthday.") At cake time, she hid under the picnic table to eat her cupcake. Hazel joined her because what are sisters for?
great friend. I miss these people. (Thanks L for the photos!)
Juniper has taken to picking Hazel up and moving her places. Hazel thinks it's funny until she doesn't.
Halloween night "Trunk or Treat". While it sounds like a lame, rural version of trick or treat, it's actually more like a town street-party complete with free hot chocolate, coffee and chili. I have been won over.