Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Shiver Me Timbers!


So, after our hot, hot, hot couple of days, winter has blown in. It's been cold and rainy!

We've been keeping warm playing trains indoors.


And playing outside with friends when the clouds part and the rain lets up.


We got out the warm pajamas! Paprika calls them her "snuggly blanket jammies!"

The girls love to look through books together before bedtime.


And have "Pajama Sleepovers" - as Paprika likes to say. Even though they don't share a bedroom right now, Paprika really wants to. Maybe when they're older and Ginger isn't giving me 3am wake-up calls!


I am sure they would keep each other up all night long with a gazillion and one things to talk about! Haha!



FourJedis said...

Aww, it's nice to have a little change in temperature, isn't it? The girls just seem to really love each other and enjoy each other. It's so cute. The temps just changed here and I'm pretty pleased about it. I keep feeling like it's just a teaser and it will get hot again, but secretly hope it doesn't!

Sheila said...

I love when snuggle bunny weather arrives. Cutie Patootie pictures.
You are correct about them playing and giggling all night long.
That's what Friday Nights are for, breakfast for dinner and family slumber parties.
I can smell the hot cocoa from here! Marshmallows, whipped creme, chocolate or colored sprinkles, too. Yummy!

Sheila said...

I forgot to add in a pretty tea cup too!

Erin said...

Too cute Erika! That is so funny! I hadn't read this post yet but clearly, great minds think alike. :) Yeah - I'd wait awhile if I were you! Having them in the same room causes a lot of late night playing!

Darling pics of your girls!

Devon said...

love those pics and riley was SO excited to get out the warm pajamas too!!

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McCryssy said...

Sweet girls! My sister and I shared a bedroom for years, and yes we stayed up all night talking. Fun times :)