February 26: Still Reading - I've managed to finish 3 books so far this year. This nightly reading, now with a glass of chocolate wine in hand has become quite a wonderful habit. The book I just finished is The Last Summer (of you and me) by Ann Brashares, who is the author of Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (which I still have not read). Fabulous book, I highly recommend it.
February 27: Dance - After weeks of being on wait lists and trying to find a ballet class that fit in with our busy schedule, Miss M did a trial class that was a combination of ballet, tap, and jazz at a local studio and loved it. My mummy bragging moment - it had been over 6 months since she'd taken a ballet class so I thought she would need a refresher, but the trial class was an intermediate one, and even though she had never taken a tap lesson before, they let her borrow some shoes and she picked up the moves with no trouble at all.
February 28: Rusty and Rosy - As you know I'm a blogger at Rusty and Rosy, and as part of our contract, we were lucky enough to be given a laptop with a year of the reading program for the kids. They've been getting on there as often as they can and absolutely love it.
February 29: Grab Bags - we spend so much time at therapy and medical appointments, and I'm so thankful for my grab bag of activities to keep the kids entertained.
March 1: Yarn & Wine Night - The lovely Nat of Crafting Crazy hosted our Yarn & Wine Night this month. I've now almost finished the back of Flynn's vest. I hope it ends up being a little too big so it will fit him next winter.
March 2: Seussical - We had a great field trip with the kinder class today to celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday. We saw the play Seussical. It was fabulous.
March 3: SoCal Lady Bloggers Lunch - A few of the SoCal Lady Bloggers met for lunch at Leoness Cellars in Temecula. We took wine flights, and I had the most delicious salad. Let's not forget the cheesecake for dessert. The White Merlot was by far my favorite wine.
Documenting our day. For 366 days.
Photographs were taken and edited using a combination of Camera+ and Instagram iPhone apps.