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A Lull in March

Theo has resorted to sleeping in his giant fort that he made. He says he's sleeping in here until his bedroom is finished. I guess he's over sharing a room forever.


It is the best fort ever.

It's a really good fort and we've been modifying to make it even better.  

Chocolate waffles as requested by Meadow and Theo.

Marina had left behind a mask for Theo.


It was plain so Meadow painted one for him.


I guess it's about time we take down the birthday decorations. But Theo loves his new mask.

I'm wrapping up work on Theo's room. Might have to wait until Mr. Mike visits to put up the picture rail.

I didn't plan on doing any work in Theo's closet, but clearly I changed my mind. Scrapped off the wall paper, patched all the cracks and now am finishing up the paint job.


Meadow and I had a date night at the ballet. We got to take the U of M tunnels to get to the Northrop.


I've been wanting to take Meadow to a ballet for years. Finally got tickets for Giselle. Meadow is so fancy.




With Brooke and Meadow on a girls night at the ballet, Theo and I played a game of Smath.

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