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Saturday, March 28, 2009

Just In Case....

Just in case you were wondering if Jessilyn really IS a drama queen, listen to this conversation from this morning.

J: My life stinks.
M: Why would you say something like that?
J: Because. First, Daddy has to be a meany guy, Gabe drags me around all the time and makes me play puppets when I don't want to, MiMi tells me I'm only getting toilet paper for Christmas, and Reese always messes up my toys that I set up.

OOHHH, the perils of being a four year-old!!

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Daddy's Girl

Reese is such a Daddy's girl! This was our conversation this morning as I was getting her dresssed.

R: (Tattle-telling) Daddy didn't put lotion on me after my bath last night.
J: Oooh, Daddy's in big trouble! Does Daddy need a spanking?
R: (Her face turns serious all of a sudden) NO!!! He is the best daddy we could eber hab!

How sweet, and for the record, he IS the best daddy they could ever have!!

Friday, March 13, 2009

Random Pics of Our Randomness

Here are some random pics from the past few weeks. Up until this week, the weather here has been amazing! We took advantage of one warm afternoon for the girls to wash their car. They are each wearing their new swimsuits from Gran.
(Please pay no attention to our garage...on the agenda for spring break!!)
This is Reese kickin' back, watchin' a little TV, and lookin' like a gangsta! Go Dawgs!

Jessilyn got to spend the night with a friend one night last week. Daddy was in Lubbock for baseball, so Reese and I enjoyed some girl time. We took a shower, and then I dressed her in her towels to look like me in mine. Pretty stinkin' cute, I must say. I wish I could edit a little black box to cover the innapropriate flashing!

Snuggle time!!

These pics are for you Amy Wright, just to show the complete juxtaposition to the pics of your boys playing outside...Jessilyn arranged her dolls and dog in my planter while I was working in the yard, then had a photo shoot (these pics were taken by her). This is how girls play outside. After this, she used a hand rake to draw designs in the dirt.

This is what happens when a two year-old tries to pour her own salad dressing. There is not only salad under there, also green beans and chicken pot pie. And, that was no regular bottle of salad dressing, but a Sam's special Vidalia Onion Vinagrette...probably 72 oz. or something crazy...
What would you think of me if I told you we made her eat it all with a spoon for punishment?
Just kidding. We wouldn't do that...She even got new food without dressing on it!