Keeping tradition here...2013 in review.
This year has been marvelous, settling into this 1880s farmhouse and bringing the farm back to life. Last year at this time, I was still unpacking. We're much more settled now, enjoying life with our two little ones.
My favorite shots (I had about 100 more, but I *tried* to narrow it down).
The highlights from each month:
Family Highlight: He got new snowshoes.
Project completed: I worked on the bathroom.
We ate: A lot of flour.
Family Highlight: We had a lot of SNOW.
Project completed: We had fun with the birthday party playset.
We ate: COOKIE CAKE! It made it's debut this month. It's been a hit since.
Family Highlight: We tapped our trees.
Project completed: I dug the sewing machine out and made this penguin shirt. I shared the pattern too!
We ate: The most marvelous brownies. And we've had them numerous times since.
Family Highlight: Our baby chicks arrived.
Project completed: A bunny family.
We ate: Oatmeal cream pies. Yum.
Family Highlight: Our first garden at this place begins to grow.
Project completed: Woven wrap love.
We ate:Whole Wheat Hamburger Buns.
Family Highlight: STrawberry picking.
Project completed: I got a clothesline!
We ate: Strawberry Rhubarb Swirl Pound Cake.
Family Highlight: She turned ONE!
Project completed: Wall art in the playroom.
We ate:Strawberry Pie.
Family Highlight: Country Lovin' Kids Festival Kick off!
Project completed: A lot of furniture refinishing.
We ate: Cherry Cobbler Scones and Lemon Pound Cake.
Family Highlight: He turned 3 and got his goats!
Project completed: I set my craft room up.
We ate: A lot of fritatta.
Family Highlight: Fairs!
Project completed: His and her new winter coats.
We ate:Cinnamon Apple Oat Bars.
Family Highlight: Thanksgiving just us.
Project completed: Horse play set.
We ate: Apple Cider Doughnuts.
Family Highlight: Cutting our tree.
Project completed: Wedding Basket pattern.
We ate: Cranberry Orange Bars
Well, that sums it up! A fantastic 2013, on our way to another year filled with memories, projects and good eats. Thanks for coming on the ride with us!
I was inside doing something that seemed pressing, my husband looking after the littles. And then I looked out the window and saw them having fun. I have no idea what seemed pressing at the moment, but whatever it was was soon abandoned. I just *had* to join them.