We had a really warm Saturday in the beginning of January so we played outside at Greg and Holly's house. She loved being pushed by Ja in the toy car and eating goat cheese with Aunt Holly. We stayed for two hours and we still had to carry Macy away kicking and screaming because she didn't want to leave.
Macy wearing her new coat and shoes from her Great Aunt Linda. Isn't she precious?
Macy trying to hide in the corner while chewing on all the pieces of gum she found in my bag. If she noticed we were looking at her she said, "No, bye bye!" meaning we can't look at her.
Going through all my pictures from January we had a lot of Macy and Lily play time. It's fun to have Lily live so close. This time I was miraculously able to get pig tails in both the girls hair and neither of them pulled them out. They were so cute! Macy even wanted a clip in her hair like Lily had to hold her bangs back.
Another Macy and Lily play time. Notice Macy and her feet in the top pictures. We gave both girls a bath together and they loved it! It was the first time in a very, very long time Macy did not protest getting washed. I said we should schedule times during the week for Lily to come to bathe because it's so much easier bathing the two of them then bathing just one screaming and wiggling Macy.
Macy and Lily with their purses and phones.
Speaking of accessories, Macy wanted her hat, gloves, boots, and her pig pillow "purse".
Having a tea party with her friends.
More accessory cuteness.
She loves to go upside-down and pretends she's a clock.
I rarely, if ever, see Macy while she is sleeping so I had to sneak a picture one Sunday morning when I had to wake her up for church.
Ja made Macy her very own tent filled with friends and food.
Macy (or Simi as Mark calls her) and Marky watching TV together.
One afternoon Macy woke up from her nap talking up a storm to herself. I go in to get her and she had her socks on her hands and using them as puppets. Her puppets must have been talking to each other.