March, '18

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Reveling in a very rare moment.  (3/2/18)

Grandma lets Wesley have sparkling water.  And a whole lot of pennies.  Making him the Master of Pennies.  (3/5/18)

Wesley helps Mama and Grandma out by trying on the costumes they've been sewing for Upstart Crow's The Little Mermaid Jr.  (3/5/18)

Picking a daisy.  (3/6/18)

(3/6/18)  Wesley was super patient when Grandma dragged him along to play rehearsal, and then Mama spent all day sewing squid hats. (3/7/18)

Oma Suzy flew in to spend the day with Wesley.  And also to see Elaine's play.  (3/10/18)

Where's Ariel?, wonders her mer-sister Andrina.  (3/10/18)

Reigning regally, dancing daintily.  (3/12/18)

Under the Sea was a spectacular number, and the mer-sisters were only in it because Elaine argued passionately for them to be included.  (3/12/18)

Princess Belle tries to impress Prince Eric, but she's from the wrong musical.  In the audience, Wesley helps transform Ariel into a human with magic glowing wands.  (3/10/18)

The actress is showered with flowers, wands, and dinglehoppers from her adoring fans.  (3/10/18)

My favorite actor.  (3/10/18)

Showing off her costume to friends who came to see the show, and having her picture taken with tiny mermaid fans.  (3/10/18)

Six brightly colored mer-sisters.  (3/11/18)

Stopping to pet a cat on the way home from school.  (3/12/18)

Daisy crown and tabby cat.  Is there anything more pure?  (3/12/18)

#NationalSchoolWalkoutDay.  (3/14/18)

Sixty-six students walked out.  They stood in near silence for seventeen minutes.  When anyone made noise, the others quickly shushed them.  (3/14/18)

"We're off to see the wizard!"  (3/17/18)

Wearing flowers and climbing trees.  (3/19/18)

Super excited to be playing with blocks in a different school setting at the Kindergarten Orientation.  (3/21/18)

Wesley didn't have enough accessories, so he decided to share mine.  (3/24/18)

Trudy joins us at the dinner table with high hopes.  (3/26/18)

Okay, so we forgot to feed her dinner with the other humans, but maybe if she sticks around long enough we'll give her a dessert or something.  (3/26/18)

Elaine's been wondering about holiday mythologies lately.  After asking, "Who originally theorized the existence of Santa?", she went on to explain the concept of the Easter Bunny to Wesley.  (3/26/18)

Theresa is not so sure about this.  (3/27/18)

Celebrating the release of The Snake's Song with hazelnut cake, pear cider, assorted candied nuts and viewings of Labyrinth and The Hobbit. (3/29/18)

The Give My Regards to Broadway spring break camp at Upstart Crow.  (3/30/18)

Elaine did four cartwheels during "No Business Like Show Business" and pratfalls during "Make 'Em Laugh."  (3/30/18)

While the parents drove up to Portland to see Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Live, the kids tried to make hollow eggs out of melting candy.  (3/30/18)

It didn't work very well.  (3/30/18)

But it was fun and involved sampling a lot of sugary candy.  (3/30/18)

More Easter themed activities!  (3/31/18)

Wesley got right to work dying eggs into solid colors as fast as possible; whereas Elaine focused closely on a few eggs, slowly dying them.  (3/31/18)

The orange one is a sunset; the green and yellow one is mountains beyond an ocean.  (3/31/18)

Each kids holds up their favorite egg.  (3/31/18)

These bunnies are ready for Easter.  (3/31/18)

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