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Sunday, May 31, 2009



I had some fun with Ash last week playing dress up... I think I may have a little angel on my hands.

Made a little movie... very rough draft... didn't even edit any pics.
Wanna see it? Here it goes!! :)

Click on this link to see it... and don't forget to click the little HD button to the right of the red scroll bar to watch it in a higher quality.

Ash's Dress Up Video

Quote of the Day

"I am just so happy with life... like soaking in the sun, soaking the Vitamin D, I'm soaking in Vitamin LOVE."
- Ted Kirby said right before talking about buying a trailer... AGAIN!

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Photography Play Date with Auntie Kel!

Tonight Auntie Kel met us at the ferry and we went into Fort Langley for a little photography playdate! My kiddos are so good when it comes to having their pictures taken so they're the perfect subjects to play with and have fun with!

I was teaching Auntie Kel some tricks and testing out my new fancy dancy camera... must say, I've FALLEN IN LOVE!!!!!! Like it feels like my insides are doing a little dance, I love it sooooo much!!!!

Here's some pics from the evening:

Sunday, May 24, 2009

Quote of the Day

"Why is it girl cheese... and not boy cheese?"

-Jake Kirby speaking of grilled cheese sandwiches

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Graduate of Pre-School

Well THIS was just yesterday wasn't it? I mean, didn't I write that blog post last week?!? It seems like the past two years of preschool have gone by so quickly, I didn't even see them go. I know they say once you have babies that time flies... and I always believed them, but it's different when it actually starts happening. It actually makes me tear up to read that post about her first day of school.

But, I couldn't be more proud of her. She truly excelled throughout her two years of preschool... both socially and academically. She is such a good little friend and all the girls love her. I adore that quality she has that just makes people fall head over heels for her as soon as they meet her.

At our parent teacher interview last year, we were told that she was not only ready for kindergarten, she'd be ready for Grade One as well!

We are just so proud of our little girl... she just continues to amaze us. We love her to bits.
So in honor of her last day, I decided to take her out for a little mini photoshoot. We were a little distracted but still managed to get some nice keepsakes.

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Camping Trailer.... Anyone?!?!?

Hey Everyone!
Ted and I have decided that to continue our camping, etc. with the kids, it would be easiest to do it in a trailer.

Sooooo, we're looking for either a camping trailer under 19' or a tent trailer. We are up for some minor reno'ing but all equipment must be working.

If you or anyone you know has something like this sitting around in your driveway or beside your house, let us know! We'd love to come see it!!


Thanks so much everyone!!

Friday, May 15, 2009


For those of you that don't check my professional blog, I just wanted to let you know that I put some pics of Tessa, Jessica Webb's new little girl, on there. I know a lot of you that don't follow the blog were waiting to see them. Just click on the link below:


Quote of the Day

"Honey, I'm a social butterfly... I have to spread my wings!"
- Ted Kirby

Tuesday, May 12, 2009


I'm back!! And for those of you who don't follow my Facebook or Lucy Lime blog (and I can think of at least 10 of you), here are some pics that I did up quick yesterday!
More to come I'm sure!

It really was an amazing trip... we were only gone for 9 days (and two of those were travelling) but my gosh, we fit a lot in! East Grinstead, two twin sessions, a day in London, Stone Henge, Cornwall and the beaches, shopping, Cornish Cider Farm, i don't know how many pubs, family visiting, old cathedrals, ancient graveyards, TWO curries, Twickenham and Richmond, cream tea, took in some surfing (not me... Shannon's Brother in law!).... soooooo much!

About half way through the trip I got some serious home sickness and was counting the hours, minutes, and seconds until I got to go home. But it got better and we had a blast! Can't wait to go back with Ted to see Scotland.... definitely will have to make it a longer trip this time.

It really is amazing to be in a place that holds soooo much history. I just couldn't wrap my mind around the though that people had been living their lives there for hundreds and hundreds of years... the architecture was just amazing and I don't think anything blew my mind like St. Pauls Cathedral. We weren't allowed to take pics but Shannon held her camera down at her hip and snap some shots... they turned out AWESOME and hopefully she'll post them on our Lucy Lime blog. Anyways, here's a few pics!

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