Wednesday, October 10, 2012

The Tradition Continues

After apple picking we headed to one of our favourite sushi restaurants.  Mmm!IMG_8058

When we arrived home it was time to make apple crisp.  We pulled out our apple peeler and set to work.  Even though I don’t use it often it’s a great little tool, especially at times like this when we were making 5 apple crisps.  Sorry no pics – we ate them and gave them away before I thought to take pics.  Oops!DSC_0489

After our traditional supper of pancakes for the girls (dog bone shaped for Tor and Bec and Mickey Mouse shaped for Hannah) the girls played together.  I love to see them together and the older girls are amazing with her in spite of the age difference between them.  DSC_0492

At one point Hannah decided to teach the girls a Sunday School class.  So cool!  I’d never seen her do this and was excited to see her play school.DSC_0494

Included in this video is Hannah’s very first memory verse.  Oh how I love to hear her say it!

Sunday morning the girls were a big help and Hannah loved having her older cousins take care of her.DSC_0496

Our weekend ended with our weekly Sunday lunch at Nana and Papa’s before it was time to take the girls home.IMG_8068

We love you Bec Bec and Tor!  Let’s do this again soon!

1 comment:

  1. Adorable!!! And everyone over here remembers those cute little pants. So fun to see them still being loved.


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