Friday, December 31, 2010

Happy New Years!

N is winding Molly down for bed time. We're putting 7 kids (ages 8 months to 7 years) down under one roof. Then the adults get to ring in the New Year.

Thursday, December 30, 2010



(and that's as good as it's going to get folks)

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Winter Wonderland

Stepped outside the cabin to take a quick video of all the lovely snow. You can hear all the snow plows working hard in the distance. Blue skies peaked through for a bit, but it's back to a light snow.

horsie rides

N definitely got his workout after this.

Molly workout

To quote N, "Better than a kettle ball."

The Family Ugg

The fake mini Uggs that I got Molly last year (on the big side) still fit. Yay!


Drove up yesterday. It was snowing when we arrived. N brushed off a good foot of snow from the top of the Yukon this morning. Not sure how much actually fell.

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Beer check

As soon as the step ladder comes out Molly is hot on your heels.

Monday, December 27, 2010

Division of labor

Aunt Tracey does all the work while Molly has a rest.

Sunday, December 26, 2010

It's a Molly in the box!

Molly emptied out her toy box at Grandma's house and daddy is taking her for a spin.

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Merry Christmas

Molly is loving the horsie stable she got from Santa.

Friday, December 24, 2010

Santa was here

Santa was here and presents are now under the tree. Plus stuffed stocking. Molly will be super excited tomorrow morning.

Cookies for Santa

(and a carrot for Rudolph)

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Story time with Granny

While N, Aunt Tracey, and Grandpa are outside brewing some beer Molly is being read Christmas books by Granny.

Mom's cleaning the house.

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

A little light reading...

Every now and then Molly will situate herself with a book and flip through the pages. She takes her time. A little reading break if you will.

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Saturday, December 18, 2010


Finally pulled over so Molly could see Rudolph in lights.

Comfy cozy

Molly runs up to N and asks to go "comfy cozy" (this position in his arms). Then she asks for a kiss. So cute!

That's my cutie!

Waiting for friends to show up at Stacks.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Daddy and his girls.

Furry and human girls.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Holiday Party

Last weekend N's company hosted a dinner cruise on the SF Bay. We went on a lovely yacht called the Merlot and it was a gorgeous night. We departed from Pier 40 and since the water was calm we were able to go out under the Golden Gate before turning back.

Taking off:

Wine Tasting:

Port of San Francisco:

Golden Gate:

Christmas Tree

This year I somehow managed to con N into putting up the tree. Oh, the drama. Here he is trying to find a "Made in China" stamp on the box so he can fully accuse me of trying to kill him with lead poisoning.

Then when I tell him he needs to "fluff" out the tree branches to fill things in he tries to get Molly to do it for him!

Apparently that whole lead poisoning concern was no longer an issue now that he was getting his own daughter to do his dirty work. After some dramatic coughing fits because of all the dust and LOTS of bitching, he finally did get the tree up. I got the lights on and Molly helped me out with the decorations. Mainly telling me where to put everything.

Now every morning Molly asks me to turn on the lights for HER tree. I've showed her how to do it, but she likes to stand right in front of the tree when they are turned on. She also makes me turn them off whenever we leave the house. At first I thought it was cute, my daughter was being all green and conserving energy. Then yesterday Molly and I were leaving the house, but daddy was still here and she still insisted I turn off the xmas tree lights. Apparently if Molly is not there to enjoy the tree NO ONE can.

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The Nightmare Before Christmas

Watching The Nightmare Before Christmas with Molly bug all snuggled up on the couch.


Molly walked up to us with this box on her head (front flap was closed). She then proceeded to say, "Knock, knock!" to which N replied, "Who's there?" At this point Molly opened up the flap and yelled, "It's a Molly in a box!"

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Rub my back!

Nah, she's not spoiled. Not at all.