Angel, Isaac, and Bella debuted in their kindergarten school play, "The Three Billy Goat's Gruff," as a butterfly, a bumble bee, and Fanny Goat.
Over 100 Easter eggs were collected containing enough candy to cost us over $1,500 at the pediatric dentist.
sassy, back-talking sweet, little Annie celebrated her fourth birthday with a Teddy Bear party theme. (And at this party I confessed to all of the parents that when I found out I was pregnant with her, just ten months after giving birth to triplets, I screamed in terror wept internally at the thought of another little body to be responsible for.)
We took a small trip to Knott's Berry Farm and Palm Springs with some friends who will probably never ask us to travel ANYWHERE-TOGETHER-EVER-AGAIN with them after realizing the chaos that ensues when traveling with the Kamahi Clan!
The girls begged for make-up and curls and I gladly obliged!
Mark and I enjoyed an evening at The Old Spaghetti Factory downtown, sans children!
I escorted Angel, Isaac, and Annie to the movies to watch "Monsters vs. Aliens," and had a hard time dishing out the $48.00 it cost to sit in the theater for an hour and a half, UNTIL I saw my children sporting the super-cute glasses that brought the movie to life in 3-D! (Bella was left behind due to the fact that she was paying up for a consequence she earned after taking 3 swings at her father in a complete fit-of-rage!)
Needless to say, we've been BUSY!!!