Allie (I think) and Anna (I think) checking out the loot.
Anna and Allie. Please note that Anna was pushing Allie out of the photo zone as she wanted HER picture taken ALONE.
Butterflies and babies.
If you have almost three year olds, I highly recommend these doodle thingies from Fisher Price.
Anna pushing Em, who is in a doll play yard.
Allie copying Em by sitting in a doll play yard.
Here are the girls right before we headed off to Grammy and Papa's house. Allie, who is on the right, is trying SO VERY hard to not smile.
She had a complete and utter breakdown as I was trying to dress her. It was fairly cold out so I decided to dress the girls with leggings under their skirts. Allie flipped out as I was attempting to pull her leggings on her. She kept saying that she wanted to wear the skirt. I know, Allie, but you have to wear your leggings too. She finally agreed to wear socks. Geeeeesh. The mind of a toddler. So she had recovered by the time I was taking these pictures but she was acting like she was still upset which meant that she couldn't smile.
And yes, Amelia, that is Anna's special doll that Allie is holding. Allie has taken a liking to it. You know what that means. Yes, she usually wants to play with it when Anna does.
The girls at Grammy and Papa's house - Allie's real smile is back.
Rich has a video clip up on his blog of the girls opening their presents and, errr, the sharing that goes along with having sisters. Click here for a direct link to that post.