Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Driving Miss Daisy (Dariya) take 2!

About a month ago, Jason spotted a Barbie jeep at a garage sale down the street.  He couldn't resist the urge to buy the jeep for the girls, full well knowing that their short little legs could barely reach the pedals. 

Thankfully the really sweet neighbors nearly gave us the car, so how could he resist? 

The girls have been having a blast playing in it and have finally figured out or have grown enough that they can successfully push the pedal and make it go by themselves.

Funniest part is Alayna is always the driver and Dariya is always the chauffeured, waving princess.  These two crack me up!  
I had a great song picked out but You tube was taking forever to upload it so I gave up to get my post finished!  So feel free to turn up your own music and drown out the audio.

Dariya had her follow up opthamologist appointment today and her doctor was thrilled with how well her eyes are already adjusting to the glasses.  She was really pleased and will see us again in the spring to make sure her prescription doesn't need to be adjusted.  If all is well we will then only have to go in yearly. 

That was good news to this mama who is about DONE with doctors appointments.  Next up, pediatrician tomorrow for Alayna's 3 year check up and Dariya's follow up shots.  Then Thursday Aidan gets his brackets placed for his palate expander and braces.    Nothing like 3 days of doctors appointments in one week.  Ugh!


Cathy said...

How fun!!!!

The Annessa Family said...

LOVE the video!


Katrina said...

Very cute. I love watching them together.

Carlene's soon to be momma :)

Becca said...

Ohhhhhh, so cute!! Love the waving princess!

Emily said...

They have their roles figured out - imagine you'll ever let them loose on the road? :)

Elisabeth said...

So cute! Dariya reminds me of a beauty pageant winner waving from the back of a convertible in a parade. Maybe one day she'll get to do that too. :-)

Ceciley2007 said...

Stumbled upon your blog, would love for you to see my daughter, Cedayne..
Here is my blog momsrdivas.blogspot.com
We are truly blessed families to have these precious children!
God bless you and your family!!! :)

ch said...

Love, LOVE seeing Alayna behind the wheel...she drives like I do. We need to get her a rear view camera.