Sunday, April 19, 2009

Pickle Juice

Well, it has been a while since I've found the time to update! Life has been so full lately. My sister, Julie just had her first baby last week who is our first nephew on my side of the family. Congratulations Julie and Tripp and welcome baby Caleb!!! My other sister, Michelle, is getting married next Saturday to a wonderful guy, Nick who we can't wait to welcome into the family! Think 5 children in the wedding and mom too. Think of all the outfits and shoes for bridal luncheon, rehearsal dinner, and of course the wedding. Add to all of that, homeschooling, spring break with a few day trips, horse shopping and paddock preparation, summer clothes shopping for all 6 kiddos who have outgrown lots of clothes, and well that equals some very busy weeks! I have lots of pictures to post from Easter and Fulton's birthday but that will have to be another day.
Now onto this post. . . Since childhood, I have always loved to drink the pickle juice from a dill pickle jar. Strange, I know, but very true. Well, who knew that little Lilly also had this same crazy taste. Recently, after we had finished eating all of the dill pickles, she asked me if she could drink the juice. I didn't think she would like it, but she did! Like mother, like daughter!!!


Jennifer Barbee said...

We were meant to be friends.... I drink pickle juice too!!!

Rebecca Sibley said...

I am so glad to get an update. WOW, you are busy with much going on! Miss ya and love ya,

Rebecca said...

Seeing Lilly's smile makes me miss you guys! Hope you get through the next couple weeks of events. Your friends, the Keepers.

Kim said...

that is sooo cute and funny!!! I also like pickle juice. did ya'll get the horse?

Kelsey S.

Cousin Sheri said...

Keep the juice-give me the pickles! God just continues to show us how our children are meant to be with us!
So good being with y'all at Michelle's grand wedding event.

Love ya!

bbmomof2boys said...

Have you ever frozen it? I never heard of frozen pickle juice until this past summer. Peole around here put it in ice cube trays with tooth picks and give it to the kids as summer treats!