Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Look Who's Two......

To Andrew on your second Birthday,

You are such an amazing little boy. We are so blessed to have you in our home and family. You are always making us laugh. You have such a wonderful sense of humor, and a heart melting smile.

You look just like your dad, it's like having a mini version of him with me all day. You love your brother and sister you always try to be just like them and copy the things that they do. You cry when they go to school and cannot be with you. You have such a wonderful love for you family, you always want everyone together all the time. If someone is missing from the room you leave to go find them and bring them in . Everyone who spends time with you loves you and thinks that you are so fun and cute. Before we had you dad and I felt that there was someone missing in our little family, you have filled that void with so much, we can't imagine our lives without you. Everyday we have with you is a blessing and a gift.

Andrew we love you

Happy Second Birthday

Monday, August 18, 2008

The First Day Of School

Today was the first day of school. Alex started Kindergarten and Emily started Preschool (if you ask her she will say "I am going to Pretty School"). They both did really well and were very excited. Alex was up and dressed at 4:30 this morning, he cried when I told him it wasn't time to get up for school yet.

Friday, August 15, 2008

Homemade Butter

It has always been my dream to make homemade butter with a butter churn. Well I don't have a butter churn, but I found a great recipe for homemade butter in a jar. Me and the kids had a blast making butter, and even more fun tasting it.

Summer School Time

I love school and school supplies,
as soon as they went on sale
I bought the kids there own little school
box filled with goodies for them to use
when we play school at home

Monday, August 4, 2008

What's Inside? Does Anyone Know?


The kids love playing hide-and-go-seek. Most day's before dad gets home, he calls to let me know he is on his way. I tell the kids to hurry and hide, than when daddy gets home he goes around the house trying to find them. This was one of their hiding spots. It took daddy a wile to find them. (mom did a little misdirecting to help)