Tonight is the real spectacle, as this little lion will meet up with his buddies the monkey, bear and elephant, but I wanted to give him a chance to give the costume a test-run.
I forgot to write about a hilarious moment at Carson’s first first birthday party. (No, that wasn’t a typo.) Charlie (pictured) is Trent’s grandmother’s husband, and he is such a neat guy. Carson had warmed up to him and was sitting in his lap, when he reached in Charlie’s mouth and his teeth came out!Continue reading “What kind of freaky trick is this?!”
Somehow I don’t think this is what the Scripture was referring to when it says “Train up a child in the way he should go.”
Saturday was a gorgeous day, so the three of us decided to go to the zoo, which we had been wanting to do for a long time. We kind of had to lower our expectations for Carson’s first encounter with all the animals. I had imagined him staring, mesmerized and filled with joy by theContinue reading “How Many O’s in Zoooooology?”
Poor C-dog took a header onto the back patio the other day and now has a nice scab on his forhead. After the initial tumble it hasn’t seemed to bother him much. Funny story–yesterday at church we were down in the kiddo-land, and when someone asked about Carson’s owie Trent said he fell and hitContinue reading “Scabbyhead takes a bath”
“Please” in sign language. It’s really only supposed to be one hand, but the double hand action indicates a silent, urgent whining: “Puleeeeeheeeheeeeeheeeeeeese!!!” TaDa! Superman showing his supersmile. Oh, Dryer, I love you so! Why don’t you hug me back? Ah, the first tent is the start of a true outdoorsman. Except, you know…indoors.
…is my addiction to pictures. I constantly am reaching for the camera, mediocre as it is. I know the joy I get from looking at these pictures, sharing them with all of you, and being creative as I scrapbook them. However, sometimes I’m so focused on getting the perfect pictures that I can’t just enjoyContinue reading “My strength and my downfall….”