Friday, October 31, 2008
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Sorry we had major shadow problems no matter where we put these animals.
And here they are working on their craft.
This is the finished product. It's a bat in case you couldn't tell.It was hard not to step in and finish painting the whole pumpkin black, but the painting was completely done by Brady which of course makes it that much better. (Craft idea courtesy of Family Fun Magazine.)
After some yummy food there was a lot of this going on.....
When was the last time you had a cow or a monkey mow your lawn?
I think these kiddos had just an OK time :) Can't believe this is our 3rd Halloween together with these sweet little ones. Where does the time go?
Hannah is the baby lying on the floor, only 7 weeks old.
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Here's a picture of the cow at tumbling class on Monday. He loves that trampoline. If he's not on the trampoline, he's jumping in the pit, that's it, end of story.
You'll see a lot more of this cow in the upcoming days. That's it for now, lots to do around here, gotta get moooooving. I know, clever.
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
And here is this picture again, that I will cherish forever and for always.
Go Get 'Em Lions! One game at a time. WE ARE..........
Sunday, October 26, 2008
Friday, October 24, 2008
Brady can tell you!
Playing with the fun Elmo toy that was given to each child!
Brady right next to the stage, sorry it's blurry.
My favorite picture from the night.
Thanks WPAFB and the USO for brining Sesame Street Live (for free) to base!
Thursday, October 23, 2008
Mike got out "Big Blue Ball" to bounce Mckenna on - put her right to sleep.
We spent a lot of time bouncing on that ball when Brady was a little one.
Brady had art class yesterday and at the end they got to play with the parachute. It triggered his memory that we have a parachute at home so of course last night we had to spend some time outside playing with it!
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
At the Lion shrine
Mike after being announced at "Tailgreat"
There's truly no place like home.
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
This is a working water wheel and mill and inside they have the original grinding stone from the 1830's that still works and operates, they make cornmeal and you can watch the gears operate the stone and see the corn fall down and watch it turn into cornmeal. Brady was fascinated, when we had to leave the mill, he cried and cried and did some more crying. He's still talking about this mill today and has told several family members and strangers about the mill he saw in the mountains. Some more pictures of the beautiful scenery.....
Don't turn us in or call me Britney Spears but here is a picture I snapped while Brady was sitting on my lap as we drove through Cade's Cove. There is a scenic driving loop that you take to see all the sites, the speed limit is 10 mph so we thought we could get away with this, he was able to see so much more and giggled the whole way. Bad parenting, I know.
We're off to Pittsburgh tomorrow and then Mike and I are on our way to State College, the happiest place on earth, on Friday for Penn State's Homecoming. I'm sure I'll have lots of pictures to share on Monday, so until then...happy (early) weekend.