Thursday, March 27, 2008
We spent a fun spring break day with the Gibsons and the Chapmans and Emily K. at the Adventure Science Center. We got there early and stayed most of the day. The kids had a great time. The ASC is a really cool place with lots of interactive exhibits. My favorite is the Body Quest. The exhibit takes you thru all of the systems that make up your body. The digestive system takes you from the beginning (when you eat your food) to the end.......at this point you get to climb a small flight of stairs into the "colon". When you slide down the colon you land on a very large whoopee cushion with appropriate sound effects. This was Sophie's absolute favorite part of the day. The first thing she told her Daddy about the day was "The slide pooted!" Needless to say, this took some explaining! FUN TIMES :0)!
Sunday, March 23, 2008
Wednesday, March 19, 2008
3. for peace for Brenda, her husband, Billy, and their 2 girls: Rebekah, 13, and Emily, 10
4. for school to go well for the girls. Brenda is a very organized, conscientious homeschool mom! It will be hard for her to “take it easy.”
5. for peace for our mother, as her “baby” goes through this time
Tuesday, March 18, 2008
Saturday, March 15, 2008
If you know Sophie you know that this bear is perfect for her!
Don't you love the red wig?
He thought the bear making was "boring" (his words) but the game shopping fun!
We didn't shop anymore after we purchased the bears. Shopping with two girls carrying bears and us carrying the large cardboard "houses" that the bears live in just was too much of a challenge. We loaded up the car and went to KRISPY KREME! (and yes, the hot light was on!). A great end to a fun evening.
~Happy Soggy Saturday~
Thursday, March 13, 2008
P.S. In case you don't have my blogroll memorized (I don't know why you wouldn't) the links are Leslie and Shelly. ~Happy Blogging~
Wednesday, March 12, 2008
Tuesday, March 11, 2008
Saturday, March 08, 2008
Thursday, March 06, 2008
My brown eyed baby boy turned 10 today! It makes my heart sad and glad all at the same time. I miss the little guy who always told everyone "hi-ya" and loved his meet-meet (blanket) but at the same time I am intrigued by all that he is becoming. He is so insightful and thoughtful, always making sure that everyone is okay. I love seeing his talents develop, whether it is piano, baseball or in school. I love that he loves to learn. I pray that this year he continues down these same paths and I hope he knows how much I love being his Mom!