Monday, June 28, 2010

Pine Cove

Rock n RollZ & Alex

Kayak & Fritz

The boys absolutely loved camp. They studied Gideon and were with super Christian counselors.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Tyler Quiz

1. Which girl is Teddy? 2. Which girl is Bear?

3. Which girl would release the bird? 4. Which girl would keep it?

5. Which girl is rock being changed by water? 6. Which girl is water trying to change rock?

How well do you know my daughters? Check the comments to see the answers.

Where's Waldo?

My Waldos on our new swing, Ben made and hung with his fancy knot tying skills. For their summer camp they had a Waldo theme night. What fun to find the real Waldo in a roomful of Waldos.

White T-shirts with red duck tape. Dollar store glasses and red clown noses that double as the pom pom on Waldo's hat. In a pinch you can be Waldo too.

Thursday, June 17, 2010

The only stairs in my house

Dancing on the head of a pin

My little angels turned 6 and 4 respectively in the last few days. Emily, who is a most unusual child, wanted shots for her birthday and carrot cake. She actually got both. And true to herself, she didn't even cry when she got her 4 shots. She was a picture of calmness. I'm not sure what God has in store for her, but she is fearless and strong.

It is nice to see my little stone soldier in feathers and fluff. I love the one glove. She is really styling.

Emily is instructing her wayward sister. Jane's facial expression is quite scornful. Dear me.

Glowing in her costume with her hand on her hip. This angel needed cuddling after her five shots. I would too.

Friday, June 04, 2010

Minus 3 Plus 3

A grin to commemorate. In the last 10 days Fritz lost 3 teeth and 3 adult teeth are cutting through.

If you are...

When Jane said she is still going to drink out of a sippy cup when she grows up, Emily said, " If you are going to marry a husband, you've got to think like a lady."

While I laughed at Emily's profound and comical statement, Jane did rebut with, "Stop telling me what to do!"

Dear little girls, I couldn't agree more. Don't marry a man, marry a husband. And be sure, the true lady hides her sippy cup under her gown.