Sunday, September 30, 2007
So Tuesday Kirsten and I wake up at the same time and got there at 7 o'clock again. Just when I put two and two together that today was picture day and today Kirsten would be numbed. Not a good combination. In fact she came home not moving her left side at all. When I asked her if she could smile her answer was "My nose and mouth are still sleeping."
This was Kirsten an hour before Kindergarten.
So we got Kirsten ready for school and curled her hair and now we wait......to see if her mouth was still sleeping.
P.S. There is always retakes.
Thursday, September 27, 2007
for an upcoming auction / online auction on Tuesday." So Friday afternoon when the kids got home we left and another road trip was on the way. While we were there we stopped and stayed with cousin Sarah for a night. It was really fun to see her and let the kids play. Kirsten made instant friends with Sierra and was excited to have a cousin her age. Yay!McKay was the only one to take pictures of the day we stayed there. She was trying out her "new" (my old) camera.
We also went Downtown Saturday night. This picture is sorta blurry because I had forgotten to turn the flash back on.
Wednesday, September 12, 2007
P.S. Yes it was cold enough for long sleeves. We have actually had to turn our heater on at nights. It's that cold!
Monday, September 10, 2007
Nate & Betsy also share this special day with us! Happy Anniversary and we love you!
Sunday, September 09, 2007
I watched this video on tv last night and it was incredible. It happened in 1988 in Henderson NEvada. The shock wave nearly leveled tghe town and caused 77 million dollars in damages to houses and building other than the rocket fuel plant that was obliterated. I guess that problem happened that after the Challenger disaster in 86 they stopped flights but never stopped production of solid rocket fuel .... they started storing it in temporary bins and this happened.
Monday, September 03, 2007
I COULDN'T BELIEVE IT!!!! Kirsten had 130 and McKay had 133. The sad thing is is this picture doesn't show any of their houses or accessories that it comes with like baskets or strollers, etc. Between the two of them they own every " building" that has come out.
I think this is getting to be a bad habbit. I am finding myself getting "addicted" as well. They are just too cute and not expensive at all.
The good thing is, the girls play with them all the time. They are not a toy that sits their in their bin getting old.
Jake and I were trying to figure out how much money they and we have spent on them.....I don't even want to go that far.
Please, someone justify me and tell me I am not the only one.