Sunday, September 21, 2008

The Twins first and maybe last spaghetti

Tomorrow the twins will be 11 months.  I can't believe how fast time flies.  I decided to let Jena and Josh try some spaghetti.  I knew it would make a mess so I removed all clothing.  Jena and Jayden ate everything on their plates (minus the food stuck to themselves).  Josh did pretty good too.  I can say all the kids love spaghetti.  I may have saved time preparing everyone the same thing for dinner but I think it took a lot more time in clean up.

Monday, September 15, 2008

OK, our 6 year old can write better than me.

Jayden does take forever to complete a task.  If Jayden does not finish his work at school it comes home with him and he has to finish it at home.  This paper came back home with only his name on it.  He had 20 minutes to write something and all he did was write his name.  I was a little upset with him because he can do it.  I told him he had to write something to turn in the next day for class.  This is what he wrote.  I only helped him with spelling on 3 words.  I wasn't as upset with him when I read what he wrote.

My Auntie made our shirts!

Guy's sister Tricia is a clothes designer for children.  These are just a couple of the shirts that she has designed.  Thank you Tricia!

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Did someone say bike ride!

Jayden's favorite, riding his bike with his Dad.  I couldn't believe he actually went down this steep hill.  I was a little nervous, ok a lot nervous, but he did great.  He even hit a jump.  The kids are growing up so fast.

I want to go to the Park! Please!

We walked to the park near our house and here are a few pictures.

Sunday, September 7, 2008

Uh Oh we have a climber!

During my mothers last visit she stocked up the snack drawer for back to school.  The babies were not too interested in the drawer until it had something in it.  Now I can't keep them out of it.  The first day Josh found the apple sauce.   A bunch of the apple sauces had teeth marks puncturing the foil on top.  I moved the applesauces that were still sealed into the 2nd drawer,  thinking the babies could not get them there.  Think again if there is a will there is a way.  Josh pulled out the first drawer, climbed into it, and used it as a step to get into the 2nd drawer with the apple sauce.