Thursday, September 25, 2008

Monday, September 22, 2008

Grandmother's Pictures

Steve's mom is an awesome photographer and she took some amazing shots of the kids that I have to share.

We love you Grandmother. Thanks for coming to see us. We miss you :(

Saturday, September 20, 2008

I'm going to tag Rachel, Cathy and Kate with this one. Post a picture of you with your kids and answer these questions!

1. How many children do you have? 2

2. What are their ages? Georgia is almost 5 and Jude is 3 1/2.

3. What time do you start your day? I roll out of bed about 8-8:30...ok sometimes later.

4. What do you eat for breakfast? toast or a bagel

5. Do your kids watch TV? of course! PBS mostly and videos

6. What are their favorite activities? playing together (playing kitty), riding their bikes, watching movies, going to see the cats at The Factory, going to McDonald's,

7. Do you get a break during the day for some you time? absolutely. That's what I love about having 2 so close in age. They entertain themselves.

8. How do you end your day? Check the computer, knit and/or sudoku

9. What is your best parenting advice or tip? Each child is different, what works for one probably won't work for the other

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Cute, Cute, Cute...if I do say so myself

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

I'm A Superior Wife!!

This is so funny. I'm kinda surprised at how high my score was!


As a 1930s wife, I am

Take the test!

Monday, September 8, 2008

We went to a fun ice cream place called Treats by the Track. It's in a renovated train depot (or newly constructed one to look like an old one). Jude got real hand-dipped Italian water ice-blue raspberry. Yum! I used to love that stuff when I was a kid and got it at Miller's Variety Store in Souderton.

Georgia and Jude each picked a tiny watermelon from my parents' garden. One was yucky, the other was really delicious!

Saturday, September 6, 2008

Happy Birthday Dad!

I know you said you didn't "have" a birthday today, but Happy Birthday anyway! I love you.

Here are some more PA pics. We met Rachel and the girls at the Crayola Factory in Easton. It was really fun. Kind of a hands on museum too. They had a barge water thing and lots of coloring/crafts.

Georgia and Rose spent a lot of time coloring their lizards while Jude preferred playing in the colored sand.

That huge crayon the kids are by is the world's largest crayon. It was for their 100th anniversary I believe.

Tuesday, September 2, 2008