Showing posts from December, 2009

About time...

I thought it was about time to update. Why is this underlined? What is going on? Stupid blogspot.
Anyways, here is a picture of the kids and Jason looking at the fish at Bass Pro Shops where we went to get their pictures taken with Santa. It was a great Santa, but a horribly long wait and not a pleasant experience. If anyone knows of another free Santa, let me know.
We went to a retirement center to get the kids' pictures taken with another Santa, but he left 15 minutes before we got there. So we took pictures with Nanny. It was also during naptime... not my brightest move.
Here is my studmuffin in his Christmas outfit. I think he's just sooo adorable.
Anyway, other things that are happening-
We leave on December 24th at 6:45 am to go to Bozeman, MT for Christmas. I am TTTTTTTTTHHHHHHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIISSSSSSSSSSSSSSS EXCITED! I'm so incredibly ready. It's been a rough year and an even rougher couple of weeks. I'm ready to chill out on the couch and talk to my sib…


I'll be home for Christmas, You can count on me, I'll be home for Christmas, on United flight 5693! 2006


On my mind...

There's been a lot on the old noggin lately. Here's a brief synopsis. Firstly, my beautiful children are growing everyday. Gaining independence, making their own decisions, it's very exciting to watch. The weather has changed and cooled down, so out came the winter coats! This is Annabelle, I babysit her and her brother everyday from 7:30-5:30. They're a lot of fun and play super well with my kids, so it's been a blessing.
This is Archer, quite the ham! He's 3 and tries to be the boss a lot, it's a power struggle between him and Bailey.

And this is my little man in his winter hat. Isn't it precious?!?

Here is the average lunch set up. They all get different things for lunch because Annabelle is lactose intolerant and Archer is allergic to gluten. It's quite a challenge, but we make it! We also had a wonderful trip to Poplar Bluff for Thanksgiving. This is Grandma cutting up the pecan bark from Emily's work in Montana. It was AMAZING!!!

Grandma and…