Friday, January 30, 2009
Friday, January 16, 2009
Monday, January 12, 2009
I will be glad when the 12 year old linoleum that is so hard to get clean and shows everything will not be there anymore :)
Friday, January 9, 2009
Tuesday, January 6, 2009
I wonder how she would react if school was to be cancelled. She doesn't know that this is possible yet. Don't anyone tell her, K?
Friday, January 2, 2009
I guess I have the traditional lose a few pounds as a resolution. Sarah is getting married in September so that is my motivation for the pounds to come off. Maybe this year will be eventful but not in a the way 2008 was at times; there are only so many accidents I can handle. Too bad I have accident prone kids. My hope is for everyone to stay healthy and happy, to get a few of the things done at the house (ie new floors in the living room, entry way, and kitchen, and then redecorating the bathrooms...wait, there hasn't really been anything done to them), figure out this future thing. I should clarify that into work and school...what exactly do I want to be doing 5 years from now and be proud of myself for? Such a monumental question and one I don't have the answer to yet. Maybe by the time my birthday roles around I'll have figured it out.
Eli had his program for preschool. They do the Christmas story and all of their circle time activities. He was one of the innkeepers in the play.
The kids were all dressed up for Eli's program. Hannah cracks me up...always posing.
Cody, Lucas, JD, Emily, Jack, and Poppy all went on a tour of Lucas Oil Stadium. This picture was on the field (as close as they would let you get). They got to see all kinds of cool places and things that you wouldn't normally see. Cody was amazed at how big the press box was.
Grandma Larney and Poppy (Cody's parents) got each family a Wii this year. This is the kids opening it; I should have used video to really capture all the excitement. All the kids opened them at the same time and there was LOTS of yelling and screaming :)
There was a common thread when opening presents for our 3. It started Christmas Eve when we were at my parents house. The kids began "fainting." If they really liked whatever it was they were opening they would instantly fall over. It was hilarious to watch.