Friday, November 27, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving!

We did well this year. (o: Hope you all did too.

Friday, November 20, 2009

A Brief History...

Or at least a little bit about what's been going on here. Elizabeth has been crawling for over a month now. She's almost 10 months old! She really wants to walk, and has been standing next to things then letting go and standing alone for a few seconds. She thinks she is reallly cool! She also has been eating more and more solid foods. I have hardly used any baby food jars...rather I feed her off of my plate. Here is a picture of her enjoying some good old mac and cheese.
She also looooves cushions and big fluffy blankets. She throws herself face first onto the cushion or blanket and then squeals with delite. It's super cute! I love how kind and gentle all three of her brothers are with her. If she starts getting into things that they are trying to play with, either Joseph moves her or Connor calls Joseph to move her for him. They really love her!
Also, I made the local newspaper...The Kent Reporter. A few of us helped load the food that was donated during our Lose for Good campaign onto the Food Bank truck. A reporter was there asking us questions...Debbie told him to talk to me, so there I am...the first two words of the article are my name. (o:

Lastly, I wish everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving!!! Travis got this picture from a friend on Facebook. It made us laugh. (o: Hope your turkey day is a good one!

Friday, November 13, 2009

It's all Facebooks Fault!

I don't update my blog as often because I'm always on Facebook! But, I realize that there are people who don't have fb accounts, so I better put some pictures up for all to see. (o: Tuesday, we took Jake, a little boy I watch one day a week, and the kids up to Snoqualmie Pass and played in the snow. It was so much fun! Here are some pictures of our little adventure.

Sunday, November 1, 2009


Halloween day we took a drive to Seattle, went to the church for Trunk-or-Treat, and then to G&G Nelson's for pigs in a blanket for dinner. (o: It was a super fun day and the kids got just enough candy. Yay for Halloween!