Sunday, March 23, 2014

March haps

We have been busy this month.  Roman, Kira, and Blakey had birthdays.  
Iron Man made an appearance at Roman's birthday party.  Heather always puts on a good party.

Got some funny pictures of Kira.  Lately, she's been saying, "Whatever."

Blakey is growing right up.

Tyler getting aggressive with the pinata.

I watched Iron Man make some balloon toys and made a sword for Blakey.

Hobble and his family stopped in on their drive from Oregon to Dizzyland.  I hadn't seen Hobble since our wedding, and before that, we hadn't seen each other since high school.  It was good catching up and meeting their kids.  You know Hobble has a Corvette?  Yeah.  Wow.

We sang happy birthday to Blakey and let him blow out the candle.  Kira had her birthday on Thursday and got some Hello Kitty stuff.

The kids had a good week away from school.  The weather was nice and they jumped on the tramp quite a bit and seemed to get along.  I worked six days this week and am grateful for work.  Heidi could probably write a lot more about what's up, but these pictures and a little text are gonna have to do.

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Tyler's prayer

Dear, Great Heavenly Father.  We're grateful for this day.  We're just a little bit sad that we didn't get any rain."

He's said some other funny things, I just can't remember them right now.

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Scott's baptism weekend

Scott was baptized on March 1st at the stake center in Antioch.

Grammy and Grampy came 

Pop came too

The boys caught a frog in the golf course and made a little ecosystem with the lizard's terrarium.

Dad's not totally stoked about how Kira rubs his ear.  

Grammy and Grampy got Scott some scriptures

Blakey wants cookies before breakfast.

For cub scouts, Scott wanted to make some bean bags.  I showed him how to use the sewing machine and he was working for quite a while.  I got the boys into making fancy patterns with the embroidery tool and now we're going to get Scott into quilting.  I mean, heifer, if he's into sewing, we're going to encourage him.  Better that than being on the computer all the time.

He was showing Tyler how to scroll through the menus.