The kids woke up to goodies in their baskets. The boys were especially excited, their Easter gift was a leopard gecko. He (the gecko) was very shy with his big new family and stayed hidden under his branch. We will post pics of our newest member soon.
We had a great time dying our eggs. Our good neighbors Josh and Christian helped. Kobe did not quite get the concept of dying the eggs to save for Easter. He dyed his eggs and then ate them. Tori made the cheese dip for our after party of chips, dip, and root beer floats.
Tres participated in a Special Olympics track meet put on by the school district. He loves competing.We miss his track team the Free Spirits in Kansas sooo much. We have recently found a track team here for him to participate with. We can’t wait for track and field to start. We will have pics up as soon as it gets going. […]
Natalie’s preschool class had an assignment to make an easter bonnet at home and bring it to school for a bonnet parade. Here is our assignment (no matter what age your child is, when they have a big project its your homework too) from start to finish.
Ask me how many frames I had to use to get a picture that had all the kids looking at me. Ok, stop guessing…30! An exhausting cause for the sake of my Easter card this year. It was worth the effort. Everyone is even smiling, except Kobe. I’m just glad he stayed on the bench! I love Easter as much […]
We are a family of 7. I know big families are rare in the times we live in. Our children cover each developmental stage minus infancy. I love seeing the reactions of those who meet us for the first time. Especially those poor souls who invite us to their birthday bashes or barbecue. I am so grateful for my big […]