Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Where did the time go? Lets catch up!

Well we seem to be a bit behind in our posts, so I will catch up in one random blog entry.

We had a visit from the Millers. We had a good time spending time with them, especially since we got a reprieve from reading the same bedtime stories over and over for a few days. We took a hike at Devil's Hopyard.

And threw some rocks in the river. Jack has been working on his reading skills with mommy.

And Ev has been working on his painting skills with Daddy.

And just recently we attended the town Halloween party. Everett was a rock star and stole the show. He is dressed as a "good lion".

Notice the circle of girls around him...

And last but not least, a few videos of Jack eating.

Wednesday, October 07, 2009

The coming of the Lion

The Miller family took a trip to build-a-bear today to get Everett a new good night protector. He seems to have learned that the dark is scary and for some reason he thinks a lion is going to get him. He cries and tell us "I just soooo scared the lion coming". So we got a new bear to scare the lion away and recorded our voices so he could hear them when he was scared. We shall see if it works...

Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Take Me Home Country Roads (i.e. West Virginia)

So we made a trip down South to West Virginia for Laurie and Tony's wedding. Here is a pic of me shoved in between the two car seats on our Journey down. Luckily for us, Auntie Katie bought a new car and we got to ride in luxury for the 12 hours each way. Amazingly it wasn't a bad ride.The Heymans also made the trip and the kids had a blast playing in the hotel room. Here are the little ones.

And here are the big ones.
I don't think life gets much cuter than this.

As you can see, the boys clean up pretty nicely.

Even the big one.

Everett didn't find the ceremony very interesting, but did wake up in time for some serious dancing.
Jack was a party animal.

All the Cheshire girls and our kids.

Auntie Katie and Auntie Cindy.


It was a lot of fun, but we had to say good-bye. Good-bye Heymans!