Monday, October 26, 2009

Halloween fun

These photos are from a recent Birthday/Costume party we went to a few days ago.

Here is the group shot- Sam is the Forest Man, holding Atti, and Patchie is Indiana Jones on the other end.

And here are a couple of priceless shots of Atti, trying on some different costume ideas.

Firefighter Atti.

And Redneck Rocker Atti.

It's obvious which he will be for the big night. The boy was just made to rock the mullet!

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Summer flashback

The fair. Not much to say about, fun, rides, hot, ice cream, hot, crowded. Turns out I'm not a huge fan of the fair, but the kids- they love those rides. And me, I love those kids, so I see many more hot, sticky, long summer days spent following them around at the fair.

Monday, October 5, 2009

More of that baby

So, like usual, I am here to plead my case of extreme busy-ness, which has been exacerbated by a baby that now crawls. Yes, crawls. Not too quickly yet, but he is really on the go now. He no longer rolls to get places, ending up somewhere quite differently then he had originally intended. (Such is the nature of rolling as a mode of transport. Not too accurate). Now he can spy something small and choke-able from across the room and head straight for it. And since the computer lives in the same room as all the legos, I no longer spend any time in here, it being chock full of small, colorful pieces of plastic that an 8 month old would just love to get into his mouth.

And, as usual, when I find myself with some quiet time to blog, like now, it is because it is late and the children are in bed, and I'm tired and also want to get into bed.

So, instead of filling you all in on our current news, or even another summer flashback installment, I will opt for the easy way out and just post some more dang cute photos of my baby. Because I know that's really what you come here to see anyway!

Technically these are a summer flashback, as they were taken in August, before the advent of the crawling...ah those were the good ol' days...