Ever wonder what a family of 6 with kids ages 6 - 7 1/2 months do on a Friday night. Well, let me say...a picture is worth a thousand words. We borrowed a "Nintendo Wii" from a friend at church. Who is having more fun with it? You decide.
Friday, September 28, 2007
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Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Wednesday nights are always an exciting time for the kids. Christopher and Kaibryn are involved in AWANAS at church. Kaibryn is a "Cubbie" and Christopher is a "Sparky." We spend time during the week memorizing Bible verses and then on Wed. nights they say their verses for their leaders and play games. They love it!!!! This past Wed. night Kaibryn earned her first patch for her vest and Christopher won a frog for saying all of his verses.
Cooper and Kaityn go to the nursery. Cooper learns about missionaries. This past week he learned about a missionary who gives eye glasses to people in other countries. For their craft they made glasses. When I went to pick him up he was the only child in his class with his glasses on. He was VERY proud of them and of course they were blue. Every week when he goes in his first statement is "I want a race car." He is REALLY into the movie "Cars" and loves "Dale Jr." He is very funny!!!!
Sweet Kaityn Mae goes into the nursery and we are asked constantly "Is she always this happy?" Yes, she is. What a blessing. She never cries unless she is hungry, tired, and lately if she falls. She has been crawling since she was about 5 1/2 months old. Well now she is pulling up on everything. She has not quite figured out how to get down once she is up. So, she just falls and cries for a little bit and then she tries it again. I just know that one of these days she is going to let go and start running.
Life is crazy but fun around here. We love every one of you and hope you are having a great week.
Posted by The Anderson Zoo at 9:17 PM
Monday, September 10, 2007
Kaibryn asked me this morning if she could put on some make up and being the cool mom I am I let her. I told her I would take her picture and she ran back to her room and these pictures show the end result.
Posted by The Anderson Zoo at 12:50 PM