Wednesday, February 07, 2007

A few pictures.....

Here are the boys playing in the snow. They liked the snow MUCH better than freezing rain and sleet. We threw real snowballs and ate snow and made a snowman. We (well, I) could have made a much bigger snowman but it would have taken a long time. My little snowman friend lasted about 10 minutes because snowmen are much more fun to CRASH than watch melt, don't ya know.

Isn't this cute? I can see him 12 years from now with whatever super deluxe ipod is around then. Isaac got a little FP3 player for Christmas which we put some Dr. Seuss books on and some Veggie Tales. It is super easy to use but Isaac likes to keep pushing the buttons and I have to start it over all the time. He enjoys it though--as does his brother, who does not have one, which causes sharing problems. It is conveniently put away for a bit (hear evil laugh now).


We went to the Heard Museum to see a life size dinosaur exhibit. It was really fun. Ewan will tell you that he liked all the dinosaurs except for the T-Rex which was very scary. We got to see (live) rattlesnakes and dinosaur bones.

Here we are after dinner doing a sticker activity book. These books are actually pretty fun. I wouldn't mind decorating the pages myself--I have to keep myself from fixing where they put the stickers. I haven't posted pictures in a while so I thought I would post some recent pictures.

3 comments:

mamabrown said...

Just caught up on your blog. So funny, sweetie. I laughed so hard when Isaac said he wanted to be CAKE when he grew up! How funny. When we were at the store the other day he was impressed with the size of the cookies being displayed in the bakery section. He said, "COOKIES!" Aren't they little miracles? Grandchildren are marvelous.

Anonymous said...

Billy wanted to a bum when he grew up,Janet wanted ro be a mommy,Chris wanted to be a carpenter,Tim wanted to make prople laugh,Janet got her wish,Tim does make me laugh,Chris changed his mimd and wanted to be rich,Billy could never be a bum so he settled for being a carpenter.Amy wanted to be a waitress,so I suppose as much as Amy waits on her beautiful little boys,she has done that,and now has worlds to conquer and lives to shape-years to love--babies to hold -time to face all the hardships--time to hold tight the things that matter and discard the little things that rear their ugly heads that all of us encounter--and somrtime in the distant future be able to hold her great grandchildren as I have had the good luck to do....love ,gramma Gray

amelia said...

hahahahaha Grandma! I don't ever remember saying I wanted to be a waitress but it doesn't surprise me that I did say that at some point. I do feel like a waitress sometimes--although a very loved one who gets good "tips" (aka hugs and kisses) from her husband and sons!