Thursday, November 26, 2009
I'm overflowing with gratitude this Thanksgiving! Especially during these hard times that America is going through, I can't take for granted the bountious blessings around me. I am blessed to have a beautiful healthy family, with two precious children who make me smile and laugh everyday, and for a wonderful and supportive husband who loves me for me and who works so hard to provide for us. I'm greatful for friends that I can lean on, and my beautiful surroundings. Today I am thankful.
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
not quite sure what Saylor's face was doing. giving mommy dirty looks?:) that's the cutest scarecrow i've ever seen!
Saylor couldn't wait to run to the next house. The ruby slippers are fast!
after a very long day, one tired pouty little girl all "chick and cheated" out!
Halloween was so fun this year!! We went to the in-laws house for soup, scones and cider. Saylor loved every minute of it! Except getting the costume one. Once it was on she was fine, but when I would ask her if she wanted to put it on, her response was usually "itchy", and then when I told her we needed to put piggies in her hair her response was "ouch" :) She would follow the yellow brick road to the door make sure she knocked 3 times to make sure they heard her, and would say "chick or cheat". After they would put candy in her basket, she had to scope it out and make sure she liked it and that it was edible. A few times she would say to them "Sawyer candy" and make sure Sawyer got one, which usually ended up in her basket!:) After a thank you and blowing a kiss, she would say "next house". We only made it to about 10 houses, before her litte ruby slippers were tired. Saywer strolled along for the ride, chewing on the glow stick the police officers were handing out. Bobby's finally glad he can hang up the tin man costume after wearing it 4 times! .......Can't believe Thanksgiving is just around the corner!