A quick video of Jack Henry answering us. So cute!
June 28, 2010
Hard to believe this little stinker is already 1. We had a great camping birthday party and hope for many more as wonderful at this one. Thank you to all who came out for lunch to celebrate our baby entering toddlerhood!
Thank you Uncle Matt, Auntie Nicole, Logan and Cameron for my Fridge Barn!
Thank you Uncle Dustin, Auntie Erica, and Alden for my foam building blocks!
If you don't eat that cake, Emmett and Cousin Soren would gladly do it for you!
For Father's Day weekend, my dad, his girlfriend Nidia, and her grandson Shamus came up and we went camping right here in the comforts of our own backyard, Indian Mary Park. We had a blast, the boys loved camping, and it was an all-in-all great weekend.
First Day - Skipping Rocks!
Day 2 - Fishing Lessons
Perfect end to a great Father's Day weekend!
June 23, 2010
June 14, 2010
Lets be honest...our house was pink and it drove Sy crazy! Deciding on colors to paint a house is one of the hardest decisions we have had to make. It's a BIG deal if it doesn't work out, nobody wants to repaint a house, right? It took us months to figure out what colors we wanted and then at the last minute, as we were getting into the car to go buy the paint, we changed our minds completely and ended up with what we call "slightly olive/earth tones." The colors are Harvest Brown for the base, Mississippi Mud for the shutters, above the garage, and above the doorway/livingrom, and Raffia Cream for the trim.
We taped up all the windows and doors Friday night for about 4 hours. Saturday we worked from 7 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Sunday we worked from 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. We went through 10 gallons of paint (ugh), borrowed a paint sprayer, went through tons of rollers and brushes. We got sun burns, after all this rain it decided to be 90 degrees all weekend (go figure). We got over our fear of hights (Good Job Hubby!), and the end result is absolutely stunning!
4 years later and every square inch of this house (inside and out) has been painted.
Done. And. Done.