Sunday, February 21, 2010

I love to Laugh!

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I thought it was a simple request ...

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All I wanted was a picture of my two guys together. A simple request right? You would think that I would have learned by now. So, for your viewing pleasure ... how many snapshots does it take to get the perfect picture?

Answer? : I may never know!

Friday, February 12, 2010

The Life of My 2 Year Old

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The other day we had a day of adventure and mischief with our little Abraham. First thing in the morning, I was feeding Tyler and he was running around. I heard something dump out in the kitchen and assumed he'd dumped out Tyler's Gerber puff snacks, again, (he can't get his hand into the container because of the way it is shaped) so I didn't do anything immediately. After I finished feeding Tyler, I went into the kitchen and found he'd dumped out all my baking chocolate pieces. His mouth was full of chocolates, as were both hands. When I came in he smiled and said, "I found all mine chocolate Mom!". He was so pleased with himself.
Abraham loves to watch TV in our bedroom and he and Tyler have their own little chairs that they sit in when they are in there. He has also learned how to use the buttons on the side of the TV and turn it on himself. So, while I was cleaning up dinner, he went into my room, undressed, and turned on TV. I walked in to find him like this.

Finally, that night, Ken went in to check on the boys. He came out of Abraham's room and immediately grabbed the camera. This is how he found Abe sleeping.

He'd had a long day. Such a cute kid!

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Gotta love a good sport!

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Ken and I had some friends over the other evening to play some games. We love playing games with these guys because they think "punishments" are as much fun as we do. You may remember our last foray with Soy Joy bars. Anyway, Mark and Jonathan were our game losers. And they were great sports, as evidenced by the pictures below. Let's admit it, the punishments are as fun as the games themselves. There is a cartoon about a little pig named Olivia. She pronounces "Rules of Life" during her show. My favorite Rule of Life (I don't remember it exactly, but you get the idea): Whatever the problem, costumes are always a good solution.