Monday, November 28, 2011

Our Thanksgiving

We had a fun weekend with our cousins. We spent Thanksgiving Day at our Auntie Dawn and Uncle Mark's house. We arrived just in time for dinner, but of course I didn't like anything they were serving. Lucky for me, mommy brought some PB& J sandwiches for us. I didn't eat a single bite though, how can you eat when so many people are around to talk to and play with?

While we were there, mommy and daddy let us play in our big cousin's room (okay maybe they didn't realize we went in there) and we fed the guinea pig magnets from Isaiah's chore chart! We were having a great time until Isaiah busted us.

Since the weather was so nice out that day, Jack and I headed outside with daddy and "the boys" for our annual Thanksgiving Day football game. This was the first year that we got to participate and let me just say, I don't know what they did before without us.

Meanwhile, Addie was inside with the girls prepping for their Black Friday shopping trip. Poor Addison, she assumed she was shopping with them. Little did she know they were going out without her after she went to bed that night!

Here's a photo of us from Thanksgiving. I know you are wondering why Jack is so sad, aren't you? I was wondering the same thing myself... Enjoy!

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Monday, November 21, 2011

Why We've been MIA

I know you guys must be wondering where the heck we are, huh? No worries...we've just be really busy lately...daddy wonders why the yard work is never done!

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Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Happy (Belated) Halloween!

Sorry we didn't get our post ready for Halloween, we were just too busy running around in our costumes getting free candy!! We had so much fun this year going door to door and loading our bags with goodies. At first I was really confused on why mommy thought I should be dressed as zoo keeper, Jack as a giraffe, and Addison as a monkey. Then, once we got outside and started getting treats, I got the hang of it! Addie had a little trouble getting the concept of just "getting the candy and going". She was all about wanting to go into each house and hang out. She's way too social, wouldn't you say?

By the end of the night, I knew exactly what to do. I'd go up to each house (holding my hat securely on my head) with my bag in the other hand. Jack would say "Trick or Treat" and I'd take my candy and place it in my bag and say "Thank you-you're welcome!".

I have to say, I really like Halloween. I'm not sure why we can't do this every night?

Here's a few pictures...enjoy!