Saturday, October 16, 2010

Some recent pages

I did these layouts at a crop at Scrapbook Garden last week.  I just took photos and tools again and bought the paper and embellishments at the store.  It is a lot of fun to put everything together by walking up and down the  aisles.  I can't do that too often, I have too much paper here at home.

Fall Festival

We went to the Fall Festival this afternoon.  We looked at the booths then went to to carnival where the kids rode on the rides.  Both Wyatt and Andrea had a great time and did not want to go home, but wanted to ride the rides again. 

Hot Dogs and S'Mores

 The kids stayed late on Thursday night while Nick was at school.  We decided to roast hot dogs in the Chimenea and then make S'Mores after that.  We had a lot of fun.  It took a while for Wyatt and Andrea to understand how to cook the hot dogs and the marshmallows.  They had the hardest time understanding how long it took to cook something.  The eating part was easy, we didn't even sit at the table, we just sat on the chairs and ate with our plates on our laps.  Even Andrea did well with that.

Saturday, October 9, 2010

The Pumpkin Patch 2010

 We made our annual trip out to Bergmann's Farm to choose pumpkins.  We aren't quite ready to go out in the field with Wyatt and Andrea.  In fact, the two of them were running all over the place as it was and Ray was having a hard time keeping track of both of them.  In the end, everyone got a pumpkin and I got two gourds.  The whole pile of stuff is out on the front porch where we look quite seasonal now.  Fall is fun.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Pony Tail Girl

 Andrea's hair is now long enough to wear in a pony tail.  The only problem is that she won't leave a scrunchy in her hair long enough to have one.

Andrea defines the meaning of "Shop till you drop."

We had put Andrea down for a nap the other night.  She wasn't quite ready to go to sleep and played in the bedroom for a while.  When I went in to check on her, I found her passed out on the floor, hand bag firmly in her grip.  Her mother was a shopper at an early age too.