Sunday, October 30, 2011
Because we move about every nine months, we can't (or rather, are smart enough not to) paint the walls in the boys room, but I really wanted their walls to be as cool as ours were. SO, when I found out we were having another boy I commissioned my dad to do some paintings on canvas that we could transport from place to place. I honestly don't think he could have done a better job if he tried. PERFECT! Just what I wanted. AMAZING! The boys room is done in a cars/trains theme and the 20X20 paintings my dad did are great.
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Our family with the tree...the REAL tree. Evie is going to be the tree for halloween (and T's going to be a Stanford football player) so we thought it'd be fun to get a picture with the real deal. Luckily Everett looked so cute in his outfit they let us go all the way down to the field! What a fun way to end an awesome game.
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Monday, October 24, 2011
Katie is super talented and cute and I loved getting to know her better. Three quickies about her: she makes pregnancy look ridiculously adorable, she makes darn good pumpkin chocolate chip bread & she should start her own purse-making business. Seriously, she had the cutest purse I think I've ever seen and she made it. She's just awesome.
This photo-chain could have easily been titled, "Taking a decent picture of two two-year-olds is nearly impossible." I really wanted a picture with them together, and this is as good as it got! Talmage loved playing with Tyson, and I think Tyson liked it too...until they were playing football and Ivan taught Talmage how to tackle. It was all over from there!
Thanks for the visit you guys. Come back soon!
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
T is starting to REALLY cheese it up during pictures! At least he's not ignoring me like he's done for the last 2 1/2 years of his life when I try to take his picture. ;)
This horse was the only one he felt totally comfortable with! And just in case it isn't clear in the picture, it's a statue! We loved visiting the Red Barn, and T's only complaint was that there were no cows, chickens and pigs. He kept saying, "Uh...And on his farm there was a COW. Not just horses!" So now I'm on the hunt for a farm with cows, and chickens and pigs!