Saturday, December 19, 2009

How to eat toast and jam...

12 Inches and Counting!

It is snowing like crazy here today.  I liked this snow this time.  It was a lot more fun than last year.   Then I got to go inside and eat Grandma's homemade raisin toast by the fire.  Life. Is. Good.

My nannies in October

All of my nannies except Miss Sarah (who is now Mrs Sarah) came back for the Nanny Reunion  Previously known as the Annual Pumpkin Carving Party.  I had lots of fun with them, even though I was a little confused at first.  And my best buddy Oliver came too.



Miss Erica's peacock costume won the Best Costume prize.  It was awesome!

Me n' my HomeGirl Rachael

Here are some pictures of my and my nanny, Rachael.  I really dig her.  She keeps me in line, which Momma say that I need.  Hmmm.  I wonder what she means by that.

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Conversing with Joshua...

The conversation that took place on our recent walk around the neighborhood after it snowed last week...  Standing in front of a slightly melting snowman...

Joshua:  "Snowman can't walk."

Mommy:  "No.  Snowman cannot walk."

Joshua:  "That's sad."

Mommy:  "Do you think Snowman is sad that he cannot walk?"

Joshua:  (Shrugs shoulders, turns to Snowman) "Are you sad you can't walk?"

Sunday, December 6, 2009

I'm BAAAAaaaaaaack!

Okay, Momma's been a little crazy the last few months and hasn't put ANY pictures of me up.  Geeez, she's gotta figure this time management thing out!  Here are some of the latest...

Saturday, June 27, 2009

Momma's gettin' fancy

My Momma is the smartest Momma in the whole world. Well, at least as far as I know. She figured out how to add music to my blog. So crank up the volume and PUMP UP THE JAM!

(Okay, I didn't say she was the COOLest mom on the planet, just the smartest...)

Now if someone could help her figure out how to add the books she and I are reading, she could stop cursing at the computer and pay attention to something more important -- like ME!

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Far away

I don't know if any of my faithful readers noticed or not, but I was away last week. Far away. In a great land called Michigan. Half of my family is from there. My momma's half. There is even a family farm there. It is over 140 years old. That is like a bazillion times older than me. And I don't even know what a bazillion is! My Great Uncle Freddie took me on a tractor ride there. It was pretty cool. Here is me standing in front of the barn and in front of the farmhouse.

I got to see my Great Grandma and my Great Grandpa too. They are about 140, too, I think. Grandma really likes me. She played peekaboo with me.

I played in the Fountains and Fountainview, too. I watered the plants real good. It was hot out so I thought they would be thirsty. Great Grandma didn't really seem interested in drinking the water I brought her from the fountain. I don't know why.

And here's Great Uncle Carter taking me on a backyard tour. Great Aunt Nancy read me Pat the Bunny every day. Some times a coupla times in a row. That Paul and Judy... always wanting to play hide and seek...

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Monday, June 15, 2009

Now I am....

My momma made a really yummy carrot cake. Even Ollie liked it!

I got really cool presents like this sandbox and a new pool for the summer (Note from Momma: sandbox and pool need to stay at least 50 feet away from one another or the sandbox becomes and pool and the pool becomes a sandbox...)
And Gramma and Grampa got me my very first Tricycle! A Red Rider! With a bell. And a license plate with my name on it from Ohio. I am soooo the coolest kid on the block now!