Saturday, August 30, 2008
Sophia had fun watching all of the idiots in her family.
The only way to end SSS (Slip n Slide Saturday) is with a popsicle!
Tuesday, August 26, 2008
I also wanted to share a helpful website I found. It's www.organizedhome.com. They have tons of free printables for things like weekly meal planners, shopping lists, etc....
Monday, August 25, 2008
I was worried they wouldn't like the yard because of the hill :).
Sunday, August 17, 2008
A very thought provoking fictional story about spiritual things.
Serve God, Save the Planet by Matthew Sleeth
A book about why we should care more about how our lifestyles affect others and a lot more eye opening truths.
The Red Tent by Anita Diamant
A fictional account taken from the story of Dinah in the Bible. I wouldn't call this book "inspirational" like a Francine Rivers novel, but it does give some interesting insight into what it would've been like to be a woman living in "bible times".
I'm now reading Irresistable Revolution by Shane Claiborne. So far a very challenging book. I'll let you know about it when I finish!
Thursday, August 14, 2008
Sophia is pulling up on everything. The only problem is she can't figure out how to sit down, so we have lots of frustration going on.
Micah started going to preschool last week. It's 2 mornings a week and he loves it. Duane decided it would be a good idea after he came home and found me curled up in a corner rocking back and forth while mumbling. Just kidding (sortof).
This past weekend we were able to hang out with some of our Tennessee cousins! My mom, a.k.a. hostess with the mostest, had everyone over for lunch so that we could see them while we were in town. I got to see my grandmothers and some aunts and uncles too! We are blessed with a big family.
While we were in Nashville we went to a place call The Monkey's Treehouse. It's this really cool place for kids where they have lots of different centers set up for play. The kids had a great time.
My husband is still weird.