Wednesday, May 31, 2006

sleepy guy

Elijah fell asleep today in his lunch.

Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Goodnight My Father

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Hey everyone, here is the audio of me singing Goodnight My Father. So sorry that I took so long posting this! Enjoy!

Goodnight, my Father
Put thoughts of Jesus in my head
Holy Spirit comfort me
Put angels all around my bed
And fill my dreams with the things that please You
I long to hear Your sweet voice
It is so peaceful

Saturday, May 20, 2006

One Row At A Time

This is extreem knitting at it's finest. Click on the blue underlined words below to read the story:
Knitting with utility poles

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Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Paper bag boy

Sometimes, Andrew reminds me of a kitten.

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Friday, May 12, 2006

go baby go!

Though I'm not a morning person, my little men are at full throttle from the moment they hit the floor. Here's a clip of their latest and greatest: head-to-head racing.
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Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Big Boy

Two days ago on Hannah's birthday, Elijah took his first steps. Greg gave him two plastic eggs, then backed away, and he took 10 or 15 steps towards him. Since then we haven't really been able to get him to take more than a step or two, because he's too smart and knows our tricky ways now. I wasn't able to grab my camera fast enough to record thish event for all of you, but I do have another "first" here:
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Monday, May 08, 2006

Neighbor drips

Ok, I've got several new kid videos, but I'll release them one at a time so you'll have something to look forward to. I had to show you all this one first, because it's just so unbelievable.

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Have you watched it? Ok, then read on:

Soon after that, the neighbor came home to discover that he'd left some meat thawing in the sink with water running over it....when he went out to the store. The meat had thawed, sagged down into the drain and clogged it. The water was making his kitchen into a lake, as well as ours. By the time an hour had passed, Greg had emptied those buckets three times each. Thankfully, everything dried out just fine, and nothing of ours was damaged. At least it wasn't the toilet again. Now, if that had happened while we were out, we would have been pretty upset (we kept a bunch of important things on the counter, but have since found safer homes for them). So everything turned out fine in the end. Thank God! Also, we got to meet the neighbors.