Thursday, November 20, 2008

Love That Gym

Yesterday morning we were introduced to a new activity center that offers a wonderful place for children 6 mo - 4 yr to play and have fun, without having the added worry that an older kid is going to plow through your younger children. Our friends down the road invited us and I was impressed at the amount of things there was to play with and the price to do it. Two dollars for two hours of play is a great price especially in this day and age. There were moon walks to jump in, multiple basketball hoops, tons of balls, Fisher Price plastic houses, tunnels, oversized stuffed blocks, big wheels, cozy coups, etc. It was a play wonderland and Samuel didn't even know where to start. Here are some of our pictures to show you our day of play.

Look at me Mommy! I think that this is soooo funny....

Mastering the tricycle and having fun in the fire truck cozy coupe.

Climbing the oversized blocks.
Look at me I'm #1....such a big boy!

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

What a Day & Don't miss out on all the New Blogs Below!!

When we heard that Funky Mama was going to be playing at Pottery Barn Kids we knew that we had to get there and boogey on down! The kids loved her, I loved her, and the other moms and kiddies that went loved her too. This CD will have to be a stocking stuffer!

Groovin' with Funky Mama

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Ducky in Motion

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More Halloween Goodies

Ahh, the running around on Halloween so that everyone can see the kids is finally over, and I can now show you how we all turned out. Sam was especially excited this year and loved me painting his face. Samuel wore my pumpkin costume that I wore when I was 2 years old, and I made Isaac's costume all by myself. I am very proud of it and was very pleased the way it turned out. I'm not sure the pictures do it justice.

Yes here are our pumpkin, but unfortunately the picture did not turn out so good. Sam's pumpkin looks the best on the far left, Joel abandoned his "too hard" design that would have looked cool, and mine on the far right is a little gobblin that was really cool up close but you can't see the detail in this picture at all much less what it even is.