Friday, May 29, 2009
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
(Parker's entire class singing their tribute to America)
(The boys as pirates...Yo Ho Yo Ho a Pirate's Life For Me)
Monday, May 11, 2009
Saturday, May 9, 2009
Thursday, May 7, 2009
At night, after the kids go to bed, sometimes I can hear really weird noises coming from the basement. Is the house haunted? Do we have a poltergeist? I'm just not sure. So I decided to explore and see if I could get the source on camera.
Ok, so it is really just Josh singing along with music from his laptop while he works on school work. He can sing, but sometimes because he turns the music up so loud that he can't really hear himself he ends up sounding...lets just say interesting. My husband makes me laugh, and he takes my teasing so well.
Monday, May 4, 2009
The kids are off track so they will all be at home for the next couple of weeks, that is nice (most of the time). It also means that if I can manage to get them to sleep in a little bit, I can sleep in too. Wouldn't that be nice. Funny, when they are on track, I often have to get them out of bed, but when they are off track they seem to wake up nice and early just fine on their own. Go figure.
Last Wednesday, Aubrey performed in her community ed class production of Cinderella. She was the wicked step mother, and she did a great job. Normally I would post some pictures or video from that, but unfortunately, I put the camera away a little more creatively than usual (alright, I stuck it in an obscure drawer so Logan couldn't play with it) and Josh couldn't find it to bring it over for her performance.
Friday, I took the kids to our stake road shows, while Josh worked on school stuff. We didn't get to see all of the shows because at 8:30 pm they were only about halfway through them, but the kids enjoyed the ones they saw. Our ward did a fabulous job with a "Who Poisoned the Bishop" mystery that was really funny...that was Bryce's favorite. Gavin was only interested in the ones with music he could dance to in the corner...he was on one that night, and Aubrey liked the rapping Amish guys. We had a great time.
Bryce was supposed to have his first soccer game on Saturday morning, but thanks to the pouring rain it was cancelled. That also meant the youth service project that morning was cancelled so I didn't have to feel guilty about not attending that after all. What a relief.
It's a good thing I have my family, they keep me sane (and also make me crazy sometimes) but life wouldn't be right without them.