Monday, September 14, 2009

Not too exciting, but cute

Erica is student teaching out at Margaret Leary. She told us they have a great playground. It's actually two seperate playgrounds and some huge soccer fields. We ended up going out there twice last week. It's really nice. Here's Lando man on the horsey.
The boys love this bridge. They are still a little small for it, but they think they are pretty cool when they're on it!
Kyle and I went down to Missoula to visit Frost on Sunday. It was really nice to see him, and he's making progress every day. So the fam took care of my kids. Here's Miss Avery at the park. They must have caught her in the two seconds she'll leave this hat on!
She's my little cutie pie. One of her top teeth is through with the other one coming soon. I'll try to get a picture.
Here's Carterman on the bridge. He talks about this thing in his sleep! He mumbled last night, "I need to go to the bridge."!
This is one crazy picture! I'm glad it was so nice yesterday so they could get the boys out to run and run.
Avery always has some silly grins for Auntie Erica. She is just chomping on that finger - it must feel good on her little gums.
This picture makes me laugh. Carter told me he was keeping the rain off of Daddy. You can tell he thinks he's pretty amusing. We give Pixar a bit of money: A Cars umbrella, Cars slippers, and Toy Story pajamas!
Morning nap time. Abbey is very good at getting my girl to fall asleep. After a delicious Sunday breakfast, Avery usually sleeps about 45 minutes or so.
I'm not sure if she's ever going to actually crawl or not. She army crawls over to these steps and makes her way up though!
Hey everybody look what I found! We put stuff in this little brown bag for her to grab. I think she likes the sound it makes. She actually hasn't tried to eat it yet!
This is one tired little man. It makes me laugh because he's been wearing those big slippers to bed lately. This was after our first time playing out at Margaret Leary - it wore him out!
His first time on the bridge. As you can tell, it was starting to get dark (and a bit chilly). That boy did not want to leave!
Just a sweet baby face. This little jacket worked out pretty well out there.
She went down some slides with Abbey. Apparently she found it to be quite fun. That's sure a big smile! Poor Jocko wasn't feeling too good that night.
Here's Carter riding some sort of blue fish. If it's a dolphin, it's kind of got a creepy smile!
Lando had a good time on this twisty slide. The boys never go to a park and not have fun!
There's Carterman on the twisty slide. That one was perfect for them because it slowed down nicely at the end.
One more shot of my silly grinning girl. She's luckily always happy when she's outside. When her teeth start bugging her, we take a little walk!
Jocko let Avery play on the boys bikes while they were inside eating dinner (or else they would have freaked). She looks pretty happy about it. Those are some cool bikes.
She has the sweetest little baby face, don't you think?
Carter and Landon have been riding their bikes around the block lately, which they think is so much fun. They are quick too! One of our neighbors, an older guy, just laughs when they come by. It is pretty funny looking. It was only me and Carter the other day. Carter loves crossing the alley - must be the sound of the gravel.
He "needed" to touch these flowers. I think I've got him trained to just feel how soft they are and not rip them apart. He's such a clown.
This one is for Kelsie. Here's a picture of Mom's handywork - the tile backsplash in the kitchen. It turned out really nice. I like the black and white against the red. They also got a black dishwasher and a red can opener. Pretty fancy!

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