Monday, January 18, 2010

New Year

I am committing to posting on my blog every week this year. I love to sit and ready everyones but I have been lax in entering posts to mine. I pledge to do better.
I now just have to remember how to do it.

Monday, January 19, 2009

We also celebrated Kambrea's Birthday






Well I decided to give sewing a try this year again and of course I was finishing on Christmas Eve. Teagan had requested a Camo TeePee. The three younger girls each received them. The boy got the newest and biggest Nerf Guns. The big kids got three burner camp stoves, grills and books on Emergency Preparedness. Jay and Larra already had them so they got toold boxes and a circut. I think we all had a great Christmas.

Trevin as that special Reindeer

Boone and Kiara with their first try at Gingerbread houses
Katie, Zack and Kami

Bailey, Emmery, Cole and Tysen

Trevin, Larra, Jay and Teagan

We decide to base our Christmas this year on Preparedness. Instead of exchanging gifts the kids all brought the ingredients for 72 hour kits and they put them together the night we made our annual Gingerbread Houses.

This is a picture of Teagan the night of our preschool program. She was the star of the show.

Year in review

I have one flower blooming and green grass................

Well, I thought I better at least try to post a few pictures from the last few months. It has been so hectic. We have spent quite a bit of time in St. George and the time flys down there. I bet you all feel so...sorry for me.

Saturday, October 4, 2008

October Tradition

We had our annual field trip to the Pumpkin Patch at Vineyard Garden Center. The children have a great time and I always survive, though I sometimes wonder if I am going too. We had the patch to ourselves this year on both days. We went a little earlier in the year and I think it was a great idea. We picked out a pumpkin to paint, played on the play ground and ate lunch. This the 4 year old class with their new school shirts. I think this was a great idea, they look cute and they are easier to find in a crowd.
We are walking through the arbor and there was a giant banana squash hanging on the fence. Amazing.......

This is my 3 year old class.