Saturday, December 7, 2013

November Happenings

I would say that Gunnar had his first "official" shiner. He fell off of Brandi's bed onto the side table.

Every day it turned a different shade of sad.

 This was one of the most colorful days.

Umm, did I mention we got a dog? Yeah, I had a temporary lapse in judgement. Kyle and I are not pet people, but we are giving it another shot. This is Sadie, the chihuahua. I can tell you it's like having another baby, but she's a sweet little dog. She was one pound when we got her. More on this later.

 This is what my child was thankful for at school. Yes, I'm proud.

 This girl likes her fashion. Much more than her mother.

I thought this was so stinkin' cute. We had the kids pics taken. This is how she brought me the pics. This was in my mailbox when I got home one night.

Inside the box was a little stamped canvas bag.

Inside the bag was the flash drive wrapped in candy can string. How cute is that!?!

Someone is very excited about his cookies!

We love our bubble baths 'round here.

Slade, Kaleb, Isaiah, Bob, Ben, Payton
All the boys dressed up for he Cotillion dance. Moms danced with their sons. We came to the realization very quickly that Slade and I will not be asked to be on Dancing with the Stars. Or maybe we can and they could vote us off the first night.

Basically this is a more accurate photo and in turn, will be a great blackmail photo one day.

After the dance, some of us moms took the boys to a nice restaurant to eat dinner. We probably won't do that again for say, 8 more years????

Gunnar and I went and had Thanksgiving lunch with Finley.

Gunnar has discovered that he can get a small bowl out of the bottom drawer in the kitchen and take it to the water dispenser on the fridge. He fills the bowl and then drinks it. I may or may not have said this was fine because I was tired and didn't want to get up and get him a glass. 

Human bridge.

Finley & Campbell at Cracker Barrel.

On a sad note, some crazy person set the church that Kyle grew up in on fire last weekend. Many years of memories were in that church. 

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