Monday, November 26, 2012

November in a nutshell

The month of November was filled with plays, feasts, shopping, 3 lost teeth (Luke 2, Easton 1), and performing in the Forgotten Carols in the Tri-Cities.  November was a great month and we had a lot to be thankful for.
Max is starting to fight naptime, so this is how we found him one day at 5pm on the floor in his room.

Easton's Thanksgiving play.  He was a dog.
Luke's Thanksgiving outfit for the feast at school.

Easton finally got rid of his top tooth after it dangled by the gums for a week.

The set of The Forgotten Carols (sorry so dark, Scott was really far away).  I was in the front row by the piano for anyone who has seen the production before.

Me and Michael McLean.  It was awesome to work with him, Tyler Castleton (producer of most church music and efy cd's), and the other members of the cast.  I hope they come back next year so I can do it again.

Monday, November 5, 2012


Pumpkin carving.

Peter Pan and Tinkerbell look so cute together!

He kept saying, "I'll get you Captain Hook!"

Photo-Op on Main Street.

The cutest little Tinkerbell ever!

Skeleton (aka Johnny from the Karate Kid)


Just finished Trick or Treating on Main Street.  Ginny was happy as long as she kept getting suckers.

Trick or Treating part 2 in the neighborhood.  They had so much fun!

We had a fun Halloween this year.  We were a little sad because Scott was out of town on business, but Grandma came down to help us have fun.  Easton and Luke both got to dress up for their school parties, and then we went trick-or-treating on Main Street as soon as they got out of school.  Grandma joined us for dinner, and then she passed out the candy while we went around the neighborhood.  Max lost his feather for a little bit, and was sad, but our dear friend found it and he was overjoyed.  He kept being mistaken for Robin Hood, but he would correct them quickly with "No, I'm Peter Pan!"  Four kids=a ton of Halloween candy.  Dont' worry, Scott and I have helped them get rid of it quickly.