Sunday, June 21, 2009

Days 171-175

Wednesday, June 17th - I took 4 out of the 5 kids to the Children's Museum and they had lots of fun. I told Tyler he couldn't go since I wanted to use my KFOR Summer Fun passes and I couldn't if I had 5 or more kids with me. Tyler really didn't care. He'd rather ride the neighborhood on his bike.
Thursday, June 18th - Andy's home from work and it's play time. He tosses a football, calls out a number and everyone tries catching it. Tyler obviously had the advantage here, but he made sure everyone got a chance.
Friday, June 19th - Grant says..."Come on mom, beese ball." So, I got a soft ball and a camera. He caught the ball while I caught this cute picture. I love how he says baseball....sounds like geese ball with a "b".
Saturday, June 20th - After shopping for Andy's gifts...shirts, wallet & fish (of course), I wanted some new people pictures for my blog. So, we stopped at our beautiful Sunken Gardens. I didn't get good pictures of Madison until later. She had a slumber party the night before and she was useless/tired for hours. That's what I don't like about overnighters.
Sunday, June 21st - Happy Father's Day! We spent the day going to church, grilling burgers, hanging out and Andy planted peony bushes in the backyard. He's making the backyard look nice for my upcoming Tastefully Simple party, which is next week.

5 comments:

Mamma has spoken said...

Hard to believe but I've never been to a Tastefully Simply party. Have recived some of their food as gifts from students, had some in the teacher's loudge, but never to a party.....

Amy said...

Mamma---

Well....do you think you could make it to Lincoln, NE by 6:30 (a week from Monday)? You are more than welcome to attend! LOL :)

Mindee said...

Madison looks positively tortured in that first photo and again in the Sunken Gardens. It makes me laugh.

You'll love the peonies. They're so beautiful in the spring.

Julie said...

Mine slept on the couch for two hours the next day. She had to recover from all the fun. Poor Madison doesn't look like she did too well....

Becky Anderson said...

Amy,
Thanks for the comment on my blog! I am glad that you like my work. I think you take great pictures. The one of your son with his baseball glove is great! Thanks for stopping by my blog! Feel free to comment any time :)

Becky