Thursday, August 30, 2007
The similarities of the fork and the comb.
The fork poses some issues: it is difficult to get through one's hair. It is also difficult to say "fork", so we just call it a "spoon"
It doesn't help that they are the same color.
A dilemma for anyone, really!
Saturday, August 25, 2007
Friday, August 24, 2007
Thursday, August 23, 2007
This has been such a busy week for visitors! Yesterday Hannah and I went to Edmonton to have lunch with Candy. While we were there eating fantastic chicken salad sandwiches, her nephew Ben came over to share his toys and say hello! Candy also shared her toys and Hannah had great fun picking up all of Candy's treasures and putting them in her mouth. We left Candy's house a little slobbier (I know this is not a word, but really it should be!) and stickier than it was when we arrived! Hannah even got to open a present! Candy made her this beautiful blanket!
A favorite new game at our house is "move the water bottles". If any of you have spare time on your hands you might want to give it a try. Here's how it goes: 1. Pick up a bottle (this can be difficult when the bottle is 1/10 of your body weight and apparently requires a lot of grunting and groaning!) 2. Hand the bottle to the person sitting beside you. Said person is required to say "thank you" each time this happens. 3. Repeat until injury occurs and crying ensues (darn those slippery bottles!)
Monday, August 20, 2007
Friday, August 17, 2007
Saturday, August 11, 2007
Last night Holly adapted the book "I Am Invited to a Party" by Mo Williams into a screenplay. Cassie played the part of Piggie, I was Gerald, Holly was the director and costume designer.
Christian was the photographer. While we were pouring our heart and soul into the production this is what he was doing. This is the reason we don't have any other pictures.
Thursday, August 9, 2007
Yesterday Hannah and I went calling on our dear friend Libby. Hannah had her first piano lesson with Sophie (Libby's daughter), she played with blocks and Legos, and went exploring with Libby's husband, Lloyd. They are such gracious hosts and we always have a great time there!