Donny Osmond's Dreams Come True
I found this movie on my sister's website and had to post it myself because it is SO FUNNY!! Take a look.
Thursday, March 27, 2008
Wednesday, March 26, 2008
Down the road if anyone ever wonders why Matthew has a terrible sweet tooth, I now have evidence that it was all Mark's doing. Mark loves to give our babies ice cream and watch them react. Here we are in San Francisco at the Ghiradelli's Ice Cream shop. Mark is feeding Matthew from a sundae that is the size of his head.
On Monday we spent the day in SF. It had been a really long time since we had been so everything we did seemed fresh and new to the kids- especially Emma who was wide eyed and amazed at all of the tall buildings and interesting sights. We began our day by watching the sea lions play at Pier 39, watched street performers around Fisherman's Wharf, and then drove to Union Square to have lunch/dinner at the Cheesecake Factory on top of the Macy's building. After that we took a Cable Car down to Ghiradelli's Square to have famous hot fudge sundaes.
Can you see Mark and Abbie in this picture??
One of my earliest childhood memories came to mind on the morning of St. Patty's Day when I was WRONGFULLY pinched by my green-clad kiddos. It was St. Patrick's Day at Children's Choice Preschool in San Juan Capistrano and I was four years old. All of the kids were wearing green but me. Because of that, I was the one and only target for pinchers and I had had ENOUGH. I really did have green on--only no one could see it. Underneath my outfit I was wearing underwear covered with little pink roses--WITH GREEN STEMS. I confronted my teacher, Mrs. Young and told her about my problem that no one believed that I was wearing green. The wise woman cut out a piece of green construction paper and pinned it on my shirt. Problem solved.
Saturday, March 15, 2008
The third great did a great job. Their costumes and sets were adorable--we loved how the black lights made them glow in the dark, their singing was wonderful (great job Abs) and the dancing was fantastic. The play is a great Rock Creek tradition and we are so glad that the school and teachers are willing to devote so much time and effort to make it a sucess!
Monday, March 3, 2008
This might just look like a made bed to you, but to me, it is much more. On Saturday morning Emma tracked me down in the house and had a BIG SMILE on her face. She had not only made her bed, but also made our bed too!! No small task for a 4 1/2 year old. She's a sweetie. Thanks Emma!!!!