Thursday, November 4, 2010


My, how month doth fly. Month doth. Month doth. Try saying "month doth" five times really fast.
Yes, we're back, but we really enjoyed our month of extremely limited computer use, so I don't think we'll be posting as much as we were before.

So, here we go.

The weather has turned chilly, and given our three very fashion-conscious offspring a chance to take even longer getting dressed while they accessorize.

As it turns out, we DID have some hail damage on our roof, so a couple guys from Ashco Exteriors, one with biceps bigger than.... I don't know. He had uncomfortably large biceps. Anyway they came over and arranged with our insurance to give us a new roof.
Not incredibly dramatic, but it does look nicer.
Lucy's been enjoying preschool. It's a great school, but it's bordering on being a little too...evangelical for us. The other day she came home reciting something like, "We declare ourselves friends, in the NAME OF THE LORD!"

Becky, Nora and I got to join her on a field trip to the fire station. Life Flight helicopters weigh about as much as a Buick.

Some lovely people in our ward invited us to their 1-year-old's birthday party at a pumpkin patch. They spend more money on birthday parties than we do.

There was a large, bouncy thing that Sam handled proficiently.

There were pumpkins, which Lucy scaled awkwardly.

And there was a springy horse, which Nora rode obsessively.

And then came Halloween. Unfortunately, the best pictures are locked away on Grandma Sue's camera, but this is how our older two were dressed.
We'll find some pictures of Nora eventually, but this is about what she looked like:

And, since it's been a month since we posted, we'll have to include Lucy dancing. If you're tired of videos of Lucy dancing, go visit another blog. Seriously, what do you people WANT?

You may have noticed that pantless Nora was in there. She's been making a lot of requests to sit on the potty and making deposits about 10% of the time. Usually, it's a ploy to get half undressed so that she can then request a bath. Sneaky little trout.

And here is a video of our couch.


Megan and Jeremy said...

Welcome back to the blogging world. You were sorely missed.

Rachel said...

Jon, you look great in that hat!

Anonymous said...

I agree -- the hat is awesome. Screaming small girls are awesome. Your blog is awesome. I've now overused the word "awesome."

GordonandChrissy said...

I love the Lucy videos and so does Spencer. He loves watching any "vee-o" (video) so we come to your blog a lot to see cousin videos. :) Keep 'em coming.