Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Twas the night before Christmas...

The girls left cookies, chocolate milk and their lists for Santa. We also made sure that reindeer food was left out too. The girls didn't want the reindeer to feel left out and they might be hungry from all the flying.

Sunday, December 21, 2008

Sick girls

Orange Spots

Christmas with the In-Laws

Yes, my mother-in-law and father-in-law are eating a McDonald's Happy Meal. Here are the highlights:

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Christmas Baking

School Christmas Play

Dear Daughter's 1st school Christmas play. The 4's were shepherds. She appeared to be very serious before the play started and while she waiting for her classes turn. But once she got on stage, she sang her heart out and did all the hand motions. The play was a great experience for all.

Dance Class Recital

Vegetable Garden in the making

Where's my blanket?

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Out with the old, in with the new

Christmas Train


Daughter #1, dad and some friends went geocashing for the first time last weekend. They found 4 different hidden spots and got, bubbles, bouncy ball, tiny notebook and a joker card. DD loved and will doing it again with dad!!!

This is a description I found off the internet.

"So what is Geocashing? If you haven't heard of geocaching, it a hightech sport centered around use of handheld GPS navigation devices; a modern day treasure hunt! With geocaching the basic idea is to locate a cache by it's GPS coordinates posted on the Internet by those hiding the cache. The caches are containers that vary in size and contents. They may be as small as a film canister with a log in it, or as large as ammo boxes and even up to 5 gallon bucket size. A cache may provide the visitor with a wide variety of rewards and the "geocashers" exchange items left in the cache with items of their own. Finding a cache can be easy. Sometimes it's a challenge. For some the biggest reward is the thrill of the hunt and the discovery of locations they have never been. Sometimes just getting to the location of a cache is the reward itself."

Park with Uncle