Friday, October 24, 2008


HE HE HE = Harrison + Elizabeth Making Me Laugh!!!
The other night I went to put H. to bed and found this. I asked him if he did it and he said no, so E. must have done it. It is so precious how the maternal instincts come out so quickly in little girls!
This is what I saw from my family room after making my kids an afternoon snack of Ramen Noodles. (Notice the legs). I have no idea why they were doing that, but they left their legs up there the whole time and have done it a few more times since (probably because I took so many pictures the first time.)
I would love to know who started it and who was the copy cat. I bet I can guess!

I think I've mentioned H.'s obsession with bows and arrows that he got from the Book of Mormon. (We are still reading the story of Nephi's Bow almost every night). Well, he's having trouble waiting for Christmas, so I decided to make him one in the mean time. He LOVED it.
I should have thought of it sooner - it took about 2 minutes. I love that he's still pretty easy to please!I know this one is blurry, but notice the "arrows" in his pocket!
What a funny kid. Yesterday he carried a bottle of aloe gel around all day (took it to Target and everything). He said it was, "just in case I get sunburned, so I can be frepared (he meant prepared)." I was telling him something totally unrelated that I was proud of him about and he said, "You know what makes me croud? That I love being frepared." Maybe I need to get his ears checked again!

Last Thursday Nate took the kids to watch our then-undefeated BYU Cougars at a friends house (I had a meeting). Thanks to Obaachan and Ojiichan, they were able to be decked out in BYU apparel. (Harrison and Elizabeth are both wearing size 2T -- his way too small, hers way too big! His 5T one was in the wash).
Better luck next time, Cougs!

1 comment:

ray said...

What is it with boys and weapons?! That's Nathaniel's favorite B of M story too. He uses plastic hangers to launch his pencil arrows and he can get quite a range too. I can't count how many hanger casualties we've had because of it, but at least we haven't had any eye casualties!