Archive for the ‘joshua’ Category

hello, blog.

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

I thought before I started to post again, I would first apologize to my blog. I have been thinking about you, Dear Blog! And yes, I have also been busy. But not too busy that I couldn’t have come here to write. I guess the real thing that held me back was that after posting […]

weekend recap.

Monday, August 30th, 2010

It was a fun and busy weekend around here! Saturday morning I met my mom for coffee at a little pastry shop downtown, right on the corner of Lemon and Main (which is also where the weekly Farmer’s Market takes place). We had a lovely time chatting and relaxing together. We also walked around and […]

finished something.

Friday, August 6th, 2010

Oh! By the way… I finished something. (In record time, no less!) [Chloe for Penny] Just awaiting some finishing touches with a button or two. 🙂 From cast on to cast off = 13 days. And only because “real life” and work got in the way. And I would have shown it to you sooner, […]

the underwater watermelon.

Wednesday, July 14th, 2010

This summer the kids are taking swimming lessons, thanks to their Grammy. Katie has turned into quite the little fish! She’s catching on fast and doing a great job. I was concerned at first that she’d be a Nervous Nelly when it came time to dunk her head under water or do other exercises that […]

happy fourth.

Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

Hope you all had a great Fourth of July! We certainly did: (click for credits) Love the looks on their little faces… It’s been very rainy here for about a week now. It even rained on the 4th, but thankfully it was mostly in the morning. (click for credits) I’ve made a new goal for […]

the birthday boy.

Friday, July 2nd, 2010

We had another birthday in the family this week: Joshua Felix turned four yesterday! We had a “Very Merry Pixar Birthday” at our house. Joshua loves the movie Cars and he has about three different Lighting McQueens, but no Maters. So now he has a set of cars from Cars (which also added a fourth […]