Friday, February 24, 2017

Photo Friday [175]

The book character parade is a much-anticipated event each year at the Primary campus.  This year Greg wanted to be the BFG, since we had recently listened to the audio book as a family and had seen the movie.  So I got sew up some big giant ears and a long, hooded black cloak. 


 The whole ensemble.  I tried to make a cool dream jar by putting some glow sticks inside behind tissue paper, but you really couldn't see them glow in the bright sunlight.
 


The kids do a parade around campus for their parents, and then spend the afternoon doing fun activities.




It won't be too long before this guy is dressing up too!


In little sister news, she constantly cracks me up:




 One day she asked for her apron (from Aunt Becky), then got a pan out of the cupboard, telling me that she was going to bake bread.  Then she grabs a freshly-baked muffin from where they were cooling on the counter, plopped it in her pan, and proudly showed off the product of her baking.


Later that day I heard urgent cries of "Mom!  Mommy!"  But when I came to see what the matter was, I was told to "go away."  It was just the baby dinosaur calling for his mommy dinosaur.
 

 She played dinosaurs with Caleb for quite a while, but while Caleb's dinosaurs were roaring and eating things up, Kate's were very domestic and loving, with lots of kisses.

Until next week.

Friday, February 17, 2017

Photo Friday [174]


Friday lunch picnic at Greg's school.


They both look so excited to be there....



The middle child was due for a new passport.  This was an outtake from his passport photo session.



 Who can name the book this scene was from?


 
 See how she's grown!  I made this dress/shirt for her over a year ago.  It fit a bit different back then:







Hebrews 4:12a in Tok Pisin, which hangs in Brian's workplace.


Friday, February 3, 2017

Photo Friday [173]

This week:

Story time with Dad.



A very Greg look. 


 And here's this one too.



 Muddy knees, running headlong into whatever the boys are up to... she is not a baby any more.  When did she get so big??


Katy sold us [a lot] of carrots this morning.


 
Pajamas and Crocs at the muddy market this morning.  She is very proud when she gets to carry the bag of donuts.  It's a big responsibility!

Until next week!