After having several MRI’s and many other fun tests this last year, Peter thought it would be fun to have a lumbar puncture (spinal tap) today. We are still waiting to see if a diagnosis for Multiple Sclerosis will be official. If the test comes back positive then he will be diagnosed. If it comes back negative then we are where we were before – some people with MS do not have the problem that sometimes shows up with this test. Oh so frustrating. So Peter has to sit on the couch the rest of the day and is not … Read the rest
I have not taken a single picture of my delightful children this week so I am going to take you on a trip down memory lane. Peter and I were married ten years ago (August 18, 1998) and I have just been going through our wedding pictures and scanning them into our computer. The one thing I regret not doing for our wedding and reception is hiring a professional or even a not-so professional photographer. And it’s all my mom’s fault that I don’t have the negatives because she never keeps them (we got married a couple of years before … Read the rest
You know your kids are weird if….they sit in front of the TV absorbed in watching a cooking show (it’s called Good Eats on the Food Network – it’s hilarious!).
One last picture of my brother Tyler.
One last picture of my sister Megan. I only had a couple of days to teach her how to cook – she made a fried egg (sunny side up), a berry cobbler for a dessert, and in this picture she is cutting up chicken for a family favorite called Santa Fe chicken wraps. My mom has forgotten to teach Megan how to cook … Read the rest
Spiderman and Wolverine in Spiderman’s Car (That’s Why There’s So Many Wheels) by Isaac (I don’t get why that means there’s so many wheels either.)
Our Family On a Bus by Isaac
Meadow of the Horse by Sydney
A Bus by Sydney (This work was inspired by an earlier piece by Isaac)
Simple Egyptian Symbols by Sydney
Isaac and Sydney
Peter and Liz
First stop: Old Fort Jackson
We got to see these re-enactment guys shoot a cannon ball at this Navy ship that was coming into port.
Peace on Earth
The kids’ favorite part of the whole fort was the officer’s privy.
For being a toilet facility, the officer’s privy sure has a nice view.
This fountain is found at Forsyth Park in downtown Savannah. It was built in 1854. When Sherman and his Union soldiers came … Read the rest
Count the candles. I didn’t need a birthday cake – I shared my special day with my own personal carton of Haagan Daaz. Also, there was not enough candles for 29 plus 4 for our combined ages (I could have stuck a bunch of toothpicks in but I didn’t want to pull them all out).
Don’t you love eating a piece of birthday cake after some enthusiastic child has blown saliva all over it?
Isaac got some new Hot Wheels and a Triple Stunt Track. We have been trying for a while to set it up. It is more complicated … Read the rest
Well, the people have been heard. You voted to see a picture of me cooking dinner, and here you go! I am modeling my new apron that I made this month along with a hair bow that Sydney made for my birthday.
The dinner menu is Kraft macaroni and cheese and peas (this is what Isaac requested for his birthday dinner).
Yes, I am a bad parent and I admit it. I frequently (like every day) let my son jump and do flips on the couch. But how often do you get a picture like this? (Sydney is watching the episode of I Love Lucy where Lucy and Ethel steal the cement block with John Wayne’s footprints and signature that is in front of Grauman’s Chinese Theater).
I’m singing the I Love Lucy theme song. Join in any time.
Every one should watch I Love Lucy. It’s a happy show.
Last week I reported that Isaac’s swim class had no kids … Read the rest