Monday, May 28, 2007

I LOVE Spongebob!

Makenzie is a big fan of Spongebob! She loves the TV show and she loves the water. Speaking of water, she said the funniest thing to her teacher the other day. Her teacher had a zucchini under the table and said, "Does anyone know what a zucchini is?" Makenzie started waving her hand and saying, "I know, I know, a zucchini is a little tiny bathing suit!" Her teacher about fell over laughing. Kenz had just been given a cute little bikini the week before and she confused the two. So funny!
Makenzie and aunt Nicky. This was right before our girls day out. We have done one girls day in the last 8 years, it was fun! Jeremy took the kids then my mom, sister, and I went out for Chinese food and shopping, it was a lot of fun! We will make it a point to do at least one of those a year from now on.

Wall Climber

This is Skyler AKA Spiderman, give him a wall and he can climb it. I was so shocked when I was walking to my room one day and his head was on touching the ceiling.

This is one of the few pictures of us as a family, too bad we were not all looking. Kenzie had her implant off because she had been playing on a plastic slide a few feet away, so we just couldn't get her to look at the camera, maybe next time.

Trying to get your child to look at the camera and smile can be a daunting task, however sometimes those moments of frustration turn into the cutest pictures. I tried my hardest to get her to look at me and smile, she just wanted to act silly though and now this is one of my favorite pictures.

This is the type of landscaping that surrounds our town. When I left Alaska and moved to Arizona, I thought the desert was the ugliest place I had ever been, but since then, I have grown to love the simple mountains and beautiful desert plants. Yes indeed the desert is now my home.

What a cute donkey

I was going to title this blog differently but decided it wouldn't be apppropriate. This was when Makenzie took uncle Billy's donkey disguise. I thought it was a cute picture.

Rainy days at the zoo. We debated whether or not to go that day since it was rainy outside, the kids won that debate and we had such a great day. I don't know if Skyler and Kenzie had more fun with the animals or their umbrellas. Unfortunately by the time our zoo trip came to an end, so did the umbrellas, R.I.P. umbrellas, you kept us dry the few short hours we had you.

Two Peas in a Pod

These two little monkeys' are my life. They fill me with more happiness than I ever thought was possible. While they are the sweetest kids, they can be quite a handfull as well. They keep me on my toes, but I love every minute of them.