Monday, November 29, 2010


I just got a glimpse into what lunch is like with a bunch of preschoolers...

I looked up, during dinner, to find a fork full of food about 1 inch from my nose.
Jack said, "Watch out, Thomas! Oops, I mean, mommy." I'm sure their teacher deals with that all of time.

Dugan loves Christmas trees...

This is what happens, when Jason gives Holden his bath...

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Thanksgiving and War Eagle

It only made sense, this year, for Jason and me to host Thanksgiving at our home. James and David would not be coming and Gran was already, in Bham. Also, the boys are so much easier to deal with, when they are in their own bedrooms. The best part... my mom cooked everything, in Huntsville, and brought it here. I didn't have to do anything!

Gran and Uncle James had a lot of fun with Holden

The Food

Thanksgiving Meal

Friday was a very exciting day. Jason bundled up and went to Tuscaloosa to help cheer on Auburn. That game will definitely go down in history. Due to superstitious football traditions, once Auburn started doing well, I was the only one allowed to hold Holden. My dad watched the game downstairs and my mom and Gran watched the game upstairs. haha.

Monday, November 22, 2010

Sunday was beautiful

I don think that I ever thanked Uncle David and Aunt Sarah for Holden's Mickey Mouse t shirt they brought him back from Disney World.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

almost better

This is how Holden feels about bronchiolitis...

Fun on the air mattress....

Holden plays dirty....

This is just funny....

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Straight to the doctor

Jason went to Andalusia to pick up the boys. They were so sick that he took them straight to the doctor. Jack and Holden both have bronchiolitis. It isn't a big deal for Jack, but we are treating Holden with a lot of medication.

Can you see the new top teeth?

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Monday, November 8, 2010

More Football Fun

Jack had a lot of fun playing with Jackson, on Saturday. We went over to my friend's house to watch football.

Thursday, November 4, 2010


I love how innocent Jack can be. He held up a bunch of legos and said...

Jack: "Mommy?"
Mommy: "Yes, Jack."
Jack: "Can I make a train out of these?"
Mommy: "Yes."
Jack: "Thank you, Mommy."

As if he needs my permission to pretend play. He is adorable.