Last night we went trick or treating, which was a blast. They are at great ages where they were all able to walk and go up to the doors by themselves - in the past we have had at least one in a stroller. Little C was so cute because he was determined to carry his pumpkin full of candy the whole time and would get upset if you tried to carry it for him. At one point I had to dump his candy into Big C's pumpkin just so Little C could carry it again, and then he cried because he thought I was taking his candy away.
Of course right when we were walking out of the door I realized I did not have any batteries for my camera so I did not get to take any pictures. My neighbor did take one while they were trick or treating at her house so I will post that picture when she sends it to me. This picture is from a few weeks back when we went to a halloween party at our next door neigbors house.
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Tuesday night we decided to let the boys decorate some pumpkins. We thought that since carving a pumpkin is super messy, especially with 3 small boys involved, we would use animal face decorations. The boys each got to pick out their own eyes, mouth, and ears. As you can tell Big C made a perfect puppy dog, Middle C, well on the other hand chose a variety of animal parts. I helped Little C with his and thought the cute little pig was perfect for him. The boys really enjoyed doing this and Little C even pitched a fit when we had to put it outside.
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
So, I am finally starting a blog. Mainly for me to be able to remember all the great times we have as a family but also to share with far away family and friends. Here is a quick introduction of the boys.
Big C just turned 6. He is full of life, and loves to be in charge. He has a great since of humor and a tender heart. He is in kindergarten and loves every minute of it. He also enjoys playing the X Box and to be honest is quite good at it, sometimes better then KD.
Middle C will turn 4 in January. He is our "wild card", never meets a stranger, and you never know what will come out of his mouth. He also is very loving, and has become quite the big helper. He started going to speech at the beginning of September and feels like such a big boy going to big school. He loves to play outside and go "super fast" on his bike.
Little C will turn 2 in just a few weeks. He is small but extremely tough. He is a daredevil that will do anything just to keep up with his brothers. He plays hard all day and then crashes at night. We are right in the middle of trying to figure out why he is so small, so hopefully I can post about that soon.
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