Saturday, May 29, 2010

Day 148 - Babies are Back!

We had a busy day of running errands, checking out a few houses and doing a few fix-ups around the house just in case we decide to put it on the market.

Hillary Ashton and I left late this afternoon to pick up the little girls and drop her off so she can stay with her grandparents for a few days.

Jonah stayed home with Daddy and helped him with yard work :o)
No complaints from either of the boys...they both enjoy riding on the mower :o)

We took lots of road trips when I younger and I never had a set up like this :o) Haha! She is watching Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs and (of course) wearing her Grrrr shirt :o) I stopped shortly after we left to get her a drink and snack for the trip. She chose an orange soda because she said Chicken Little drinks orange soda to help him fly. I have never heard that story, but she was pretty sure she would be able to fly if she drank the orange soda...I LOVE that innocence.
My girl was beyond ecstatic that Papa was waiting for us beside a HUGE pile of gravel..
Nature's slide...
She was also pretty excited to see her little sisters too :o)
Is it just me or does Sophie Le look older :o) Haha!
Sweet sisters...back together...for a few minutes...

Now Hillary Ashton is staying with her grandparents for a few days and we already miss her! She has convinced her grandparents to buy her a duckling or a chick...they are such pushovers...haha! However, I want to set the record straight...we are not accepting any new animals at our house :o)


Heather M. said...

I think that it is so nice to have grandparents willing to switch out with you so each child has some special time of their own! Very nice! Looks like a wonderful time to be had by all. Enjoy your weekend!

Re TB Test: If you are sending your child to public school, I think you will eventually have to provide a TB Test Result (at least in TX I think you do) Our Ped. tested for it since TB is so prevalent in Vietnam. With the BCG Vaccine given to our babies as infants, there is a higher rate of a False Positive skin test. In order to know if your child is in fact a carrier of TB, you have to do a more specified blood test. Luckily, Caleigh is not a carrier & does not have to take the 9 months of preventative medicines which have "not so nice" side effects on some children.

Lisa said...

Jonah looks like he is loving that tractor ride!

Renee said...

The orange soda thing is from the movie called Chicken Little. He shook it up, strapped it to his back and used it as a rocket. :)