Saturday, June 23, 2007

We went to the Aquarium this week. There are lots of fish behind us but you can't see them. Last week we went to the zoo but our mom and dad forgot the camera.
Mom keeps trying to get me to look at the camera but I have to keep an eye on these weird fish things behind me. They swim right up to the side and I talk to them and laugh.

Here we all are in front of the big tank.

That's our Ethan inside the giant carrot.

Please let me out mom I want to go swimming in the fountain.

Joshua and Sarah. Hurray and take the picture I have lots of exploring to do.

This is Sarah holding her new doll and all the doll's toys behind her. She did lots of chores for this doll and paid for it with her own money.
Today we decided to finish planting the garden. As you can see behind Joshua are the snow peas.

First we dig some holes and eat some dirt to check the quality.

Joshua checks the depth of the holes by standing in them.
Nope not deep enough, more digging.

Then before mom knew what was happening they decieded to add "a little" water to the garden.
Then "a little" more water. Notice how dirty the pool became.

That's about the time mom gave up gardening. It turned into a mud bath. But they sure did have fun. About 10 minutes after this picture was taken you couldn't even tell which kid was which becuase they were so covered in mud. The best part was mom hosing them down after they were done. So cold!
The next day the peas did get planted along with some strawberries. Now we have peas, beans, carrots, and strawberries. We might be getting the hang of this.

Tuesday, June 5, 2007

Summer Time Fun

Oh what do you do in the summer time, when all the world is green?We swim in the pool to keep ourselfs cool!
We all the love the water.

Look what we grew in our garden this year. It was a very good crop. Here are the instructions if you would like to grow one too.

First, plant the baby seed.

Shower with love and "taa daa" free baby to eat.

Ethan enjoys eating sand, we can't break him of the habit.

The kids love to dig and play in the wet sand.

Oh boy, he is trouble.

You said it Mom!