Saturday, March 27, 2010
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
We love Stateside Drive. Sure there are the summer theater productions, Christmas caroling, Labor Day Picnics, and Halloween Haunted Ship Parties. But on top of that, what also makes it a fabulous place is the day to day stuff. On any given weekday from 2:30 till around 5pm you will likely find the Stateside Drive kids playing outside on the playground, in the woods, at the basketball hoop, etc. Rylee is usually the only girl, but she sure does keep up with the boys! They come up with the most creative games and the boys do try their best to find a place for Rylee...such as when they play Star Wars. The boys are usually storm troopers and Rylee is Princess Leah. Although sometimes she is a warrior right along with them.
Yesterday this took on a whole new meaning:
Presenting the Stateside Drive Battalion!
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Rylee has been doing great in school especially with her spelling. She often wants us to tell her if she is right when she spells something. However, my favorite is when she just does her best even if its not perfect...such as when she is in her room for time out and can not even ask for help. Such circumstances produce the following:
"I Love you Dadda.
For you Dadda.
I love you Dadda.
I love you Dadda.
I’m soree theat I wus being not gud.
How can you stay upset after that? Especially when out of all the sentences she could have chosen when it was her turn for morning message she chose the following:
Definitely a Daddy's Girl!
I am putting together a Baby book for Landon and figured I would document it along with other pictures of Landon's Room.
Sunday, March 21, 2010
So, I thought I would post a picture...even if it was just one, just in case anyone still checks this...to let them know, yes, we are still alive and along with the spring season, my desire to blog is starting to bloom. So stay tuned for an attempt to catch up over the next week or so!
It's kinda ridiculous how cute this little guy is...I mean his eyelashes literally reach up and touch his eyebrows! Definitely a Hansen trait. Although I wish he could say he got it from me and that I could have eyelashes like that!