Wednesday, May 4, 2011

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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

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Sunday, April 17, 2011


Just a quick sneak peak…this little girl and her hair, she sure is something.

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Last Sunday, we headed to Washington to take some pictures and just walk around. Anytime there is water near, Baron is game. Old Washington is really an amazing place. From the older brick buildings to the retired train cars, there are endless opportunities for some good shots. After we finished walking around, we had a picnic by the river. Baron was so excited, it was hard to make him concentrate to eat his food. I know, shocking, right?

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Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Birthday Horses

I was sitting at my desk on the phone with a carrier, trying to get them to take one of my shipments when I see several dark shadows dart across the lawn. I quickly get off the phone, try to keep the dogs from going insane, and head out the door.

There they are, four horses running and playing in the field next to the house. At times they would get pretty close, which was really amazing. My first thought, was to get Baron and let him see this for himself. Just as I turned around, Rob let the dogs out and of course they are barreling for the horses. I tell Rob to come take a look (he’s not too happy because Reinhardt really did a number on the floor trying to get out…oops) and his frown goes away in the shock and awe of what he’s seeing. It really was a amazing sight.

I run into get Baron, since he was upstairs in his room playing and tell him to quickly come down. As he walks out, I hear him gasp and say, “My horsey’s for my birthday!”. It was too funny, he thought we got them for his birthday, which was now 4 days after.

Soon we see the owner walking up the hill, along with two police officers trying to collect them. Apparently the 4 horses managed to escape their pen and were first down at the ballpark running around while all the the little kids are practicing baseball. The owner tried to get them then, but they took off up the street and alas to our house. She, Rob and the two policemen were able to walk them back down to the pen all while Baron is crying wondering where his birthday horsey’s are going.


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Sunday, April 10, 2011

Hot Wheels Criss Cross

All I have to say about this, is that it’s awesome! It’s pretty bad when we’re all fighting over a turn. Seriously, Rob and I sat there any played it after Baron went to bed because he didn’t want to share. Baron really liked it after he learned which track to put the cars in. He’s still a little slow and can’t do it quick enough and it causes some crashes and back ups. It’s funny when he puts his car down and another comes right behind it so fast that it knocks his car onto the track and now he holds the other car. He finally caught on to it and was stymied and saying, “ HEY, give me MY car back!”.

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