Monday, September 15, 2008

Family Portrait

We'll give you a second to mull this one over.

(April 25, 2009)

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

First Day of Preschool

Logan started preschool on Tuesday. He was so excited and proud to go to school. He has about 4 other friends attending the same school, so it has been an easy adjustment for him. As for his mommy, however, I can't believe how hard it can be to say goodbye to your child for a few hours! My little baby is growing up!...(nevermind he's only three).
Aaron has decided he's big enough to start brawling with his big brother. He likes to tackle him, while Logan just lays there giggling.
More of our daily silliness! Don't they just crack you up! They make me laugh every single day.

Monday, September 1, 2008

Paul had a four day weekend, and we thoroughly enjoyed having him around! To make the most of it, we decided to do some more sight seeing. We went to the Holocaust Museum on Saturday, which was a sad but interesting experience. Aaron cried through most of it since he was tired and hungry (never a good combo!) and a lady near us said "go ahead buddy, there's plenty to cry about here." Very true. We also visited several art galleries around the Smithsonian Castle. Logan was the one wh0 cried through this one. None of the art lovers were as sympathetic about it this time around, so we hurried through and made a hasty exit
Here we are in front of the Smithsonian Castle. Neat architecture and lovely gardens. I also like this picture because I feel proud of my mom muscles, being able to carry both boys at once. :-)
Another shot of the castle
Logan is sword-crazy!!! Just ask anyone who speaks for a few moments with him. The first thing bound to come out of this mouth is a request to sword fight (sound familiar grandma and grandpa Rose?). Aaron is finally old enough to somewhat hold his own. They are so funny together.

Paul has been fiddling with the settings on his camera and needed guinea pigs. I have to admit I was rather reluctant. I never realized I was so shy in front of a camera! The boys have no fear though, if they can hold still long enough.