Kasey and I made these Christmas ornaments for the tree and to give away to family. Aren’t they cute? This is Kasey’s pre-school picture. He fell down on the concrete before these were taken and skinned up his chin! He’s my little accident prone boy.
Sunday, December 20, 2009
Thursday, December 17, 2009
I haven’t talked about Kasey’s babysitter experience on my blog. He had a really hard time adjusting to the babysitter and I was worried about what we were going to do. It took him about a month, but he finally would go inside her house without crying and had a good day. Now, he loves it. Doesn’t have any trouble, and she is wonderful! They do crafts and he has a little girlfriend there, Anna. I am so happy with her. She made all the parents a little scrapbook. She took 2 paper sacks that you get from the grocery store and put them together in a book, punched holes in the edge and put cute ribbon on them.
Saturday, December 12, 2009
I got the candy jar quilt done (well it’s not quilted yet) but it’s all pieced together. I have to find backing for it, I want flannel and would be really happy if I could find some red Christmas Candy. Another shopping trip!
I have 20 different Christmas candy fabrics in the quilt. This is one of my favorites.
Friday, December 11, 2009
We went to see Santa at the bank today. It was really nice because there weren’t that many kids there and we didn’t have to wait in line at all.
Kasey told Santa he wanted a car. Mark bought him a hot wheels set at Wal-mart, while Kasey was with us. Then Mark put it in the closet. So I think that’s why Kasey is saying he wants a car.
After we left Santa, we went to Richland to the Cave Restaurant. It’s about a half hour from Lebanon. We rode a hay wagon to the cave, there were little cabins along the way lit up for Christmas. Here are Mike and Becky.
Inside the cave restaurant. Kasey was trying to climb up the walls. This is Gracie, Mike and Becky’s daughter.
The kids fed the goldfish in the pond.
The goldfish, they were pretty small.
I really should learn to take better pictures. They had a guy playing the piano. It really made for a nice evening.
Inside the cave.
Leaving the cave, heading back to the cars, it was cold!
When we were in the restaurant, guess who came to eat? Santa Claus! That was funny because the kids were all excited that Santa was there. We told him that he was hungry and needed to eat before he headed back to make more toys. He was a really good looking Santa too, nice white beard.
All in all, it was a fun evening!