We had a busy month. Here are some snapshots of it.
The kids had two weeks off of school for summer break in June so they did some different things.
|Alexander loves to write.|
Write on paper, write on the computer, write on the ABC game.
|Abigail can play this game by reading words we make.|
|Alexander made this but signed it Abigail, trying to give her more things to read|
|Abigail's goodies and games.|
|"Let's play All Queens. It's a girl one!"|
|Abigail loves to try to help|
|Alexander working on his book|
|Andrew Xtra math|
|Nate took the kids biking to the phone company one weekend|
|We ordered Australian (beef) hamburgers and they were really good.|
|Raspberry picking adventure|
|Kids decided to build a Rube Goldberg machine|
|It worked OK, if you count Andrew as part of the machinery|
|Andrew loves swinging on the rings|
|Trip into a big city for paperwork|
|First order of business was to find an office that moved into this residential|
Sure doesn't look like the right place, but he found it after a while.
|Meanwhile I watched the kids at KFC,|
feeding them sausage biscuits for first breakfast,
and waiting as they counted down the minutes until french fries
became available for the day.
|Then we have to all go make our in person appearance for our paperwork renewal.|
|Think something got lost in translation|
|Aaron going over opening lines during the wait time|
|They accepted our applications!|
Always so good to get this rather daunting task done.
|Back to KFC for lunch and to let the kids run around before the long van ride home.|
|We got Pizza Hut pizza to go for dinner.|
And Nate succeeded in ordering Pizza Hut completely out of pizza.
We have ordered so many restaurants out of food!
|Poor Abigail feel asleep at dinner|
|Another day she set all her babies up and made food for them|
|Recovering after the stomach flu.|
We all got a little bit sick at one time or another this past month,
but charcoal really did seem to help keep some of us from actually puking.
|We have some really big bugs here|
|Abigail was trying to fill up the puddle|