Sunday, May 25, 2014

End of Life Teen for 13-14 School Year

Is that a beer Miss Sugar, a Kool Aid Beer?

Sugar and Possible were my two in LifeTeen this year.  As always I am so thankful for the program and how it is implemented at STAOP.  They are on track, in lime with Rome, and appealing to all the kids.  A pat on the back goes out to the program.  At least Horse head (err I mean Sugar) and Possible enjoyed their time together. 

2 Year old Twins telling us their names

The twins are telling us their names which they kept secret for a long time.  These two have been calling each other Gap-ka, and Ga-Ko for months now. I have been trying to record it, but every time they see the iphone they would stop and "Play dumb". Today they started to share until they realized what I was doing then they just called themselves 'Barbie'. Just an FYI it is Gap-Ka (Twin Beautiful) on the left and Ga-Ko (Twin Adorable) on the right.

Maybe dad is Barbie!?!

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Summer Swim

We did take all the little ones but only the babies stayed close enough to mom to get pictures.  They are going to be real water babies this year.  Adorable is on the left and Beautiful is on the right.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Fun with Fr. Keller


These two are a mess.  After their birthday yesterday they rule the world.  After a nice breakfast we took the kiddos to the park.  J had to work but Bear and Fr. Keller came up with a fun plan.  Kayaking and water balloons along with kites.  Perfect.

Mom and the twins did not go out on the water.  With the help of Sugar and Jumba we got a huge lunch ready, had the L family meet us and prepared for a fun surprise.

Water balloons.  To be fair Fr. started this war years ago when he brought over water balloons and a huge sling shot.  He had the kids (young at the time) go stand at the back of our property.  They were pretty far back and we got off several water balloons before they scattered.  The kids live their life for revenge for that moment. 

Another fun day at the park with wonderful people.  We love Fr. Keller's visits.