A couple of things that the girls have said lately that I thought was pretty funny:
Tai: Got a new pair of shoes for school, yeah, I am a push over and let her wear them early. Anyway, my dad and mom came up to Park City and Heber to see the lawn and garden show. We decided to tag along with them. After a while of walking around, Tai took off her shoes and said, "my shoes are all slobbery." Ha ha ha- meaning that her feet were sweating in her shoes making them well, slobbery!!! :)
Teya: Lately she has been asking me what everything is made of. Like trees, dogs, clothes, ect.. Well this morning as I was getting the girls ready, she asked me, "Momma, what's my ganky (blanket) made of?" I just said, "cotton" and she said, "and rainbows?" "Yes sweetheart, (ha ha) and rainbows!!" If you know my daughter, she carries her blankets everywhere and they sort of have a rainbow pattern color to them.
Saturday, August 21, 2010
I guess this year I am going to have to home school Teya for Preschool. I have looked around a lot up here in PC and it is so flipping expensive, the cheapest that I have found is $300.00 a month. Just in case you chocked right there when you read it, I did the same thing. And yes, that is a month!!! So needless to say, I am going to be teaching my little one on my own. I came across this cute blog http://alwayssomethingtolearn.blogspot.com/ If you have any other sites that I could find some good ideas to do, please share! Unless you want to loan me $2,700 for preschool this year! Ha Ha Ha :(
Friday, August 20, 2010
I am pretty sure that I don't want these two to grow up!!! I just can't believe how fast time flies. With Tai starting Kindergarten in about a week, I am just so sad. I keep teasing her and saying that she should just stay home with me and that she can start school next year, or that I will meet her out on the playground everyday when they have recess in case she falls or gets hurts. (I am sort of kidding, but sort of serious too LOL)! What's a mom to do?
Saturday, August 14, 2010
Now hold your horses (no pun intended), not a baby or anythig, a real horse. Meet Sunny Pickard Quarnberg!!! 3 years old, broke and ready to ride! Here he is, the girls love him, Jake loves to ride him and is in 7th heaven. Now, I am sure you are wondering, where we are keeping him since we moved to Park City. Well the funny thing is, we lived on or around the ranch for over 9 married years and never bought a horse, well 2 weeks before we decided to move we purchased Sunny. How ironic is that? So Kendall and Tanner are taking good care of Sunny for us back in Lost Creek. Everytime we are in town though, Jake saddles up and goes for a ride.