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This is a blog about my life, my family, and photos that I take. It's a place where I can quickly record what's going on in my life and post pictures of the memories we make. You are welcome to read, view, and leave comments. :)

Saturday, October 18, 2008

My Birthday

Here are some pictures from my birthday. We went to my Mom and Dad's house for dinner. My Mom made homemade chop suey like she used to make for my birthdays when I was a kid. Tim bought me a pretty cake with sunflowers on it.
32 years ago, I was there little baby. :)
Me and my wonderful husband. :) He loves me so much and sometimes I just don't know why. :)
Here's our first baby. Allison is 12 years old now.
Here's our silly Clara. she just got a harmonica and has been playing it.
Emily is all dressed up for Mommy's birthday.
My Mom made homemade chop suey. It was delicious!
Me and Benny. I don't know why he's making big eyes. :)
Tim got me a new monitor for our computer.
Tim did a good job picking out a cake. He knows I love sunflowers.

Allison's Birthday

Here are pictures from Allison's 12th Birthday. She and her friends call themselves "Casserole" as a group. They all have nicknames that go into casserole. Allison is Chicken and some of her friends are Broccoli, Cheese, and Rice. Cheese and Rice came to Allison's Casserolean Birthday Sleepover. Allison wanted me to make a cake that looked like a casserole. I also made real casserole for dinner. Allison's friends ended up staying over two nights and we all had a fun time.

Allison decorated this box that we hid some treats in for a scavenger hunt.

Here are the casseroles. The one on the left is the dinner casserole. The one on the right is the birthday cake.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Tim's Birthday

In the past 3 weeks, we've had 3 birthdays at our house. Tim's was first, then Allisons, and then mine. Here are some pictures from Tim's birthday.

I can't remember how this happened, but somehow Allison ended up with cake on her glasses and nose. I think she was trying to lick the frosting off of her cake or something.