Friday, July 31, 2009
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Monday, July 27, 2009
I was just pulling out of our neighborhood when I noticed this little beauty with a "FREE" sign leaning against it. OH Yea I'm all about the free stuff. The kids are having a blast. It is so nice being in a cul-de-sac. They have lots of room to drive it around.
Nothing better than driving around and enjoying some licorice!
Posted by The "Curby Clan" at 7:33 PM
Our Stake is having each ward make a quilt and then we're going to display them when all are done. Then someone special in our ward gets the quilt. Our ward decided to divide us up in groups and have each group make a 12x12 quilt block and then they will put them all together. The material was chosen but we got to choose a pattern. So this is our quilt block we did. We had a good time sitting and chatting as we sewed and snacked. It took us almost two hours although we did start late come to think of it. When we showed Chris he was a little surprised. I don't know what he was expecting, but he thought it would be more than just one little block for two hours of work. ha ha
I'll have to be sure and get a picture of the whole quilt. I'm curious as to how its going to turn out with so many hands that worked on it.
Starting from the left is Sara, Ali and Carrie
Posted by The "Curby Clan" at 1:01 PM
Monday, July 13, 2009
Chris discovered this event going on and thought it might be fun for our family. It was a blast! Downtown Kennesaw Museum ran a "Night at the Southern Museum".
It was so cool, having all these different characters coming to life and talking to the children. They met a lot of historical characters and got to interact with them. We got held up by a mobster, sniffed by cavemen, given stolen treasure, put in jail, Signed up for war. (CJ chose the south and Cade chose the North.) Macey played poker, CJ danced a jig and many more things. I got a lot of pictures but, still I missed a bunch of them. Some of the ones we didn't get a picture with was: Albert Einstein, Atila the Hun, cavemen, Abe Lincoln, Pirates and a few more. Here's a bunch of other pictures. Enjoy. He was a cute Roman soldier. ha ha
Colonel Mustard. He was looking for Sackajuweha. I have no idea if I spelt that right.
Storm troopers and bat mobile.
Posted by The "Curby Clan" at 3:44 PM
The kids absolutely loved seeing Star Wars characters there!! They all dropped their mouths, it took them awhile to get up the nerve to ask to have a picture with them.
R2D2 was pretty cool. Look how big he is. He just strolled around the Museum letting kids take pictures with him. Do you like our cool headbands.... they were free.
Mason was a little nervous being so close to Darth Vader. The kids were so STOKED! I think Daddy was too.
Posted by The "Curby Clan" at 3:31 PM
I thought it was so cute that Mason even played along and held up his hands.
This guy is in the second movie. My kids love going around saying "Boom Boom FIREPOWER"!
This guy really scared Macey. The room was kind of dark and he was sitting so still. When she walked by him, he turned and started talking to her. She jumped and let out a little scream/giggle. She thought that was pretty funny.
Posted by The "Curby Clan" at 3:25 PM
Macey got right in there and started playing cards, I thought that was kind of funny. Of course CJ and Cade were all into having the cowboys show them their GUNS.
While we were inside I had a pirate offer to cut off the "growth" I seemed to have on the front of me. ha ha
I still can't believe I had all these kids....really they're all mine?
We had an awesome time, I'm so glad Chris saw the advertisement for it.
Posted by The "Curby Clan" at 10:09 AM
Sunday, July 12, 2009
We decided to fix up our downstairs bathroom. The floor was wood and wood and water don't go well together especially in a bathroom used by children. We had water damage and in the summer months when it warmed up, it would not smell so good. I know it's grose, but Macey during her potty training had several accidents on the wood floor and it soaked into that wood and need I go further, yuck I know. Which is why we pulled it up and decided to put in tile. Here's a few pictures. It's a very small bathroom.
What started out as just floor and fixtures became a little more. We put in bead board and painted that and after at least 5 trys we finally got the toilet set. That was an absolute nightmare. You have to notice the faucet, Chris saw it and fell in love with it. I think that's his favorite part.
Note to self: clean mirror better
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