Monday, October 6, 2008

She will be missed!


This is a picture of my Grandma on my mom's side. I recieved a call early this morning from my Mom that she passed away at 4:00a.m. The picture is blurry and not very centered, ut since it's the only one we have of her I am grateful to one that is good enough for my children to see what she looked like years down the road. We are now preparing for a long 12 hour trip to amish country in Missourri. We have a 5 passenger impala, 18 month old, almost 4 year old, hubby, myself and my dad for this long road trip. I ran to wal-mart for an emergency item, a portable DVD player!
My Grandma is will be missed, pray for my Mom as she is going to have a very hard time with her loss.
I will be back this weekend and will talk with you more.
God Bless, Christina

Sunday, October 5, 2008

I've been tagged!

I've been tagged by Tiffany!

First: Add a family picture, Here's ours!




(yes I realize the boys are not smiling, It seems to be the case lately at pic time)
Second: Answer the questions.
1. How many children do you have? 2 boys


2. What are their ages? Little Mister is 18 months, and Big Mister is almost 4 in 1 month


3. What time of day do you start your day? When the kids wake up about 7-7:30 am


4. What do you eat for breakfast? I eat a high protien shake from Herbalife and the my Husband has raisin bran and the boys will usually eat eggs, yogurt or oatmeal


5. Do they watch TV? Big Mister loves Thomas and friends, Little Mister doesn't stay in one spot long enough to say he watches, The husband and I don't much.


6. What are their favorite activities? We love doing outdoor things as a family. My husband is a horse man and I love love scrapbooking!!


7. Do you get a break during the day from them? Yes Little Mister usually takes a 3 hour nap and Big Mister just chills and watches a movie or something.


8. How do you end your day? It's never the same lately


9. What is your best parenting advice or tip?Build your day around your childrens schedule but try and encourage a little flexibility and life will go much smoother. This was a hard lesson for me!


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