Saturday, December 16, 2006


Ok, so I am really slow to post.. sorry everyone.. There has been so much happening in our house that I don't really know where to start!

We are sure enjoying our new family members. They are really getting along well with our family! They sleep as much as we do.. just opposit times!

Taylor had his two concerts last weekend, and he had a blast.
This week, he had his "girlfriend" over to do crafts and have a play date! They had a great time. Max even came out to play with Lauryn also!

And I am enjoying my daily nap with Stephanie! She is a great child to babysit!
Enjoy. And I hope I will not take so long to do the next post!

Saturday, December 09, 2006

RIP Panda

Ok, so we had this thought that Panda got into the vents....
Found... one very cooked hamster.... Sitting on the furnace......

sorry to give out sad news...


Missing in Action....
One Panda,
Missing since... well sometime after 9pm, but noticed at 11pm last night.
Escaped from his cage we are sure with some help from either one 6 yr old, or two kittens.
What do we do with a missing Panda??

Jason and I spend the better part of an hour looking for Panda. We looked high, and low, and didn't find the hamster. We are hoping and praying that he didn't fall down the air vents. He has escaped a few times before... ok, many times before, but he has always been found. This is the first time that he has been MIA for so long.
Anyone with any information to our missing Panda please call the Pet Poilice! Or just let us know, so we can send him off to Pet Heaven if needed....

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

picture of the new family members

Well Max and Finn have been welcomed into our family. And we have been welcomed into theirs.

These to kittens are so great. We are sure having a good time getting to know them, as they are getting to know us. They are still shy around us, but they are coming around.
They really like to crawl into bed with Jason and I. And they are quiet when the sleep!
They have had fun learning our house, our fish, and finding out what Panda is. They have also shown Jason and I how much they don't care for the litter box with a cover! They let us know.. by using our bed..... Ah well, the lid came off, and they are using the box now.
Max is the darker kitten, he is also smaller. He is the trouble maker of the two. Max seems to be the one who starts everything.
Finn is the vocal one. He has no problem letting us know he is with us. He sure knows how to meow!
We are having a good time with these guys, and are so happy to have two "babies" in our family.
As for Jason and I being pregnant... sorr to dissapoint you, but not to worry, in God's time it will happen!
Thanks for reading, have a great day!

Monday, December 04, 2006

family members

5 months.....


what else....

I think I will leave it at that for now....

Sunday, December 03, 2006

New Family members

Well we have 2 new family members on the way! We are all so excited about this! I think this is going to be a great experience for our family!
I will update you more as soon as I can!

Hugs to all!

Monday, November 27, 2006


Well things have been kinda slow here, well, more like we haven't taken a lot of pictures... Last weekend marked the first day that I got to fiddle with knobs on the sound board at Church On The Rock Apparently it was a little too loud (or so Robyn and Sophie say), I'm blaming the swimming from the night before for plugging my ears. I had fun anyways, got not quite so scared to actualy move things by the time the end of service came around.

Wednesday (I think) we went to Maple View mall in Burlington. Interesting mall, found a cool little hobby/game store where we picked up a copy of Carcasone and we've been playing ever since. Here's some pics.

Aside from the game we also ran across a jeweler and decided to stop in. About 20 minutes and $160 later Robyn finaly had her wedding band :) We also left them with her engagement ring so it could be repaired.

Not much else I have to say except sorry to those who may download one of the messages from the Church website, I kinda was behind on the eight ball last night and hit record a little late for Dave's message @ The Alternative.

BTW, how high do you think Taylor went after this picture?

Tuesday, November 21, 2006


upon discovering a dead mouse, and closer inspection, we have dected that the cause of death is "blunt foce trama to the neck"

Other news Suiside among the mice. These mice have been walking on the glue traps finding themselves very stuck to these traps. when figuring out how to get off these traps, the walked right into the "snap trap" what do we do with all these mice?

Nothing! the house is quiet, and we have not seen any mice in a day! I hope we are at the end of the mice!!

Saturday, November 18, 2006


Ok, so this morning, Taylor yells "Dead Mouse!!!!!"

Aly jumps up, to look, I sit with Rylan in my arms, Sophie says "Okay".....
And the snap trap has a mouse!!!!
Thank goodness... slowly we are catching them... Jason has taken two of them from the glue traps, Aly has taken the one from the snap trap, and two from a glue trap... so that leaves us.... only .... only..... huh.. I wonder how many more that leaves us....

I guess we just keep checking the traps, and keep setting them, until... well until a week goes by without a single mouse in the traps! What else is there to do right?

Monday, November 13, 2006


Ok, some of you might find this funny, some might find it offencive...

We have been dealing with mice in our house for a while now. Like some of you, I CAN'T live with the things. We have had the "snap-traps" all over our house. The mice seem to avoid the traps. It doesn't seem to matter what we put on the things. We have put everything on the traps that they have gotten into. So what do you do next?

I got really upset that these stupid mice were getting into all our food. Leaving their "calling card" everywhere. I have a lazy susan and there is a mess all over there every day. I clean it up daily, and then by that night, it is messed again.
So now what? Get a cat? we have a hamster that gets out once in a while, so I don't want it to get out and eatten by the cat...

So down to Canadian Tire I go. Very upset, and ready to do anything I can to get these stupid mice out of my house.
Snap traps... don't work...
live traps... what do you do with the mice once you catch them....
what else is there...

GLUE TRAPS!!!! that is such a great idea! They are soo sticky, nothing can get off them. You can fold them so that you don't have to see the mouse when it is caught on it... no worries right?
So, I buy as many as I can... thinking "gee.. the more we have the more mice we can catch, the less food we go through" the "folded" glue traps are all over the house. we don't have to worry about seeing it when it is stuck.. day one.... nothing day two... nothing day three... nothing again...

So.. lets open the traps and lay them flat! That will work.. there is more glue for them to have to walk on! Ya what a great idea! We know where they are hiding.. lets see what we can do with that right!
So we have 10 glue traps out, we know we have a few mice.
I send my sister down to the kitchen to make my son lunch for school. She comes back upstairs, and tells me the one in the lazy susan is not working, as the box of granola bars has been opened again. Great.. Now what right...
Well my 6 yr old son, heads to the cereal area, and SCREEMS! I go running in to see what the problem is.. There is a mouse on the glue trap at the back of the fridge. No big deal. My plan was to put it in a bag and take a hammer to it.
ok.. that isn't going to happen.. I can't do that to the poor thing. A hammer? I mean really... that is mean.. So now what do I do with the thing.. I am NOT picking up the trap with the live mouse on it! So, I leave it there... really people.. what do I do.. I can't face the poor thing... it is kinda cute...

Any suggestions??

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Halloween pics...

Ok, sorry it has taken me soooooo long to get this post done. I think I am going crazy!

So this is pics of the two houses, and putting up Halloween decorations. we put the spider web between the two houses, and we had a great time with things. This is the first time, that we have gotten along with the people next door!

Sunday, October 29, 2006

pictures as promised

Well, I got the pics up on Jason's computer. Now, you can see what fun we had at the Haunted Haumilton Costume Ball. There is a lot of booze in some of these pics, but I can safely say that Jason and I only had one drink each.... we had just as much fun as those who were drinking like fish!!
Enjoy the pictures!!

Ghost Guide Johnathon

"Dark Lady" aka Lady Gwendolyn (we think)

Daniel, Stephanie, myself, and Jason

By the way, Jason and I won for "Best Couple"

Well I have a few more pics, but Blogger isn't allowing me to upload at this time.. I will try again tomorrow!

Saturday, October 28, 2006

Pictures may offend. Please be careful!

Ok, so Jason and I are going out to the Haunted Hamilton's Halloween Ball tonight! We are both looking forward to going. We have been slaving over the sewing michines for the past few weeks, and this is what we get out of it! A fun night, for just the two of us, in a haunted house!
Here are some of the pics...

Ok, so why is it that it takes so much longer for me to get ready then it did for Jason?? I started they eyes at 4:30pm, and only finished everything at 6pm??? How is that fair? It only took him 5 min to get ready!!

Here are the last two pic of us before we go out!
(please don't look at the house.. I know it needs work, now that Jason and I are done our other things we can worry about the house)

Thursday, October 26, 2006

been on the hunt

Ok, so I have been on the hunt for a pair of boots that will look good with my halloween costume. I spent most of the afternoon yesterday looking for them. I went to so many different stores, and didn't get anywhere. I found a few pair that I liked, and got them on.. and my thighs are too fat!
So, early today, I ran to Walmart to see what I could find for more Halloween decorations, and such. Low and behold! I found my boots!

Thursday, October 19, 2006

OK, so I am really really slow..
Nanny and David were here for a week, and I didn't tak a single picture! However, my sister was smart enought to take this one of Tic and David.

Yesterday Sophie and I spent the day together. It was nice to get out of the house, and do something. She came back to our house for dinner, and her and I ran away for 1 hour with out any children! We left Rylan with Jason and Aly. Everything should be cool right? NOT! LOL.. Jason.. you sure you still want more children?? I hear it was a wee bit stressful with a screaming baby for the full hour!
This is what Sophie bought while we were out!

Then today, I thought I might as well get in gear and get this costume done for next saturday! I just started today! I don't know what I am doing! I don't understand the pattern.. but I am sure that I will get it done.. maybe..

Friday, October 13, 2006

Friday the 13th!

Ok, so how many of you are worried about everything that happens today? Do you suffer from paraskevidekatriaphobia: (v) fear of Friday the 13th?? Well if you do, don't go to
Jason and I are going on a ghost walk tonight at Niagra on the Lake. I am hoping that the "white stuff" holds out for us. After seeing the pics on S's blog, I am a we bit worried, however, that IS in the opposit direction then we would be heading. I was watching some of the weathernetwork today, and maybe shouldn't. I will never leave the house!

Well off I go to work on Jason's halloween costume! Wish me luck. I will post pics of the progress when we get home tonight!

Happy Friday the 13th to everyone!

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

How does it work in your family....

So, how do the chores work in your family?
I have to admit, things are not going so good here. It sure isn't easy.
Since I am at home, I don't mind doing the washing/drying the laundry, folding it, but I leave it for everyone else to put away. I don't mind making supper, or other meals. However, I fee, that the person to cook, shouldn't be the one to do all the cleaning of the meal either. Maybe I am wrong, and I should just get use to doing all the house work, but I thought we could all share this. I did a lot of house work growing up, and when I was on my own, I also did the cleaning. When you are alone, you are the only one who can do the cleaning.
I think I am going to write out a chore chart for everyone, and see how that works. I think it will be ok, but who knows how that will work. I figure that will work out the best, and we can take it from there. I guess this is all a day by day event.

Sorry it has been so long since I have done an update, but I will try and get this done more now that I have my house some what back to normal....
Thanks in advance for your suggestions!

Sunday, October 08, 2006

Been a while

Ok, so I am slow to post. We have family here for the week, and I just haven’t had time to get near the computer. But today is a special day!

Jason, I love you with all my heart! One year ago today, we married. The three of us became one. We have grown together, and will continue to grow together. We have over come many trials, and will continue to face each trial and over come each of them. We keep our hearts together, and work on things as one. We will continue to keep God in our lives, and let him Work with us!
I love you Jason, and I can't wait to celebrate the rest of our lives together. There will be so many more anniversaries to celebrate together.

Love you with all my heart and soul!

Sunday, October 01, 2006

long time

Ok, so it has been a very long time since I posted. I have been very busy with so much going on.
Well the Fair went well. We got our name out there, and that is what counts. I met some wonderful people. I have lots of ideas and many more things will be coming up!
Here is what our table looked like.

This is also the sleeping/bunting bag we made, in short time!

I spent the weekend away in Brampton with my TOPS group there, for RALLY. It was great! I enjoyed the time there very much! I sure miss that group. I hope that my group here will eventually warm up to things, and be easier to deal with.

I hope that this week is better for us to get up and write and keep blogging for you guys. I know that I need to take more pics and let everyone know what is going on.
I will have a post about church today.. but that will have to wait until I figure it out!

Sunday, September 24, 2006

busy times

Well we are all preparing for Tuesdays "big Fair", and doing all we can to amek sure things are all in order. I have to get some new things up on the website, and get a few other things changed on the site. But I am hoping that the site will be a total show of what you would also find on any table I have.
We have been talking about some things, and how we can make the business boom. I think we might make just the pillow cases for sale now also. So we will have the cases, the pillow & case, the blankets, bibs, and a few other little things.
I will keep you all posted as to what is going on. I am now going to bed and going to try and get a few more things done for morning!
Thanks so much to all for your prayers and encouragments! It sure isn't easy starting your own business.
Thank you to Jason, Nanny, Alyson, and Taylor for being so understanding, and helping me along the say! I love you all!

Friday, September 22, 2006

Awaiting Jason's return

Well it has been a very long week with Jason being in Alabama. I am so glad he is returning tonight. I just wish it was earlier then midnight, and not at TO airport!
Things have been very busy this week. Taylor has been having a hard time in school, and not wanting to listen to his teacher, kind of sounds like the wa he has been at home! I am sure that it is just a phase, and things will smooth out soon. Taylor has been working on his word sounds. I am looking for a good game that might keep him intrested in learning. I have found this past while, he has lost intrest. I don't know if he is bord, and beyond what we are teaching him, but it is rather upsetting with him not wanting to learn. I am sure that things will get better. I have been looking into different books that might get his intrest.
Things in our house are settling in. Now that we have a rutine, and things are getting done. Taylor is looking for other ways to sing Grace. we always do the "Jonny Apple seed" and he wants to learn more. We have tried to tell him, that you don't always have to sing Grace, but he is more intrested in singing, and said he will save his talking to God for bed time.
I am so very happy with him, and his faith in God. It is amazing how children have no fear, and just trust in the Lord. Why is it that we as adults have a hard time with trusting the Lord. I for instance, read my bible more then I read it to him. Yet he is so much stronger in his faith then I am. He knonws that God will always be there for us, that we can trus that God will not let us do without. Why do I have such a problem with that?
Philippians 4:4-7
Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, Rejoice. Let your gentleness be knows to everyone. The lord is near. Do not worry about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made know to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

ASAP- Always say a prayer!

Thursday, September 21, 2006

Well.. I said I would never feed my son something I wouldn't eat myself... However.. tonight was an exception... I didn't feed him... Aly did.. She made brussel sprouts with cheese. My mom can tell you that is something that she couldn't get me to even think about eating! I found so many ways out of eating them!

Ok. so Taylor has been having a blast with his hambster. This is what we have done with his cage now. We had it different, but I went and got more tubes, so we changed it to this for now!

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

The Brick


A young and successful executive was traveling down a neighborhood street, going a bit too fast in his new Jaguar. He was watching for kids darting out from between parked cars and slowed down when he thought he saw something.

As his car passed, no children appeared. Instead, a brick smashed into the Jag's side door! He slammed on the brakes and backed the Jag back to the spot where the brick had been thrown.

The angry driver then jumped out of the car, grabbed the nearest kid and pushed him up against a parked car shouting, "What was that all about and who are you? Just what the heck are you doing? That's a new car and that brick you threw is going to cost a lot of money. Why did you do it?"

The young boy was apologetic. "Please, mister...please, I'm sorry but I didn't know what else to do," He pleaded. "I threw the brick because no one else would stop..." With tears dripping down his face and off his chin, the youth pointed to a spot just around a parked car. "It's my brother, "he said "He rolled off the curb and fell out of his wheelchair and I can't lift him up."

Now sobbing, the boy asked the stunned executive, "Would you please help me get him back into his wheelchair? He's hurt and he's too heavy for me."

Moved beyond words, the driver tried to swallow the rapidly swelling lump in his throat. He hurriedly lifted the handicapped boy back into the wheelchair, then took out a linen handkerchief and dabbed at the fresh scrapes and cuts. A quick look told him everything was going to be okay. "Thank you and may God bless you," the grateful child told the stranger. Too shook up for words, the man simply watched the boy! push his wheelchair-bound brother down the sidewalk toward their home.

It was a long, slow walk back to the Jaguar. The damage was very noticeable, but the driver never bothered to repair the dented side door. He kept the dent there to remind him of this message: "Don't go through life so fast that someone has to throw a brick at you to get your attention!" God whispers in our souls and speaks to our hearts. Sometimes when we don't have time to listen, He has to throw a brick at us. It's our choice to listen or not.

Thought for the Day:

If God had a refrigerator, your picture would be on it.
If He had a wallet, your photo would be in it.
He sends you flowers every spring.
He sends you a sunrise every morning Face it, friend - He is crazy about you!

God didn't promise days without pain, laughter without sorrow,sun without rain, but He did promise strength for the day, comfort for the tears, and light for the way.

Read this line very slowly and let it sink in...

If God brings you to it, He will bring you through it.
sorry for taking so long to post.. but I havn't been in th emood.. and I just don't feel like posting much. nothing new is happening around here.
Jason is away for the week. He is in Alabama on training. Taylor and school are going well. I am waiting to hear bafk from CRA about a job I applied for.. other then that.. not much has been happening.
I have the laundry all caught up, house clean..lunches made for tomorrow.. baking done.. what else is there to

I have to get ready for the fair on tuesday, but I can't seem to get in the mood to pull out the sewiing michine.. so I hope to try and get that done today. Maybe since it is raining I will get that done.

well off I go to find something to do! Have a good day

Thursday, September 14, 2006

Small group

Ok, so even though we were a wee bit under the weather, Jason and I attended our first Small group. We got together with our Assistant Pastor, his wife, and 5 other people.
We did a nice little dinner, and a chat. We got to know eachother with a few questions Pastor Steve put out to us. We talked about so much.
I have been struggling with my faith for a while now. Some of you I have spoken to about my struggles, some know tid bits. I spoke out tonight. I spoke out, and promised that I would continue to let the Lord into my life, let the Lord show me the way, open my eyes and heart to learn more. I have committed to a daily time with the Lord. This is something that I have not really done before. I have decided that I will take the time between 9-10 am daily to be with the Lord. To read his word, praise him, and open my eyes to see him. I have this time daily to do this. I have never been good with commiting to this. I need to learn how to be commited to this, how to make sure I do this.
I need the Lord to be in my life, to pray to him daily. He is who made us. He knows our thoughts, and our lives, long before we do.
I praise the Lord for his ever loving pactience with me, and my faults. For always standing by me when I am lost. For never letting me fall. Thank you all for standing by me, and for teaching me how to grow in the Lord.


Well take some advil for the headache, try some Tylenol Cough for the sore throat, and rest... right.. Ya right... not when you have kids!
So, I wake up today with such a headache, so bad that I feel I could puke. What can I do about it.. not much. Take some Advil, rub some Lavender, and continue on with the day. Nobody is up yet, but I can see it now......
.... Mom I need this... Mom can I do this.... Mom.... Mom.... Mom.....
and so on...
I love my son so very much. However on days when you just don't feel so great... It would be nice to change your name.... or at least be able to hide.

He is our blessing, and there is a reason... I have to keep telling myself this~~

I would hug you all, but I don't want to pass this around... Going to find more coffee, and something to help the sore throat... the eucalyptus isn't helping....

Monday, September 11, 2006

Post as promised

Well we spent the weekend at Forest Clif Camp. We had a wonderful time. This is us infront of our cabin.

To the right side of our cabin are these stairs (100 some odd of them have to ask Dave Naus for the right number) that we climbed a few times on saturday. Taylor didn't find them so hard, but Jason, Aly and I found them harder after doing the "Amazing Race" Saturday morning.

These stairs lead to the Beach. The Beach was beautiful. It was also the place where our "Amazing Race" started and ended. We had things such as Volley ball,

Sand Castle building, and teather ball

It was such great fun. Our first night, at the welcome time, Taylor dissapeard on us, and we found him here....

After our "Amazing Race", Jurney to the Cross, Bond Fire, and other things that included lots of good food and excersise, our time at Forest Clif Camp came to and end. But, there was nothing sad about it ending. We made so many new friens, and felt so comfortable that we hope to go again next year!
Upon leaving the camp, we went for a wonderful visit. Who could be so close to Sarnia, and not visit the Nauslings!

We had a great visit with them. Taylor and Julia played, and enjoyed eachother's company.

After Julia went for her nap, we enjoyed a new game. I can't remember the name of it, but I am sure Sue can let us know. It was really neat to learn a new game, and I won!! LOL Taylor enjoyed playing with the small pieces of the game.

Thank you to the Naus Family for teaching us a new game. I think it will be great for us to find it, and have some family time. Also thank you for lunch, and wonderful time of fellowship.

That is our weekend in a nutless, fishless shell

Sunday, September 10, 2006

we are home

we are home.. I will update tomorrow when I get my film developed... I dont' want to blow the surprise! and we all like blogs with pics!

So until tomorrow...

I will say, we did enjoy our weekend!

Friday, September 08, 2006

Happy Birthday!

Happy Birthday Robyn! Since we're going out to camp tonight I promise a dinner for two next week :)

Thursday, September 07, 2006

1St Day of School

Ok, so I am a few days late, but better late then never!
Taylor and Aly started school on Tuesday. Taylor has been very happy with his new school, and the freinds he has been making. His school is very large, but he is in a smaller class. There are only 18 students in his class, compaired to the 28 in the other grade 1 classes. I am hoping that he will continue to enjoy school. I have been sending him some little notes in his lunch box. He is going to be staying at school every day but tuesdays. This scared me at first, but I think I am ok with it now. I know that I have to let him out of our little "shell" and let him try the "big world" on for size. I have always sheltered him from nuts, and nut products, but in a school with 800 students... I can't always be there.. yes.. I could always bring him home for lunch, but I didn't think that was fair either. He has always wanted to stay at school for lunch, so he might as well while he can.

On a different note, we are heading out to Forest Clift Camp, with our church for the weekend. Since we will be out in the Sarnia area, we will stop by on Sunday to visit with the Naus family! I am very much looking forward to the weekend. I know that we need the weekend away, and I am sure that we will all learn lots.

Saturday, September 02, 2006

Special visit

Well Taylor was bouncing off the walls today. His best friend came to visit! Neal, Kim and Dano came to visit today. It was such a great time. I sure miss being able to do things like this more often.
The boys had a blast. Dano brought Tic a pordable cd player for his bday. All Tic could say at bedtime was "its just like dano's, they are the same, they match"
The boys had some great fun together! I am so greatful that they were able to make the trip down here!
Thanks so much you guys. It was so so wonderful to see you again! Looking forward to doing this again soon! Hugs!

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Passing of a friend

I gues when you only chat with someone online, it takes a while to really get to know them, it takes time to find things out. Jason and I have been talking in the Diabetic channel on MIRC for 4 years or so. We have made many friends, and gotten to know many many hearts. I received this in an email today.

Chad Goodbrand
GOODBRAND, Chad James With sadness we announce the sudden passing of Chad J. Goodbrand of Edmotnon formerly of Leduc on July 30, 2006 at the age of 26 years. Chad is survived by his loving family, his parents Brian and Diane Goodbrand of Leduc, sisters, Tammy (John) Keirstead and nephew Archer, and Jody Goodbrand, his grandparents, Ross and Joyce Goodbrand and Irene McGirr (Albert Scheltgen), many friends and his special cat "Kahlua". Chad was predeceased by his grandfather Albert McGirr. Visitation for family and friends will be on Thursday, August 3, 2006 from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Hainstock & Son Funeral Chapel, 4802 - 47 Avenue, Leduc. The Memorial Service will be on Friday, August 4, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. at St. David's United Church, 4614 - 48 Street, Leduc with Reverend Blaine Gregg officiating. Donations in memory of Chad may be sent to the Canadian Diabetes Association, Edmonton. Hainstock & Son Funeral Chapel in care of all arrangements. 4802 - 47 Avenue, Leduc. Phone 986-2151. " An Honoured Provider of Dignity Memorial"
Published in the Edmonton Journal on 8/2/2006.
Guest Book

Diabeties can kill.
Thank you Jason, for learning all you can about diabeties, for being such a great friend, and husband. For knowing what to do when someone is low, someone is high. You have learned more then anyone else I know would, about a disease.
For someone who is not personally effected by the disease, you have sure taken the time to learn, and to teach others about things. Thanks again Jason.
For those of you who know someone with diabeties, take the time to learn about it, learn what type they have, learn if there is a way to help them, to keep them on track, or if they are on a special diet, not allowed to eat foods. When you are having them for dinner, try not to have a high sugar, high in cholesterol. There are so many things we can learn, so many things we can do as friends. Yes, some people don't want help, but you can help without them knowing. Some people don't want anyone to do anything for them, but we can all help.

Saturday, August 26, 2006

Birthday fun

Happy 6th Birthday Taylor!

We all went to the Peach Festival in Wynona (Hamilton by yet another name), look around through the crafts, got some cool stuff from Teletoon, Taylor got a toy car that you put water in pump it up and it blasts off down the sidewalk from them. Finaly we stoped by the fair on our way out, man are those things getting expensive! I remember spending $20 to ride as much as you wanted, cost us $20 for 16 tickets and everything except the slide, fun house and bounce castle were 3 tickets!

When we got home Robyn took a nap then we went to BP for supper, picked up a cake on the way and they sang Taylor happy birthday for him. Anyways, here's some pics for you all.