Monday, May 17, 2010

Boys only!

Joshua was right when he decided he needed to bring his wiffle ball bat on the camp out! Jon said they played ball for quite a while. Joshua squatted down behind one of the bigger boys apparently playing outfield (if you ask me those older boys look legit)! So cute.  
Anyway, when they got home Joshua (who didn't want to come home at all) told me he "made a fire & played baseball & fisheded & da munster!"  Jon said on Friday night Josh was scared of a monster. I have never heard him mention I imagine it was the influence of all those boys, minus their mothers!
All in all, it was a great trip & they are both ready to go camping again, as soon as the chance arises.

He really loves the outdoors!

Saturday, May 15, 2010

the cutest picture


Father Son Camp Out...

Well it's that time of year again! Joshua couldn't have been more giddy. After I packed his clothes yesterday morning he searched high & low for the perfect toys to bring along. He'd gather a toy, take a good hard look at it & say "I think I need to bring dis!"...or "not dis one."  It was awfully cute! This picture is a pile of some of the necessities.
I can't wait to get my hands on the camera when they get home! I'd say there is about a 50/50 chance of finding a blank disk, but I have faith in Jon that he'll produce the goods (fingers crossed)!

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

a true cowboy...

The other afternoon we had a hail storm & the girls threw on their boots & ran outside with cups to collect the pebbles of hail. Joshua, not owning any boots, wanted to join in the fun. Rather than put on his slip-ons, he ran upstairs & found this silly pair of baby slippers (that happen to look like cowboy boots - key word - boots). No, they didn't fit & yes, his feet were cold & wet when he came in...but he was happy! Little boys, I tell ya!

Monday, May 10, 2010

i wuv you momma!

I heard that a lot last week. Joshua also sang "Happy Birfday to mom" countless times. He was a little confused by Mother's Day... but he sure meant well!
My boys couldn't be any more different than my girls, but I love them all the same. Joshua in his own sweet way made me feel like the best mom in the world...I assure you I am far from it, but he's proof that I must be doing something right. Oh how I wuv being his momma!