Monthly Archives: November 2009

Our 2 Turkeys

We are so thankful for these two wonderful, beautiful, sanctifying children God has entrusted to us.  We wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving!!


Picture Fix

Josiah keeps us entertained and here are some pics to prove it:

He found a pair of Jed’s old sunglasses.  It was really hard for Jed to part with these.

My friend Katie was in town for a visit and we took the kids to Gymboree Play & Music and Josiah was in heaven!  Here he is enjoying bubble time.  These were the most amazing bubbles I’ve ever seen!  It seemed like there were millions of bubbles and they never popped.

Daddy time for Susie B.

Getting ready for a Saturday morning walk.  This jacket was a Christmas gift from Aunt Chesed and Uncle Jeremy.  He is just now wearing it and it’s still kind of big.  We’re working on fattening the boy!

We try to make it easy for folks to decide if its a boy or a girl. 

“Hey ladies!”  Trying pudding.  Loving it.  A pudding mustauche.

Grandparents + a cowboy + sunflower + birthday = A Great Weekend

Papa and Grandma Neubrand came down this weekend to visit and we had a great time.  Saturday we went to downtown Franklin for the Pumpkinfest. We had a blast!  The highlights consisted of watching chubby boys do a scottish/irish dance, seeing Chewbacca, and waiting in line way too long for some way too tasty kettle corn!  Later that night we got Josiah and Susannah in costume. Since it was a bit chilly outside we decided to just take Josiah out.  Thank you to Shusha for finding our costumes this year-they were so cute!  At our first house Josiah threw his bag at the people as if to say, “If you know what’s good for you, you’ll fill it up!”  Then, at the second house there was a child handing out candy. I think Josiah felt more comfortable dealing with someone his own size.  When the other kid would put candy in Josiah’s bag, Josiah would take a piece of his piece (from the first house) and put it in their bowl.  He’s such a generous and thoughtful boy-we had to explain our strategy to him after visiting that house:  The goal of the evening is to get the most candy possible!!

On Sunday we celebrated my birthday!  We went to church, out to eat at Panera, on a fast paced shopping trip, and then Jed “cooked” dinner.  After dinner, Jed brought in some roses that he and Josiah picked out.  They are the most beautiful roses I’ve seen!

Enjoy the photos-

Papa and Susannah

At the Pumpkinfest

The Cowboy

Our little sunflower

Reading the Word before heading out to trick-or-treat

My Birthday bouquet