Sunday, November 14, 2010

It's that time of year again...

Christmas is rapidly approaching!  And I'm in full-swing making new Christmas photo cards for 2010!  If you're looking for Christmas cards for this year that are affordable and oh-so-cute, check out my blog, Lucy Loo's and my Etsy Shop.  I've added several new templates this year and can custom create a card for your family too!

Halloween {belated photos}

I finally decided to post the few Halloween photos we have from this year.  I kept holding out thinking our camera would show up, that some kind soul would turn it in, but alas it didn't happen.  Luckily we had an old camera I found just in time for trick-or-treating on Halloween.  It was Grady's first year trick-or-treating.  We made it to about 6 houses in our neighborhood.  He was the cutest little cowboy you've ever seen!  When he'd knock on the doors he wouldn't say anything, he just tried to go inside everyone's house! HA, it was SO funny.  Most of the people were good sports, this house below however shut the door on him -thus the LONG look!  By the end he had the hang of it...we'll work on actually saying "trick-or-treat" next year!

 The lady in this house is our 'resident liberal' in our neighborhood.  We only call her that because she has every single democratic political sign possible in her yard and windows.  She's apparently very in to Halloween as she scared the crap out of Grady when she reached through the screen door dressed as a witch! She also scolded Bryan for standing up near the door with the kids..that made me laugh!

 Lucy didn't have a costume per se, but she was pretty cute in her Halloween tutu.  

I so wish I could post the pictures from trunk-or-treat at our church, but those were on our lost camera!  Oh well, memories will suffice ;)

Monday, November 01, 2010

Lost Camera

Sad day!  We seem to have lost our digital camera (probably at the trunk-or-treat we went to Friday) so I will be a little slow with pictures.  What horrible timing with the holidays coming and a new baby! ACK! But what can you do. 

Harvest Soup

OK, so the real name of this soup is Cauliflower Soup, but that title just won't do in our household (my husband has an irrational fear of certain veggies), so I call it Harvest Soup.  I made this yummy goodness last night pre-trick-or-treating.  I added 1 can of corn and I will probably add 2 cans next time because Bryan loves corn.  I served it with pumpkin rolls (1-2 cans crescent rolls: spread with 3/4 C pumpkin, 1/3 C. sugar, 1 t pumpkin spice (mixed) and roll up, bake for 15 minutes or so at 350 degrees).  Bryan loved it and didn't detect a smidgen of Cauliflower!  If you've never seen the Pioneer Woman website, she has TONS of yummy meals (several on meal my plan for November) that are worth trying!

Our stinkin' cute kids!

We finally got all of Lucy's newborn photos and Grady's 2 year photos back!  They are beautiful.  I love my kids, they are so stinkin' cute it makes me cry sometimes!

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