Tuesday, January 25, 2011

What we've been doing around home

Since I am monumentally behind on my weekly reviews and blogging in general, here's a few shots that show us playing with some of the great Christmas gifts we received this holiday. Thanks grandmas, grandpas, aunts and uncles!!!!

I feel that this week, life may get back to some-what normal! We started up co-op again, which gives me a free Tuesday afternoon to catch up on laundry, blogging, and house-hold stuff. We have been having a good time getting back into school and everyone is working hard!

We have two in the Upward basketball program this winter, Abby started a swim class at EMU with a friend, and I start up a new Beth Moore study (Daniel) next week-yeah!

Here is Zeke making his homemade rootbeer with his buddy; thanks, uncles Jeff and Dave and Aunts Chris and Kim!!

We got some of the Playmobil Egypt sets and the kids have had a great time setting them up and playing elaborate games with them these last few weeks! I have made a couple shelves of one of the bookshelves in our living room a "special toy" shelf. The kids play really well with the toys featured on those shelves and I plan on rotating them avery 4-6 weeks.

Micah LOVES to build. He has plans to build his own full-size house with Uncle Sam sometime. Here he is with a car and a boat built from a set he got for Christmas.

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