Monday, August 23, 2010

Greyson in Action

WARNING: This is a video of our baby doing normal baby-like things and could be extremely boring to viewers with their own babies at home. Intended for baby hungry family members living in other parts of the country. Proceed with caution.

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Six Months

We took some quick pictures yesterday to celebrate Greyson's SIX month birthday.  I can't believe how fast our little Butters is growing up.  He is a professional roller, bouncer, and rice cereal eater...soon to be a master sitter!  More stats on Greyson later.

As you can see I am super far behind on blogging...again. More pics to come!

Monday, August 16, 2010

It's a Hard Knock Life

Today I sent Avery down to her playroom to clean up her daily destruction.  A few minutes later she comes upstairs with a look of despair on her face and says, "Mom, I am real tired of cleaning my playroom.  I want to go live with Daddy Warbucks!"
Looks like someone has been watching a little too much Annie.

Thursday, August 12, 2010


Ez and I celebrated our EIGHT year wedding anniversary on August 10th.  Yesterday he surprised me with tickets to The Black Eyed Peas concert! They were awesome and our seats were even more AWESOME!  We took most of these pics and the sweet, sweet video with our completely worthless, but oh so convenient camera phones.  Please excuse the phone/video quality :)  Some takeaways from the concert were...
  1. The Peas put on an amazing live show. Cool stage, dancers, effects, etc.
  2. They attract a diverse crowd - as in smokin' hot cougars (older women not cats) on the arms of less than attractive Bill Gates looking old men, as well as a 70 year old Grandpa and Grandma that sat a few rows over from us, kinda weird but cool.
  3. Buffalo has no love for T Pain.  T Pain opened the show to an arena that was half empty.  He was good..."I'm on a Boat", "Buy UA Drank"....come on people, everyone needs a little gangsta rap in their life.
  4. Paper Confetti falling from the sky is as cool as I imagined.  I don't know why, but I have always wanted to be somewhere like the Super Bowl or The Price is Right when you win both showcases...when they shoot confetti out of those huge gun things and it falls from the sky covering everyone.  The last song of the night was "I've Gotta Feeling", the crowd was jumping like on Oprah, and confetti was flying was awesome!!  Check the video...

Thanks for an unforgettable eight years, and a super fun night Ez!  And...a huge thank you to Grandma Bev for watching the kids again, so we could have a good time!