Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Goodbye Grandma!

Thanks for coming! We'll miss you.





Newest family member

There's a new Roth in the house. His name is Sir Williamson AKA Willie. Good thing about this one, you only have to feed him once a week, the bad, he eats mice.



Meet our baby albino corn snake.

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Centennial Park






A beautiful day at the park ended in this. Second time in 2 months this has happened. Hit and run in a park parking lot, one of my parents present each time. There seems to be a pattern here. no witnesses this time unfortunately. No more parks with my parents, you'll have to entertain yourselves next time. Tell me if this isn't irony.....when I got home, the check from the first incident was in the mailbox. I would've had a good laugh if my trunk would open and I had a lower deductible. To whomever did this.... I hope you needed those parts you left behind.











Thursday, June 24, 2010

Bowling fun with the boys and grandma!

The ball is a bit too heavy, however, not pictured here is the strike that he got on this throw (without bumper-aid)! Trey has a wicked spin. Nate runs full on but is very aware of the foul line so halts millimeters before and releases with a resounding thud as the ball falls from a 3 foot arc!

Scott thinks this is the best SPORT ever! (aren't those shoes adorable?)


"That's how it's done Scott!"
The big finale at the arcade! These boys aren't hurting for entertainment.

......and boy in a bag.


Monday, June 21, 2010

Monday, June 14, 2010

Day Camp and Chuck E Cheese

Cub Scout Day Camp



Trey's Birthday


Trey got his first pocket knife from dad. Nothing like an 8 year old with a sharp object to make things a little more interesting around here! Thanks Dad! Thankfully, as of Friday at day camp, he's now certified to carry one. In case anyone was curious.


In Samoa we watched Chuck E Cheese commercials on our recorded California cable TV for 4 years. So, since before he knew what Chuck E Cheese was, he's wanted to go where a kid could be a kid and have a real birthday party. This was the year I broke down. It was absolute madness. My head is still ringing a bit. Needless to say, the kids were kids and had a blast, and mom didn't have to do anything but hand out tokens. Great concept really. I did make the cake to eliminate some of the guilt of being the lazy party planner.







The End! Happy Birthday Trey!