>Bowls, Blankies, and Costumes

>So, I’m here to post some new-ish pictures. I hope you like them.

Remember how I said the other day that Zeke likes to wear bowls on his head? Well, I got this picture of him doing it. Not the greatest shot, but it’s hard to get a good picture of a wobbling toddler who is attracted to your camera like a moth to a bug zapper.Here’s my sweet boy with his blankie. He loves this thing. He will go and pull it through the bars of his crib so he can carry it around with him. He wrapped it around himself like this while he was watching a video.

Here are the boys waiting for the Halloween Parade to start. Notice how Pirate/Cowboy Tyner is practically laying on Zeke. Yeah, that’s about normal.
Zeke chillin’ in his stroller. He eventually pulled his hat off. And then tried to put it back on. Upside down.Sierra walking in the parade. Doesn’t she look thrilled? Don’t ask me about the crown. That’s all we could come up with for this Fairy/Princess/Winged Creature.

The big kids before Trick or Treating. Daddy took them to Fort Jones, hoping they might see some people they knew. They came back with a bowlful of candy. I was happy. All three kiddos. See, I put Zeke in his Halloween jammies. That counts as dressing up, right?! Sierra after Trick or Treating last night. This was before 9:00 pm. I guess her new seating arrangement for reading was a little too comfortable.
Well, that’s it for now. See y’all later.

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2 Responses to >Bowls, Blankies, and Costumes

  1. Heather says:

    >She sure does like to read like her mommy. Great pics. Can u send me the pic of the three of them through email. thankslove tyners costume, heck when you can’t decide combine, lol.

  2. Kimi says:

    >First, I have to tell you that Jo did not like your song. When I was just on Heathers page she was dancing. When I switched to yours, she started screaming and crying till I turned the music off.B, I love all the pics. Sierra is looking so like an ‘older kid’. Know what I mean?

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