Friday, August 12, 2011

Funny Friday

 


We have been known to dress all our kiddos in the same color, to keep track of them at the Children's Museum or a crowded splash pad.  But a trip to Target?  I assure you it was their idea this time.  But I figured we stand out as it is.  Why not really make them wonder? :)  (Can you believe we had 5 shirts in 5 different shades of green, and they all fit?  Nothing short of amazing, I say.)

ps - We're having a great time with cousin Sam this week while his parents celebrate their 10th Anniversary.  Congratulations, Uncle David & Auntie Sarah!

7 comments:

Megan said...

What cuties!

Jamie said...

That's a great idea!

AdoptionMom said...

Sounds like fun! You should have come over here, we butchered chickens this weekend. I updated my blog with pictures. The kids like it and learned a lot about dissection and chicken organs.

myminivanrocks said...

I ALWAYS dress my kids in the same color when we are going to crowded places. It makes doing the head count every 30 seconds much easier! When I buy them clothes, I make sure that they each have an orange, green, red, and blue shirt so we can mix it up a bit!

Annie said...

...And everyone looks great in green!
Good thing they didn't opt for red, you might have ended up counting a few Target employees while you were at it!

Sarah 'Bekah said...

Cute! I somehow missed this when you posted it...musta been busy or something... ;) Sam sure did have a great time with you all!

Genesis said...

Hi I saw your blog on rhouse it was shared since it was about fundrasing someone put down your blog to look at. I was wondering who you are adopting through? We live in Utah not sure where you live. But my husband and I really want to adopt and as I was reading your adoption story it said that you only needed 8k total? What agency are you going through if u do not mind me asking. We can not afford a lot and we sure would love to adopt again. Thanks,Genesis
p.s you can email me at elijahsmommy123@gmail.com

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