Sunday, April 24, 2011

Easter Sunday

The Easter Bunny came!


The kids enjoyed going through their baskets seeing all the goodies.


Plastic bugs to go with the bug keepers and magnifying glasses.



Sidewalk chalk







Trying to get a family picture. This was the best we could do



After church, we went to Paul's family for lunch and an egg hunt. Once again, Logan found the most eggs and had a blast doing it.







Opening baskets from Grandma.







Friday, April 22, 2011

Science Museum

I took the kids to the science museum since we had the day off from preschool. Although it was crowded we had a good time. We even met another blogger and her 2 adopted girls. You can read her post here.

I think Logan likes the children's area best. Here he is making bubbles in the huge columns of water.



Sophie also likes the children's area but her favorite part was the dolls in the doctor area.













The museum has a new exhibit about China. Here are the kids sitting in a traditional Chinese classroom.





Monday, April 18, 2011

Pizza for Dinner

The kids and I made pizza tonight. They had so much fun. I didn't get a picture of the pepperoni portion because they were just eating them not putting them on the pizza. After rolling the dough, you add the sauce. Good stuff! Sophie, smile! Next comes the cheese, then pepperoni. Into to the oven to cook. Final product. It was good pizza (there was only 2 pieces left for Paul).

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Gladney Easter Celebration

Gladney hosted an egg hunt at their campus here in Fort Worth. We invited Grandma Noi to go with us. The eggs were already hidden when we got there so the kids took a few moments to scope them out.




After, we had some cookies and posed with the Easter Bunny.



Then it was time to get those eggs. Logan knew exactly what to do and in no time had his basket full. He was very sweet after the hunt when he gave the toddler sitting next to us some of his eggs because she didn't have any.












Saturday, April 16, 2011

Strawberry Fields

Okay, so not really a field, more like just one lone plant. Maw Susan planted this strawberry plant last fall and today we found strawberries ready to eat! Showing their harvest (all 4 strawberries). Thankfully, just enough for each of us to enjoy. Yum! She kept signing "more" after she ate hers. By the way, both kids ate the whole strawberry. Yes, even the green leafy part.

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Crow OHMazing Days

The local Asian museum hosts a family day each month. We were finally able to take Logan to one. It was a yoga-themed day. We started sampling some bubble tea and creating our own trailmix. Then Logan made a pinwheel using a straw, beads, and pipecleaner. After that we headed inside for some yoga.

Snake pose uder the string.


Crab walking to the balance beam, where we did the tree pose first.


Creating a tunnel for our new friends to go through.




We then made origami cranes. The kids also made recycled wallets from large envelopes.




Afterwards, we headed back outside to have a snack (including our trailmix) and enjoy the scenary.