Monday, October 31, 2005


My three princes and hubby and I dressed in a traditional safari theme. I was the Safari guide, hubby was the Nerdy Tourist (black socks and all), Bobcat was the Lion, Bubba was the Tiger, and Snookie was a roaring Monkey (his brothers would roar, and so would he).

The night started off wonderfully. We had a nice dinner, and grandma came over to hang out with the boys before and during the tricker treating event. We got the kiddos dressed and headed out the door. The first kid we came across was actually coming to our door, and the boys freaked... I mean climbing up our legs screaming in terror... and that is how a lot of the night went when it came to seeing other children dressed in costumes. But all in all the night was a true success! Lots of lute, and lots of fun pictures.

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Meet my three

Through the extraordinary miracle of adoption I have 3 exceptional little boys! And on the advise of a dear friend and my husband, it is about time I put down in words what they have brought to our world!

So I'm pleased to introduce my three amigos to you...

Bobcat is the oldest. Nearly 4, he is wise beyond his years. Everyday he says something that it is just so... thoughtful or thought provoking. He is the first to ask WHY, and while he is trying to learn about the world around him... sometimes it just sends me into laughter with no answer proving to quinch his thirst for such knowledge.

Bubba is our middle son... and middle son is he ever, and a solid 3 years old in every way! Enough said :-)

Snookie, he is my little guy. At two years old he will probably be potty trained, reading, spelling... everything before Andrew.

So these are my boys. I will have to write more later... the amigos are calling for my attention!

Monday, October 3, 2005

Still my son... but by another name

Snookie, wow... what a special kid! For 5 days now he will only respond to the name Simba. Yes, as in Lion King... why, you got me. If you call him Snookie he looks right at you and says, "NO I'M SIMBA" and will not do what you want until you address him as Simba.

Please tell me that there are other three year olds that are doing the same thing.