Week 41 – October 8 – 14, 2012
(Completed on 12/16/12)
We went to The Paine Art Center for the Ansel Adams’ exhibit. In the children’s area the activity was to make a Frankenstein head. They had the blank green heads already made out of milk jugs.
Here is one last photo of “yours mullein” with the leaves harvested. I needed to explain to Henry that I don’t want it cut down because I want the seeds to fall on the ground and plant more mullein. I was able to redirect his attention to job we were in the garden for…cutting broccoli.
My awesome broccoli that wouldn’t stop growing!
My light rainbow wrap with a fancy twist.
I made pumpkin cheesecake for my book club meeting. Because I hosted I got to pick the book for us to read and discuss – Her Mother’s Hope.
Charlie reading to Nola Mae! Melts my heart!
Henry’s preschool went to a local pumpkin patch for a field trip.
We got our first egg from the hens that we hatched this spring at home and with Charlie’s kindergarten class.
On Robbie’s birthday weekend we had his friends over and also a couple of Charlie’s for a combined b-day party. This is the cake Robbie designed after for the Elemental Warrior stuff he plays.
This is the second year in a row we carved pumpkins.
Jack helped all the boys make a step stool. It was a huge hit.
Thankfully we have photos of when Robbie was a baby because I would have told you that he had no hair when he was a baby! Happy Birthday, Robbie!