Sunday, December 7, 2008

Monday, December 1, 2008

Feliz Navidad

Sadi (3 years old) and I were couponing today,
and on the way home the song Feliz Navidad came on the radio. She was just singing along with it as if she knew all the words, very loudly too. I listen a little closer to what she was singing when the words Feliz Navidad were being sung, I said what are you saying? Sadi told me "The song is singing Please love my dad oh please love my dad." I laughed the whole way home.
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How do you cook a Turkey?

Sage is in first grade this year and her teacher asked them to answer this question; How do you cook a Turkey? Her answer; Buy a Turkey at the store, bring it home, take Turkey out of the bag and put it in the pan. Put Turkey in the oven for 40 minutes at 50 Degrees, take out of the oven, cut it up into Medium pieces serve it on a platter and eat it.

I think that I have taught her well for being in first grade. She knew to serve it on a platter! (mommy moment) I am so proud of all the details that she went into. Sage is very observant, and I need to make sure that I continue to do everything to the best of my abilities so that she will grew be better then Martha Stewart
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Decorating the Christmas Tree 2008

"I don't want to hang everything on the bottom Mom" said Sadi so Dad lifted her up until she found the best spot to put an ornament.
It was Jake this year to hang the angel on the top of the tree. If you look closely you can see Scot hand helping him balance it.

Sage was very particular to as to where she place the ornament. It is very odd on how opinionated my girl are. They like it their way or no way. I am sure that they got that from me, but then I am going to place blame on my father, I learned it from him. I love you Dad!!
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Hanging up the lights

While I was on a ladder in a tree hanging up the Christmas lights, and since it is still so warm here in Utah, Scot decided to clean up the leaves and let the kids play in them. It was very fun for them.
Jake decided to cover up his sister with leaves and they did not move for about 30 minutes. It was fun to have the kids play so nice together, they have always gotten along great but to hear what they have to say to each other in conversation is fun. They all have their own opinions of what to do with the leaves, but in the end they agreed to have Jake cover them up.
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The losers of the game
Sorry Sage and Jake maybe next time you will listen to your mother on the correct colors to wear.
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Utah vs BYU

We are a split family when it comes to the BYU or Utah.
Both Scot and myself graduated from Utah but he always grew up loving BYU,
and wanted to attend there after going to Ricks. So needless to say on the game day,
I dress everone in the family who will let me still dress them of the WINNING team, and the rest are on their own.
This year Sage and Jake really wanted to go to school the friday before the game where their colors.
Scot and I had to have a talk to make sure that if they were sent home because of their crazy hair that we would be OK with the out come of the principle maybe calling us and kicking them out.
It never did come to that, they stayed the whole day at school and a lot of the kids wanted or wished that they would of dress up for the football game also.
Sadi in here winning colors and looking like a cool chick.
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