Rednecks, that’s us.

Just so you know – we live in the “Walker’s house”. In our country neighborhood, everybody knows everybody. They are either life time friends or family members and there are always leading statements such as “You know that house down the road with the gray shutters…well that is so and so’s sister. She married Bob …

School and shakin’ that booty

First off – school playgroup was fun today. Christmas was the theme and for snack time the kids got to decorate their own cookies. What fun! Wade is happy. Wade is always happy when he is eating! Livi enjoying her snack. Little Luke at work on his cookie. And I’ll end this blog entry with …

Havin’ a good time

What the McCormick’s do when no one is looking. To Zoe, Allen Jackson is known as Apple Jacks. At least that is what it sounds like she says when she asks to see him. We didn’t figure this out until tonight. For a couple days we thought she was asking for Apple Jacks cereal, which …

School Days

We have started school! Well, not really school, but more of a school readiness playgroup that meets every other Monday. But it is as close to school as we can get right now. And it is FREE! This program is amazing. It gives the kids a chance to be in a preschool setting and experience …

Our Halloween

Here are a few pictures of our outing for Halloween with the kids. We went to a festival at church and back to Grandma and Grandpa’s house so the kids could trick or treat at their door. They had a wonderful time. Wade only wore his headdress long enough for the picture. If you look …

The Red Ghost

Or the Red Goblin, or a slightly different twist to “Cousin It”. This is Olivia under a toy basket.

I’d rather have a root canal.

This is long with a bit of sarcastic humor, so I will go ahead an apologize for my mental state right now. Kids are asleep. I’m exhausted. Just finished my third laundry load of wet/dirty training pants. Today was our first day of “real” potty training. I am pleasantly surprised with Luke and Wade. They …

No Polished Floor

Come in, but don’t expect to find All dishes done, all floors ashine Observe the crumbs and toys galore. The smudgy prints upon the door The little ones we shelter here Don’t thrive on a spotless atmosphere. They’re more inclined to disarray And carefree even messy play. Their needs are great, their patience small. All …

Re-cap

Re-cap ( in no particular order) Went outside to play this morning. Wade learned how to turn on the water hose. Zoe looked like she had stepped into the shower fully clothed before I could rescue her. Luke looked soppy too, but not as bad. I thought of grabbing the camera but Zoe was in …