Thursday, October 23, 2008
Monday, October 13, 2008
During the skit, D.J. got scared. To keep him from crying, I let him take a picture of the skit. Here is his picture. A cowboy is stealing some "cows."
Here are pictures of the boys playing some of the games. Brandon is making "soup" and D.J. is playing feed the cowboy. He had to see how much "food" he could throw into the hats.
Here are pictures of the boys having fun in the jumphouse in kiddie corral.
Here are pictures of us on the hayride. The boys really enjoyed the hayride. Jeremy was helping out on one of the teams, so he wasn't with us most of the day. However, it worked out that we went on the hayride at the same time. D.J. was very happy about this and said that he was thankful that God worked it out that Daddy got to go on the hayride with us.
Here is D.J. enjoying his popcorn on the hayride!
Saturday evening, after everything was done, D.J. told me that he is not going to forget that until he is 68! :)
Thursday, October 9, 2008
Take a big ziplock bag and put ice, salt, and your small bag. Shake it until it thickens. This should take about 5 mins. If you don't put enough salt, it won't freeze. The salt lowers the temp. You will probably want to use a towel or gloves as it gets very cold. Before opening your bag of ice cream, you will want to wipe it off to make sure that no salt gets into the ice cream.
You can also do it in a bowl if you want to. Make the small bag the same way. Then take a big bowl, put ice, salt, and a little water. Then move the small bag around in the ice.
We haven't tried it yet, but I think next time we are going to put m&m's or chocolate chips or some such thing in with the milk also.
Have fun and use your imagination!