Thursday, September 30, 2010
Every now and then I find a surprise in the boys diaper bag...some I would rather not find and then those that make me smile from ear to ear!
Lisa took a few pictures, and slipped them into Ryan's bag, what a great surprise!
A group photo of Toni's Kiddos!
Bottom Row: Giovanni, Giana, Madisyn, and Ryan
They love riding toys...Mikey, Giovanni, and Ryan
Saturday, September 25, 2010
The Wehmer family had a reunion, that was held at Great Uncle Norman's House, off of Wehmer Estates Rd. The property is near the original land that my grand parents built their family farm.
Uncle Matt and Mikey
Uncle Chris and Ryan
Uncle Matt trying to show Ryan and Mikey how to play the game "washers."
When my Dad was growing up, he was told that there was a lake in the woods, near his uncle's house, but was told that he could never go there or try to find it, as one of our family members almost drowned.
We went for a hike and found it!
Mikey is obsessed with tools, he wants to build things, use a real hammer, and has even told us he is a "construction guy."
So, when I found out that Loew*s was hosting a free workshop, called "Build and Grow," I signed Mikey up!
When we turned in our registration paper work, Mikey was delighted to get a free apron, goggles, and patch.
He also was able to pick out his very own hammer!
Sunday, September 19, 2010
My Uncle Jack's son John "Hank" Wehmer, is going to be a father!
His BEAUTIFUL and talented wife, Heather is having a boy!
(Sorry, Heather but you will be raising a wrestler! Get ready to live and breath.... pee wee, junior, and high school wrestling!)
My cousin Andrea's son, baby Nathan; thought the tissue paper looked like fun! He worked so hard pulling himself up on the chair, and then "attacked," the paper, hoping no one noticed.
Andrea, Jenny, Lindsay, Michelle, Denna, Tracy, Laura, Addison and Heather
Saturday, September 18, 2010
Francis W. Huelskoetter was born in 1925. He served with the US Army in WWII, was a POW, and was discharged as a Captain in the Cavalry. He graduated with a BS/BA degree from Washington University in 1951. Frank founded The Huelskoetter Agency in 1953, and opened his insurance business. .
His children and grandchildren invited us to help celebrate his 85th birthday!
Mikey, Dylan, and Ryan
Sunday, September 12, 2010
Sunday, September 5, 2010
Do you like tiny crawl spaces, not knowing where the next dark tunnel leads, love things REALLY high off the ground or doing an army crawl?
No...then the City* Museum is NOT for you!
If you are 3, and love all of the above, then this place is one of the best afternoons, that you have ever had!
Do you see all of the metal, that forms the tunnels?
My little spider monkey had a blast!
We went to the museum with Melody and Thaddeus Williams, and let just say that the two of them were amazing with Mikey!
Thaddeus and Mikey
Mikey checking out the channel catfish, he may or may not have stuck his hand in the water...our lips are sealed!
Mel and Mikey heading up the tree to check out the tunnels above the catfish stream.
Mikey found a huge elephant.
Each section had a theme, and tunnels are tucked away, so you really have no idea of what is next!
Mikey and Mel
The museum does have a toddler area, but it was packed, so we only spent a few minutes there.
Thanks Mel and Thad for the invite! We will go back!