Sunday, October 29, 2006

Caleb's lost his second tooth

Caleb is so big. Yesterday he lost his second tooth. Well, I kinda convinced him to try to pull it out. But that is only because he lost (really lost) the first one. I was not taking any chances. So now he has a big space on the bottom. He was very brave and didn't complain about the pain at all. Until I told him to look in the mirror and see. As soon as he saw the blood. It was all over. Oh the pain. I took a picture of the new grin and little Jonah is standing by his side. Look at those cheese smiles. Miss you all, love farah

Caleb's Last game

Caleb had his last game and Glenn took some pictures.
Isn't he so cute.

Cookie time

I made some chocolate chip cookies for the kids. Ethan had the most fun eating them! Bekah was visiting, so I had them make some silly faces. We had a lot of fun.

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Pictures from August's Arctic Edge VBS

Above are just a couple samples of the pictures taken during a week long VBS that was hosted by Calvary Chapel Okinawa. Caleb is striking his "ninja" pose with his friend Anna from Iwakuni, and Jonah and Ethan are showing off there beautiful smiles. These guys are a handful, but boy are they cute. We love them very much and thank God for them. A smile from one of these guys just brightens our day. They are getting so big, Ethan is 13 months old now, Jonah will be 3 years old in January and Caleb is 5 years old and in kindergarten. Everyday these boys amaze us with the crazy and wild things they do. Pray for their safety and our sanity. ; )

Sunday, October 01, 2006

Caleb's First Day at OCSI

Caleb had his first day of school as a kindergartener today. We switched him out of the Japanese school he was going to in order to make sure he doesn't fall too far behind. During our interview with the principle, Mrs. Jefferson, informed us that we will need to do a little bit of catching up as most of Caleb's classmates all ready know their letter recognition as well as most the phonetics for nearly the entire alphabet. Caleb, Farah, and I are up to the challenge and realize that with God on our side we can do all things! Write an encouraging little note for Caleb by clicking on the comment button below.

Thursday, June 15, 2006

I don't know what I am doing but we are going to try this out. So all of you at home can see how cute our kids are. How corny are we.