Saturday, January 12, 2008

Dangerous Things

Dale and Tina got the boys (I think for me and Kirsten too) this book for Christmas.

It has amazing content for boys such as:

I especially like the first 2 points about girls:

Saturday, December 01, 2007

Rider Pride

In honor of the Grey Cup Champions!

Darrel (born in Saskatchewan) Anderson


For those Ebay buyers like me.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Jack Speak II

Darrel: I think that since Jack still has a red nose, that we should put antlers on him for Christmas pictures. He can be a reindeer.

Jack: Me no like it!

Darrel: Jack, what don't you like?

Jack: Rainbows.

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

MP3 Door Bell

So I was thinking about building a door bell with an mp3 player and by coincidence found this:

Now the question to all of you is: if you could have any sounds as your door bell sound, what would it be?

Please post your answer in the comments!



Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Jack Speak

Darrel: Jack, how old are you?

Jack: I Big!

Darrel: No, Jack you are 2.

Jack: No, big.

Monday, September 03, 2007

The Sweet Smell of Pavement

Kirsten and I almost fell over with surprize when we got home from our trip to Vernon. They repaved our street while we were gone! For those of you that have visited us, you will know how rough it was before. There was a notice on our door telling us that we would not have car access to our house for 3 days while they paved. What a good time for us to go away, though Jack would have loved to watch it! As Kirsten put it, "Good thing we didn't leave our other car on the street!"

Gotta love pleasant surprises
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Sunday, August 19, 2007

Fall Down-Go Boom

Tonight Jack took a tumble and cut below his nose on the coffee table. Here are a couple pics of Jack with his band-aid, the first one with him pointing to here he hit the table and the second won with him smiling post trauma. Charlie Chaplin eat your heart out.

And just for fun a picture of my new hair cut. Though truth be known, it only stood up like that on the first day. I thought I would try out the "crooner" pose.