My 4-year old Mikey is quite the rascal sometimes. We are currently fighting with “potty language” and obedience among other things. But every so often he will surprise us with a cute sweet gesture and you remember what a good, loving, smart, helpful little kid he is. Here is an example from [...]
Mikey has taken his drawings to a new level in the last few days. This morning he informed me that he is an artist. Here are are few of his drawings of late:
1. He drew each member of the family and wrote their names beside them. The people looked more [...]
Mikey (almost 4) was playing with his sidewalk chalk while we were laying sod in our backyard. He comes over and asks his dad how to make a “U” so we go over to see what he’s up to and he has written the ENTIRE alphabet on our driveway and only got stuck on [...]
At church on Sunday, Mikey’s friend Matthew told him he would be invited to his birthday party on Friday. After church Mikey went running over to Matthew’s mom and said “Sister Larson, THANK YOU so much for INVENTING me! I’m so excited!”
Every single morning this week Mikey comes upstairs and in [...]
Yesterday’s big event was the wedding of Mike’s sister Teresa. Mike walked her down the aisle (their dad passed away when they were little kids), I was a bridesmaid, Lexi was the flower girl, and Mikey was the cute nephew Since we were all decked out in our fancy clothes we decided [...]
Grandma Marilyn bought these cute little shirts for the kids from Alcatraz in San Francisco. I was trying to get some good mug shots but Mikey was NOT cooperating.
Here is Lexi at Universal Studios Islands of Adventure. There were tons of fun rides but the highlight of her day was playing in the splash fountains.
Video was taken on a cell phone so the quality is bad. But she’s still such a cutie!
Mikey gave his first talk in church today. He was so excited and we practiced the talk several times. He got up to the podium and I told him the first words to say. He leaned right up to the microphone and said it REALLY loud. All the primary children laughed at [...]
By Alexis Lori Moore