Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Over the River and Through the Woods...

to Grandmother's house we go... Grandma Shultz has gone from 2 to 5 grandchildren in the last 2 months. She has handled it like a champ! She has stocked the refrigerator with drinkable yogurts, jello, pudding, and milk. She has also filled her garage with enough riding toys to keep all 5 happy at once. At least once a day my kids have asked to go to Grandma's house.
Here are a few pictures from this past Sunday afternoon.

Maylin one of the newest riding toys. Doesn't she look cool with her sunglasses and piggy tails.

Pierson likes to pick Grandma's flowers and give them to all the women. Fortunately the rhododendron has lots of blooms right now.

Another great thing at Grandma's is the ever-so-slight hill on the driveway. It makes for a great ride in the wagon. The tricky thing is getting it to not turn and go off course. In this picture Pierson is running after Maylin who is not heading in the right direction.

Pierson tyring to keep the wagon on track.

Daddy/"Baba" running to catch Maylin before she crashes into the pile of toys.

Maylin is going to take Pierson for the ride of his life! Thankfully he made it back in one piece.

Pierson loves the tricycles.

Pierson and Maylin helped Grandma peel hard boil eggs. They actually did a great job with this task. And my softy had to give Grandma a kiss for the camera.

Pierson making "soup". This consisted of cold water apple slices and broccoli... Don't you want some?

Maylin sure liked big brother's soup!

Just in case I have portrayed the children as perfect individuals let me show you a few funny truth's about them.

1st: One of Maylin's funny faults is that she has no problem...

picking her nose in public.

2nd: Pierson has tantrums that are actually pretty funny to watch if you can keep a sense of humor about yourself. They are becoming fewer and further between which is nice.
The next several pictures are a series of one royal tantrum. After he calmed down I showed him the pictures which he didn't seem to like. I think it surprised him at how silly
he looked. I kept them though for roasting later in life.
Imagine the screams, tears, flailing arms, and stomping feet and enjoy! :)


Kristi said...


Traci said...

whoops Kristi I accidentally posted a blank page... try this agian. :)

Larry and Carol said...

I can just see Saundra now - she must be in 7th Heaven - picture of Pierson kissing her was soooo sweet. Can't wait to see you all.

Laurie said...

Great shots! The tantrum thing cracked me up. We've video-taped tantrums before, and they do NOT like watching them back. You're right- they don't know how silly they look when they're having one. And Kristi- your comment cracked me up! Smart-alec!

Grandma Shultz said...

What can be greater than a pretty day with Grandkids playing outside at your house?
Love them,

Kristi said...

Much better Traci! Glad I came back to check it out again. And Mama, how about a day with all FIVE kiddos?
Oh, you've got some good future roasting material on those two. Hilarious!

Amanda said...

Pictures of Saundra and her grandbabies make my heart smile!!!