Monday, May 12, 2008

Mother's Day

This is my first attempt at a blog. You can count the blogs I've read on two hands. I'm not very tech savvy and I'm surely not hip. But I do love my family and think, of course, my kids are the greatest. So I think that chronicling my families daily journeys, will not only be therapeutic for me, but also give me a good way to keep track of the small, daily, things that we sometimes miss so much of, as life races past us.

I tend to take a lot of pictures. Probably too many pictures. So that's pretty much how I have been remembering events and things that have happened, by looking back at the pictures. So the last set of pictures I have is of our trip to Chuck E Cheese this week. All of us went and all of us are in at least one picture, Me, Frankie, Erik (my brother), Lexi, Skye, Summer and Chase.


I feel like I have to explain Frankie's pictures in the Chuck E Cheese slideshow just a little bit. If he looks a little 'different' it's because under the hat that I made him wear, there is no hair! We had a minor beard trimming mishap that turned into a haircut dibacle that through all the giggling and dileriousness turned into a completly bald head!! My bad. (It'll grow back in a week or so right?!)

6 comments:

Jennifer said...

Yay Kristen!! Welcome to the blogging world! I am so glad you started this, its a great way to keep record of all those memories that we don't get time to record with our busy lives!!!! I look forward to reading more!!!!

John&MaddiesMommy said...

Yay Kristen!! So glad that you have a blog, I agree, it's totally theraputic! I love it!! Glad you had a good mothers day!

Greg & Joanna said...

So glad you started a blog Kristen! I will have to come and check on the Turner troop now :).

Jen said...

yeah, i am so glad you started a blog! it looks like you guys had a great time at Chuck-E-Cheese.

The Hayes Family said...

Welcome to the blogging world! I'm excited to keep up with your pictures here!!ywifvgs

Jill said...

Those are really great pictures. It was nice to see your family! :)