Posted by Chelsea at 5:02 PM
The largest crayon in the world...15 feet long!
Robbie showing off his melted wax crayon painting!
Bins of Crayons.
Tubes of Crayons.
Being a helpful big brother!
After the long day we found a nice park by this canal to hang out and eat lunch. This picture summarizes my last couple weeks without my husband...and I can tell you right now, these kids are not feather-weights!
Posted by Chelsea at 2:23 PM
There are signs like this one around on back roads, some for fresh jam, fresh tomatoes or apples, or my favorite, Root Beer.
This young Amish girl in her very thick English Accent let us know that they were out of root beer but to come back the next day. Emmy snapped the picture (hopefully) with out her knowing. They dont like to be photographed.
Posted by Chelsea at 12:47 PM
So today, I drive up to my last closing of the season, (yeah...that means I am done working for the year!) and of course I bring my little assistant with me, and luckily right after the closing I find myself completely changing her from top to bottom in the back of my car! (why does it always have to be the worst places where there is no equipment?) Good thing I threw in a spare outfit at the last minute! It is so second nature to clean this stuff up for me...I wonder what Rob would ever do if he was stuck in this kind of situation alone? Im sure he could handle it, but it would be fun to have a hidden camera if it did ever happen! Anyway, I feel like changing kids is what I do most...and then a couple other random things throughout the day!
This is on the floor of a restaurant bathroom in ukraine, another ideal place for this to happen. It happens at least once a day, so I should have a million pictures just like this in strange places!
Posted by Chelsea at 8:11 PM
1 wild monkey jumping on the bed...the other one tucked half way under the bed!
Always, Always amused by her big brother...she laughs at everything he does. I think she loved laying in the middle of Chaos!
Posted by Chelsea at 1:10 PM
San Antonio...Home of the Alamo?
Posted by Chelsea at 6:20 PM