Friday, November 19, 2010

Guy Fawkes Celebration...

OK, so the one holiday that us Carney's celebrate in style and that connects me to my English self is the great old holiday of "Guy Fawkes" or "Bonfire Night" which is always the 5th of November. Basically, it's cold, there is a fire, the making and burning of Guy Fawkes, hot dogs and silly games oh there are NO kids. Well this year was our third annual party celebrating the unfortunate burning of Mr. Fawkes and our Guy Fawkes creations were pretty hilarious! Biggest highlight was the explosion; you should have seen Noah's eyes they were as wide as possible, we were scarred and then we laughed a lot.





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This is Us:

I am thankful for my life...I am married to my best friend; Ben seriously rocks, he works super hard at work and at church plus he rocks as a dad and husband. I have two entertaining boys. Jack said the other day when I was nursing Lucas, "Mom, your feeding again? One boobie or two boobies?" He knows how to gauge time. Oh and apparently Jack is three and sixteen. Jack is really grasping subtraction, he LOVES his pre-school. Lucas is just delightful, he is SO snuggly and a giant 17 pounds and 1 ounce! Our dog is getting more obedient; it's a long process, I am thankful for her most of the time:)





Funny thing...the other day someone I know said to me, "I didn't recognize you at church, you looked so pretty and put together." Hummm, I don't know if thats a compliment of a wake up call. Perhaps I should wear make-up more frequently?

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Monday, November 15, 2010

I have no Words just giggles:)

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Friday, November 12, 2010

love these two...



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Friday, November 5, 2010

My dog...

She is still psycho, I do love her, not as much as Ben though. Do I regret having a dog...sometimes but on the whole I love her. She stole 5 diapers the other day and ate 8 cookies, I was very mad at her.


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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Halloween AKA Candy overload


I think Halloween should just last one day, not an entire week. Every party loads my child with candy which in turn makes him hyper and grumpy. Besides the fact that I am not a huge Halloweener Jack (just like his father) loved every moment and asks every few seconds if he can have candy, the answer is just about always no. I told him he can three pieces a day, one at 10am, one after lunch and one after dinner. After he has his 10am candy he immediately asks to have lunch so he can have more candy!

Me and candy are not on speaking terms right now.




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