Saturday, November 19, 2011

And the winner of her age group in today's Turkey Trot 5k is....

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

The Chair is Shrinking

Yes, yes I know that mommy usually calls this The Growing Chair...but seriously...there is no way that I could possibly be growing this fast.

So henceforth this post shall be called "The Shrinking Chair." Happy 14 months to me :)

And somebody please ask Daddy to take down the paper "1" that is hanging from the light over the table.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Have a holly jolly Christmas!

Well, the Bowsher family has gotten on board with the "celebrate Christmas before Halloween" bandwagon with Lowes, WalMart everyone else.  
But seriously, when you're family is made up of farmers, nurses, and Arkansas rednecks, you have to figure out a way to make it work.  So Matt, Luke, and I made the trek back to Ohio (via a wedding in Marion) to spend time with my family, and celebrate Christmas, obviously.  

Luke has kind of figured out the "rip the wrapping paper" concept (much to my family's dismay!)

Grandma and Grandpa got me a box to play in!!!!  WEE!  

Oh wait, I have to take all these blocks out before I can really use this box for what it's made for!  

Owen is very protective of his new (metal) Tonka truck.  
(and by new - we mean, antique metal  Tonka truck - they just don't make them like they used to do they?  Just ask Uncle Matt, he has the same one.  Which I think makes it vintage.)

Monday, November 7, 2011

Luke & Helio

Helio is Grandpa & Grandma Bowsher's foster Australian Shepard dog. 

He's big.  

Sunday, November 6, 2011


Old Macdonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O. 
And on this farm he had a....

This year for halloween we were home visiting my family in Ohio.  And celebrated Halloween my mom's birthday by dressing up as farmers to capitalize on Chipotle's Boo-rito deal.  
It was a family extravaganza!  We spent the day piecing together costumes and making a skidloader (Bobcat or front end loader for you city folk.  When the cows came home all was said and done, we had a cow, chicken, sheep, scarecrow, CASE 1845 skidloader, and several farmhands with milk cans, and FFA jackets from 1963.