Thursday, March 4, 2010

February Fun

There are three huge logs at the bottom our our yard that are so big the farmer could not cut through them with his standard size saw. We haven't found someone that has a saw large enough so for now the grandchildren are in deep like. These logs are almost the first place they love to run to and climb upon.


My daughter Jill and her family were visiting in February and of course the boys needed to scale the logs (with a little help from mommy).


"Look at us gramma!" Byron has a look on his face that I have come to recognize. Just a little orneriness beaming through. Little Ayden has the most expressive face. Probably this is why he can steal your heart in a flash even when he is in the midst of a two-year-old tantrum.


One word. Mischievous!


Ready to jump mama.


Oh yeah! You can see the wheels turning....


I said the "almost" the first place the kids like to go are those logs. But the very first are the chickens. Byron looks like he is gleefully going to pick up that hen.


But no, just a little chicken petting.

10 comments:

Mental P Mama said...

Those logs have to stay right there. And now I want some chickens.

Twisted Fencepost said...

Cute. Cute. Cute!
It's a country kid's jungle gym.

Linda Reeder said...

Well I see that your daughter Jill has given you some lovely grandchildren too. Great post! And your chickens are beautiful too!

Maria said...

They are sooo cute and log doesn't seem a strong enough word for those, they are big.

CeeCee said...

Your G'son's are precious! They wouldn't be perfect if they weren't a little mischievous. :)

Dana said...

How fun! Beautiful grandchildren! My children are discovering the joy of puddles as they splash and leap in the puddles at the base of the melting snow.

Tipper said...

Wow those are some logs!! Cute pics-even cuter kids : )

Love the bags below too.

Kristi Flanagan said...

Wow - I can't believe how big Ayden is getting! Love their jackets!!! Handsome!

Kristi

Gayle said...

(catching up) You are such a good seamstress...love the bags! Your grandson's are the cutest ever, and your chickens are beautiful! Happy Spring.

Jill said...

I love those ornery little boys :)