Well guess what, Curtis Jones? I figured out how to import pictures from my iPhone to my computer. So clearly my brain IS enormous.
Prepare yourself for some exciting pictures, people! Although if you follow me on Twitter (@AmandaMoJo) (MoJo is for Moore Jones) you have probably seen a lot of them. A few may have been on the blog before but I've slept since then. So just go ahead and cut your excitement in half.
Here she is at her first movie - Cars 2 in 3D. She lasted about 30 minutes.
This is when we took our living room back from the kids. The coffee table came downstairs, the toys went upstairs, and we bought a new chair from Marshall's that just happened to match the 3-year-old pillows we already had. Score!
Here's Beckham J. on his 7th birthday.
One day we had a Chickfila picnic in the front yard. This must have been in June because mama doesn't like to go outside if water is not involved during July and August.
This is where I had my quiet time when we visited Curt's family in Missouri in May.
My handsome daddy cleaning fish on the driveway. This is how I picture my dad when I think of my childhood.
Annabeth putting her babies in time out.
I checked this out at the library for Jackson early this summer and he loved it. One day I heard him mumbling and he told me he was making up a poem. He still talks about this book.
My sweet girl with her purse and her baby doll. Ready to run errands!
As in the picture above, she is wearing some of her brother's old shoes that she fished out of the bottom of his closet. Not only are they hideous with her turquoise bubble, they're on the wrong feet.
My mom avoiding the sun while we had a girls day at the pool.
This is the beautiful leafy plant I bought for my front porch a few months ago. When I got it home I realized it was potted lettuce. It became known as Caesar. I enjoyed it's offerings on a couple of sandwiches before its untimely demise when we were in Florida.
This was when Annabeth got a hold of my lipstick for the first time. She's crying because I sort of overreacted when I found her. But she did a pretty decent job!
This is how Jackson held his nose underwater in the beginning of the summer. One finger in each nostril.
My friend Corey at her adoption garage sale. She's sporting her grandmother's fabulous coat.
Annabeth and Angela on our church's first ministry day in Spring Branch. We were blessed by the man with the ice cream cart.
I took this after finally perfecting this little corner by the staircase.
The kids playing Wii together. Annabeth didn't know she wasn't really playing.
She asked for these two bows.
Our first Rolo McFlurries.
Watching the last space shuttle launch on my laptop. Jackson asked me if everyone was going to watch him when he flies into space. I didn't have the heart to tell him...
This is my daddy with the DVD players that my sister and I accidentally both got him for his birthday.
Annabeth pushing Ellison in her baby brother's stroller.
This is a picture of a picture of me holding my cousin Zach.
We saw my friend Jenny and her boys at the pool a few weeks ago. I had to get a shot of our kids together. Jenny was my very first friend in kindergarten.
This was Annabeth sleeping in a big bed for the very first time. We were in Wyoming and didn't have a pack-n-play like we thought we would. She was sleeping in Jackson's shirt because her bag was temporarily lost by the airline. I admit I nearly freaked at the thought of the bow collection it has taken me 2.5 years to collect being lost.
The Mister being silly.
Jackson and I had a special date while Annabeth went to day camp. I took him to breakfast at McDonald's and then we went to Splashtown. So much fun.
At the pool again, where we'll probably spend most of this week.