Thursday, December 18, 2014

M & G Christmas Program

It's been FOREVER since I've blogged.  I never get a chance to get my personal pictures on the computer, let alone blog them.  I happened to upload these and even though I have almost a year of photos to share that come before these, I figured, let's start with what I actually have.  I had to look at these pictures right away.  My boys were just so dang cute here....

I can't believe the boys are old enough to be in a Christmas program!!  It's crazy to me!  Their teacher was cracking herself up by making G the shepherd and M a sheep.  M looked so angelic up on the risers in his sheep head and G looked so incredibly handsome!

They made the coolest gingerbread houses in school.  So creative!

UGH!  I can't get over how handsome they are!

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

M & G Super Hero Party

 The boys asked to have a Super Hero birthday party this year.  They have never seen a super hero show but they love monster trucks and there is a line of super hero trucks so they know who they are.  I had fun decorating for their party.

When their cousins arrived they had a chair with a super hero cape waiting for them.  They sat down at the table and decorated a mask.  

After caping up and decorating masks that sadly didn't fit anyones big old head we moved on to a super hero game.   Do You Have X-Ray Vision?  I numbered bags and put an object in each bag.  The cousins felt what was in the bag and had to guess what it was.  Surprisingly they really liked this game.

Then we moved on to a little photobooth.  

I had to include the above picture of all the kids.  I know they didn't fit in the frame but it is just TOO cute!

Then we went to the basement and played some more games.  

L loved the bean bag toss!

After games we went back upstairs for dinner.  Where we had meat ball Heros and lots of sides to help boost our super hero powers.

Then cake... don't mind my ridiculous spiderman eyes on the cake :/

M left G right

Then it was present time.  The boys got lots of Batman and Spiderman toys and they got their first remote control toy... guess what it was... yup :) monster trucks.  They were so thrilled!

 After presents we went back downstairs to finish with one last game.  Diffuse the Bomb!  The kids got to pop the black balloons anyway they wanted.

In the balloons were some chocolates, bouncy balls (L calls them jumpy balls), super hero stickers... I think that was it.

They all dug into the chocolates right away.  L had shoved 3 or more in his mouth before we could grab him.  He LOVES his treats :)

Here are just a few pictures I did the next day before taking the city down.  I can't believe my little men are already 4.  It's crazy how fast this time goes!

 G / M 

 M / G



M / G

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

G is 4!!!

I know that people say twins are their own people.  They have their own likes and dislikes and their own personalities.  M & G are SO alike!  I'm sure as they get older they will have more and more differences, but for now, I could honestly just copy and paste each of their posts for the other.

Here is G just a week or 3 old.  He was born just a tad bigger than his brother, but still oh so skinny.

This face on his 1yr old picture is still such a perfect portrayal of G.

Here's G at 2.  I am honestly not 100% sure this is G.  It looks an awful lot like M, BUT I stole it from a different blog post and it had a G under it, so I guess it must be.  He loved trains at 2 also.  Something I didn't mention on M's post is their love for semi trucks at this age too.  They were (still are) so great at making the semi truck horn sound, along with the arm pull too of course!

During his 2nd year a love of monster trucks began and is continuing to grow still to this day :)  This picture was taken his last night of 2.  Showing he is 'over' trains and moved on to monster trucks.  

G is on the right.  Recently he decided he really likes Spiderman.  They asked for a Superhero birthday party and all Superhero items for their birthday.  G really wanted a Spiderman monster truck, but I wasn't able to find one and I didn't think about ordering online soon enough.

Anyway, Happy 4th Birthday to my maniac sweet little G!!!

M is 4!!!

I just can't believe how fast these years go! My sweet little boys are growing up!

I can't believe how little he was when he was born.  Look at how skinny he was.  

Here M is at 1.  (Well actually a few months older than 1). 

Year by year a little personality began to come out.  At two he LOVED trains.  He still really likes them.  Of course he wouldn't choose to be in a picture shirtless in overalls and a bandana... that's all his crazy mama who wasn't creative enough to think of a different way to show his love of trains.  Haha.

The night before his 3rd birthday I had him wear his I'm 2 shirt ONE last time.  Throughout that year he developed a love of monster trucks.  Those of you that know him think he has all the monster trucks there are.  He actually doesn't.  There are SOOO many of them, but he sure has A LOT!!  This is his 3 year old picture.

M is on the left.  Now at 4 he still loves monster trucks.  More than ever really.  He also just began to really like Batman.  He has NO idea who he is... he actually only knows Batman BECAUSE of Monster trucks.  He knows Batman is a super hero but has never actually seen anything with him in it.  Too much fighting for my taste :)

Anyway, Happy 4th Birthday to my sweet maniac loveable little boy!!!