Sunday, December 21, 2014

October Tidbits 2014

In October the kiddos finally got to wear their new fall school clothes, because it was finally cool enough, and Josh loved his new dinosaur short  that glowed in the dark. He said the girls are all going to love him because of his shirt. Cami found a new hobby and began whittling a wooden stick with her carving knife, don't worry it dulled the plastic knife more than it ever sharpened the stick.
We had our Fergy clan pictures i the beginning of October in a green pepper field in Kaysville. It was an early morning, beautiful lighting, but very muddy and a bit cold! Here are a few of the pics I took on my phone.
The twins are super sad and crying in this pic because I their their "pet" slug away.
This picture of Sophie all patriotic wasn't any special day, I jus through she was super cute!
We got a new big desk for our craft room thanks to the medico's cleaning out their garage, we hauled the desk down and a Phoebe up.
October brought many opportunities to perfect our push-up form with all the Oregon Ducks touchdown!
This fall has been usually warm and has given up some of the best sunrises I have ever seen.
To celebrate the first UEA break our family has ever had we started off with chocolate muffins and cocoa and then had popcorn and sleeping bags in the living room. Unfortunately, we packed all the fun into one day and the other 2 days off were spent recouping from our special fun day.
This pic of the two of us was a snap at the Jordan River temple after we went for the ward temple night.
Toward the end of the month we heard a radio commercial for a re-grand opening of a local Arby's and a chance to win $10,000 so we all went down to try our chances, little to say we didn't win, but we did get a DELICIOUS creme brulee shake and then a clown cam and taught our 3 oldest kids how to spin plates on sticks, whoch they really got a kick out of.
The new Arby's opening also gave the kids a chance for fun in a bounce house and custom balloon creations, which they always beg for!!!
Toward the end of October I planned a home-date night after the kiddos went to bed, Cory and I carved or decorated pumpkins, made s'mores in the oven and had yummy apple cider while watching ghost busters, something neither of us has seen in the last decade. This was pretty funny and something I will definatly repeat next year!

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