Guess what? I am still putting pictures up of the first weekend in October! This is the longest, most drawn out weekend I have practically ever seen. But it was a really great weekend and I took a lot of pictures.
These pictures are all about the woodpile. We spent a good bit of time around the woodpile, although Owen did his bet to lure everyone away from the pile to play hearts. At one point he said he refused to be one of those people who invites people to their house to make them work, so we had to go play hearts. Scott and Sarah ignored him.
In the morning, the kids played with the logs.
They built a road
And a house
I love the hard hat full of leaves.
Mom's morning glory
The big girls going on a walk, which was the impetus for the little kids needing to go on a walk.
Cute little Abilene bird in the woodpile
There was a lot of wood
I love these kids.
Isn't she marvelous?
Yep! She is. I think I will put up a lot of pictures about her.
I LOVE HER.
Grandpa and the wood splitter with an audience
Beautifully split wood
Gilbert and Grandpa
Owen and Hoyt doing wood
Carrying wood to the basement window
Impromptu coffee table
When the basement is finally full, we all sat around on the remaining woodpile.
Cheyenne, Sarah, and I
Evan and his Lincoln boy
And his Elliott boy
Those White boys!
Sarah and Scott
My grown up Cheyenne girl!
Tori, with her why-are-you-taking-a-picture-of-me face.
Cheyenne cuddling Abilene
Livie and Daisy
Scott in a tractor, Gilbert in a little car.