Sunday, May 29, 2011

We've had a great week swimming, playing, and visiting with Mom, Gary and Grandma Hunnell. We saw a gator from afar at Blue Springs State Park Monday. Then on Thursday we went to Reptile discovery center and saw venomous snakes milked. Yes, milked. I was thankful for the thick glass between us and the snakes! We also got to hear Grandma sing and hear Steve's Uncle Mick play the organ. What a treat!   Last night we said goodbye to Grandma, and boy will we miss her! The Reptile Discovery Center
Swimming
Crafting with Grandma
At Blue Springs
Worship at St. Andrew's Chapel

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

The day of creatures... And we didn't even leave grandpa and grandma's neighborhood 

Sunday, May 08, 2011

Girl's Choir

I had the pleasure of leading the first girl's choir at our church. The girls did an awesome job at the Women's Luncheon and during the Sunday worship service. Here's the video. Enjoy!

Friday, May 06, 2011

Field Trip

Luke and Luke playing in the water

Lorikeet Love!


Ava had a great time feeding the Lorikeets

We have the most amazing little gem in Redding called Turtle Bay Exploration Park. The kids had fun while learning about and feeding small parrots called Lorikeets. They were amazed by the animals in the show and really liked being pooped out at the grossology exhibit. They made dams and slid through trees. We learned about all sorts of things at our local museum!

Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Daddy Date!

Daddy and his Girls
Steve took the girls on a date to see the Music Man. They were so excited to spend time with him and see a live performance with their friends Betsy & Hayley performing! This is a great opportunity for him to continue to show them how a Godly man treats women. It's my prayer that some day their hearts will be captured by our Savior and then a kind God-fearing man like their daddy.

Science is fun with Live Butterflies!

This butterfly landed on one of the strawberry plants that Naomi planted herself!



Good bye butterfly!




Today Naomi set her butterflies free into "God's new world." At least it was new to the butterflies. She has really enjoyed watching each step of the butterflies lives and was even okay with the one that died, because then she really got to inspect it. We kept a nature journal and were amazed at how quickly they changed. We serve a creative God!

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