Thursday, February 12, 2009

Off Season.

Since Valentines Day is Saturday, let's post some pictures of Christmas and New Years, shall we?
Let's.


The following pictures are us playing Quelf on New Years. If you have not played this game, do so. Immediately. If you are pathologically shy and introverted, run the other way.


Here's Mark watching Bo do...something. I don't remember what Bo had to do, but I do remember that Mark had to speak like a Charasmatic preacher every time he read a card aloud. And thus sayeth I, it was HILARIOUS. Can I get an AMEN???

I think Zach's card said that he was Santa Claus and everyone had to sit on his lap and tell him what they most wanted, or they had to go back one space. And then Josh had to sit on his lap until his next turn.



Jenny had to make a fort and stay in it until someone rolled a four. I think it was her favorite part of the game- or at least she liked it better than I liked wearing toilet paper on my head like a mummy until a certain card was drawn.



Zach and Emma being very adorable. Not part of the game, but hey, when you're adorable, you're adorable.




And this is the part where Drew had to put a towel on his head.....HEY WAIT.
Wha???? Ohhhhhh. Never mind .....


Moving back a week, we now find Christmas and the Pagent presented by our lovely offspring.
Drew, Josh and Zach were the three wise men.


Joseph, Mary and Baby Jesus, respectively. (They had IKEA in Bethlehem, right?)







This is Drew's 16th Birthday Party In Which a Game of Spoons Was Played.


Here's to the happy end of yet another sick week.
Stay healthy, yo. I mean it.











4 comments:

April said...

What awesomeness your family is! I love that they still do the Christmas pageant! Great pictures. They make me smile.

Pound said...

hey we never play awesome games like that!

and when do we get vday pics... summer vacay? :D

amy lapi said...

l at the wise men. i kind of forgot how to play spoons? i used to love it.

jayjay said...

Okay, I wish I'd been there. LOVE Jenny poking her tongue out from the hut she made. Sigh. I wonder if that game exists on this side of the ocean?