Monday, December 15, 2008
Shout out to Laure Tucker (Houston) The cake went over very well! Your the best! Like I've always said, I'd love to be you when I grow up. :)
Check out our new red drapes. Yes, we moved in 6 months ago, but I'm just getting around to it.
Let us know when you want to come stay at the Ross B&B. We'd love to have most of you. : )
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Sunday, November 30, 2008
Jed and Truitt "preaching" on top of grandma's fireplace
Jed, Malaya, Jocelyn and Truitt in matching Christmas PJs
Monday, November 10, 2008
Today Josh and I were blessed to go horse back riding with John French. Kerri watched Truitt for us while John gave us a highlight tour of his 48 acres. It was so peaceful and beautiful. I got a movie clip of Truitt's first horse ride. If there were sound on this video you would know that he did NOT want to get off. I think he was pretty impressed with a real-live "horsie". Thanks again French family for everything. Love, Kayci
Seriously, the camera can't capture the beauty I've seen
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
These were Josh's jeans when he was little.
My fellow treaters/neighbors - Truitt, Luke (elmo) and Hunter (football player)
Saturday, October 25, 2008
Halloween costume for Trunk and Treat at church
Yes, that's a glow-in-the-dark cross around his neck. He he.
I asked Truitt what he wanted to be for Halloween and his answer was "Da-dee", so since preachers don't really have a uniform, the next best thing was a priest! I just sewed a white piece of cloth onto his turtle neck and bought a cross from a coin toy machine at Kroger. I think this costume idea might have been my most creative yet. HA!
Peace, Kayci and Truitt
Tuesday, October 7, 2008
My mom let me eat a chocolate chip cookie after breakfast
would you like some?
Are you sure? It's good.
Watch this! This is how I tell my mom I'm finished. It makes her mad.
Trouble is my middle name! he he.
Look I finally have enough hair for a Mohawk!
Monday, September 29, 2008
Thursday, September 18, 2008
Many of you have asked if we are settled-in here in Memphis, and to that I would say yes. I've learned that some things just make you feel more at home. I have to give major praise to my friends Jennifer Boring and Lawryn Birdwell for doing the sewing. THANK YOU!! I love them! These curtains are hung by drawer hardware and they look so beautiful when the sun shines through. Here's a part of our home. Many of you have shared your home with us and I wanted to share a bit of ours with you. Love, Kayci
PS. Since this blog is really about Truitt, I guess I should mention his thoughts on these curtains..."uh oh". Not surprising, since that's his favorite word right now.