Sunday, May 30, 2010

School's out for Summer!

Yeah! Preschool is done, bring on the summer!
A great time of play, singing and presenting cool painted aprons to our cool teachers and it was off to a beach for an end of school party. Swimming in the lake, pizza and the COOLEST Spindry merry-go-round EVER!

Evelyn even had fun. I am pretty sure mom's got some photos -which I'll try to get her to post soon.

Have a great summer its time to start channelling Phineas and Ferb and see what we can build this summer. Good prep for Kindergarten.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Welcome to the Lamb Bam Club!

Well for Mother's day weekend we went up to visit Jubba and Grandma Stanley.
Yeah I know it was mom's day and that they get the good stuff, but Jubba had found me this totally rockin' drum set at a Salvation Army. (Daddy actually tried to say it would stay at Jubba's - he's so funny).

Here are some shots of Evelyn and I rockin' out. We don't sound that great yet - but we are having lots of fun!
Boom Boom ratta tat! Sloan is protective of his drum set but he let's me play it sometimes when I'm cute (and when he wants to play the piano of course.)

This is just a pic that Sloan and Mommy took of Daddy, Jubba and I walking up to the local Coffee shop. We were giving Grandma some much needed naptime.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Its a birthday kind of day

My friend Honor is 1 year old! And what a wonderful party her family threw her. Why there were bubbles and balloons and cupcakes and presents!
Sloan got to play with his friend Henry and have lots of fun.

We even got to have lots of fun enjoying the weather by biking over to the party. Though dad did say things like... I didn't know there were hills...and ugh where did those muscles come from?

Wow, a fun ride and a REALLY LARGE Cupcake! The best part was the chocolate cupcake and playing Uno with Henry.

Oh and seeing Daddy collapse after our bike ride. Though it was very bumpy and that wasn't so good.
My friend Zander also had a birthday party that day but sadly I had to miss it. So Happy Birthday Zander!

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Mother's Day

Taking a break from Sloan and Evelyn's posts, I figured it was time for their Father to post something.

Sloan and Evelyn, while rambunctious at times, are great children. I look at them and see the hope, wonder, and earnestness of a new generation. I love them and know that they love me. More than that, I know we all love Mommy.

For well over a decade, I have known and loved Tiffany. Nine and a half years ago, she consented to be my wife. I cannot imagine a life without her - she so defines everything I love about the world. She fills my days with love, joy, and inspiration.

Twice now, we have spent time in hospitals. Each time has brought a little more love into the world. While she cannot compete with the other mothers as to how hard her labor was (three hours of labor for two children), it was a harrowing thing both times. For all of that, I would not change a thing.

While our children may not be old enough to understand the world, I do know that they see many things for what they are - cake is delicious, snow is cold, thunder is loud, and Mommy is amazing. I have to agree.

For all of these reasons and more, I wish you a happy Mother's Day.

I love you Tiffany.

Geoffrey Lamb

Sunday, May 2, 2010

With bells on.

So we all went to a farm for a fairy party. Evelyn was dressed in very pretty fairy wings and I was a pteranodon. Rar!

We met up with our friends Genevieve, Alex, and Zack (and their parents, of course). There were all kinds of plants and flowers to see and smell [it was an herb farm - Dad]. I got to meet some other kids and we all played with the fountain.

What my brother left out was the Maypole Dance...

Oh, yeah - the maypole! It was all green and purple and we ran about and went in circles and stuff!

While my brother was off chasing faries about the maypole, I must add that Daddy was a great sport. Since my "wee legs" cannot yet keep up with the other maypole dancers, Daddy carried me. I can say that he hops well and is champion at skipping.

Yes yes, Daddy can skip. He wasn't wearing bells, however. There were these people, called Morris Dancers, and they danced about with bells and sticks and scarves. It was all totally cool.

As disjointed as that sounds, Sloan is correct on all counts. There were people dancing about in white, red, and black. There were bells on their legs and they danced with white scarves and sticks. It was amazing.