Thayne visited Tyson's school during career week and taught the kids about what he does at work and how to take good care of their teeth. Tyson and Lexi are both on the left.
|Silly kids. Yes, Lexi dresses herself.|
Carving pumpkins. We tried carving President Monson in a pumpkin this year. We also tried using an electric drill to help make the carving process more efficient. We failed on both accounts.
|I love that Lexi is trying to steal the knife in this picture. She's a fast one. You've got to keep an eye on her.|
Speaking of Lexi and her craziness. She definitely keeps us on our toes. I've had to call poison control twice with her and take her to the ER once (possible tylenol overdose - she loves medicine and can get any cap off medicine. Tyson still can't do that). She will dump dishwasher soap or paint all over the floor if you turn your back on her. She doesn't ask before she does anything. Super independent child with a mind of her own. If you tell her no, she just ignores you and figures out a way to get what she wants. What am I going to do with her?!
There was an accident right in front of our house one day. The kids watched the fire truck, ambulance, police cars, and everything for about 2 hours. We even ate dinner in our toy room so we could keep watching what was going on.