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Monday, November 16, 2009
Casey is going on a Mission so we thought it would be fun to make a blog for friends and family to follow. If you would like to follow his blog please Click on http://eldercaseybown.blogspot.com We are so excited for him. We are patiently waiting for his call. His papers have been in for a week. So look forward to updates on our Missionary Casey.
Posted by Brett Alisa at 9:34 PM
Sunday, November 15, 2009
We had a great, yummy, fun, not so spooky Halloween. It turned out to be perfect weather, which was surprising because it had been so cold and even snowing just days before. Carter was dressed up as a dragon but half the time he was a dragon and the other half he was a dinosaur so he was an official dragonasaurus. No matter what he was he was adorable. The costume that I got for him was a size 2 to 4 which I thought would be huge but it was so small on him I had to do a little adjusting. We did a little trick or treating around our neighborhood and then went to Fayette to visit Grandparents and Great Grandparents and Trick or Treat a few neighbors. Carter's favorite part of Halloween was of course the candy and being dressed up.
Posted by Brett Alisa at 8:40 PM
Sunday, November 1, 2009
Cheep 99 cent chicken nuggets are one of Carter's favorite things and quick easy dinner on our way home sometimes. We'll when Carter is sitting in the back seat I just have to assume that he is eating his food like a normal person. When I turned around to see how he was doing I saw little pieces of chicken nuggets hanging out of the end of his nose. He was shoving little pieces of chicken up his nose. I told him to stop right away and I thought "my crazy little boy" then went home and laughed it off. Well the next day I talked to a friend whose little boy had just shoved chocolate chips up his nose and took him to the ER. The doctor was really glad he came in and told her how dangerous things up kids noses can be. To top it off I also saw the Dr. OZ episode on the Triangle of Death. Well I took Carter into the Doctor and sure enough there were pieces of chicken up his nose. He was put on nose spray and antibiotics. Thankfully he is doing great no chicken nugget side effects as far as we can tell.
Posted by Brett Alisa at 7:54 PM