Saturday, April 25, 2009

Mushy Brain

So I really do have the funniest conversations with my kids. The other day I picked up Remington from a friends house. When I got there he said do I have to go we just started playing. They happened to have just started a video game. I said yes it was time to go. So we got in the car and he tells me that he really wanted to play that game because it is one that we don't have. I told him I was sorry and that playing to many video games and watching to much T.V. will rot your brain. What does rot your brain mean he asks me. I tell him it means that your brain will turn to mush and you won't be smart which is why I am telling you to go play outside. Then he proceeds to tell me that his brain gets mushy when he watches T.V. but it gets mushed back up when he goes outside to play. I just had to laugh!

On another note I am VERY excited for my sister Sarah She recieved her mission call and is going to serve in the Colorado Springs, Colorado mission. She Leaves on June 24, 2009 and will be gone for 18 months. She will miss Remington's baptism and birth of Caleb and Laura's baby. I know that it will be a great experience for her and I am excited for her. I am also kind of envious. I never served a mission. It never felt right maybe when I am older.


Lowry Family said...

Welcome to the world of blogging. I hope you will like it. I know I do. It's my way of journaling.

Diana said...

Cute blog, Amy! You're my hero for getting started and actually doing it. I've been planning to for a while but never seem to actually get there... :)

Erika and family said...

We are excited for Sarah also, it will be too bad for her to miss those events to, but pictures will make her feel like she was there. She will also miss the reunion! Too bad, I know that she will be a great missionary and that she will have a great experience!

Tiffany said...

Yay, you are finally in the land of blog. I love the pictures of your boys on the side. They are so cute! And, don't kids say the greatest things? Love the mushy brains.
Congratulations to Sarah on her mission call and Caleb and his wife on their baby. Did I tell you we are going to name this little boy baby Caleb? (Caleb Noah Anderson)

Kaci said...

I'm glad you are blogging! I love it, just always run out of time to update it.
That is so exciting for Sarah. It's hard to imagine her all grown up. And Caleb having a baby?!?! That's just crazy. Those kids are just kids in my mind...I can't picture them all grown up!