Tuesday, November 27, 2007

What we did this morning

The kids wanted to make a movie, so we put this together this morning.

13 comments:

Amy said...

Very cute. :) Looks like a fun project.

Grammy said...

Delightful! Charming! We utterly adored watching it and will probably watch it again (several times). Our hearts swell with joy and pride. We absolutely found it to be fun, fun, fun! Very creative, Grandson, and they follow directions perfectly.
Love you all,
Grammy and Gramps

Anonymous said...

Benjamin and I thoroughly enjoyed your movie!! (He giggled and laughed when Noah ran and hid and clapped at the end!!) :) Great job!! You def. have something going here!
Rosie.........:)

Mom B said...

Fantastic! I want to know how you did the upstairs AND downstairs, and the in the room and out of the room photography!

Anonymous said...

That was hilarious.:) I loved the seriousness in Hannah and Austin. Noah -- seriously a stud. Praying for the transition back for you and the family! Kari H.

Ashley said...

Nice 80's music!

John and Sarah said...

Glad you are home and thankful you weren't too serious on your Sabbatical! Enjoy your last week- praying for you as you become a pastor again on Monday:)
The Moon's

Jill said...

I think I can smell an Oscar ... very cute! -The Phillips Family

Grammy said...

Hey there!
Just had to watch it again! It warms my heart and fills me with such enjoyment!
Love you all,
Grammy

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing all that you have about adoption. I stumbled onto your blog and have enjoyed reading what is on your heart, and your family's decision to bring another into your home. Believe it or not, two years ago tomorrow (12/1) we brought our new son, James, home from Guatemala. He is now 3 years old and definitely is the "spark" in our family. He has adjusted to our family, which includes our three bio daughters. God has done His special brand of miracle in our family, and I hope that your family experiences this soon.
Anyway, I just wanted to say "hello". We live in the Twin Cities (I saw your entry about meeting John Piper - long story but he and FamilyLife's Hope for Orphans ministry were huge impactors in our adoption journey), and can't say enough about the wonder and gift of adoption.
Blessings to you and your great-looking family!

Duane Spangler
daspangler@frontiernet.net

Grammy said...

Just had to watch it again!
Love,
Grammy

Teresa said...

More MOVIES! Too much fun..what little hams...better than the Gilmore Girls...8-)

Love you guys -

Aunt Teresa and Uncle Tom

Grammy said...

Yep, we watched it and laughed again!
Love,
Grammy and Gramps