Posts Tagged ‘J-Zee’

Videos of Ketchup

Sunday, November 3, 2013 17:05 Comments Off on Videos of Ketchup

Caution! Video dump ahead! J-Zee: Ela: Zu: LittleMiss: Random Cool Person at the Utah Olympic Park: Brother1.0:

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Friday, April 20, 2012 11:26 2 Comments

One day I found these two next to the back door, with Zu excitedly jabbering about something and pointing out the window. Ela had her arm around him and was nodding and playing along, while pointing to the same things as a way to say, “Yep, Zu, that is pretty cool.”  Ela has taken on […]

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My J-Zee Man

Friday, December 23, 2011 16:00 1 Comment

J-Zee.  He’s funny sometimes.   Example #1 The other day, my husband was lugging two huge bags of salt downstairs so that he could refill the water softener. J-Zee asked why he was doing such an odd thing and my husband simply answered that the salt helped us not to have “hard water.” After my […]

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Sword Balancing

Saturday, August 27, 2011 15:10 1 Comment

Our latest chapter book read was The Knight at Dawn from the Magic Tree House series by Mary Pope Osborne.  Why this one?  Well there’s a sword on the front, of course!  Swords are THE THING according to J-Zee. The story follows Jack and Annie as they are transported back to the Middle Ages, complete […]

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J-Zee Me

Thursday, July 14, 2011 21:42 Comments Off on J-Zee Me

One of the things I want my children to be able to do is communicate well.  Communication no longer resides solely in verbal speech, but in technology as well.  It is for this reason that I decided to have each of my kids maintain their own public blog.  In addition to communication and computer skills […]

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And so it begins…

Tuesday, June 28, 2011 21:47 Comments Off on And so it begins…

A few weeks ago, my husband was reading Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss to our kids as a part of the activity for Family Home Evening. After finishing, J-Zee (4 years old) proceeded to badger my husband with questions in the same form and rhythm as the book (at the top of his […]

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