Wednesday, October 29, 2008

We Love there latest Demotivators are hilarious . . . especially the one about blogging:

Blogging - Never before have so many people with so little to say said so much to so few!

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Halloween Costumes

We decided what the boys will dress up as for Halloween. In fact, we unveiled their costumes last Friday night at the New Berlin Therapies Halloween Party. The costumes went over very well. We won't tell you what they are yet, but we will give you a couple of possible costumes below to guess from, and we guarantee it is one of the options below. Post your guess in the comment section:

(1) Barney Frank and Ted Kennedy
(2) Milli and Vanilli
(3) Leprechaun and a Troll
(4) Skunks
(5) A scarecrow and a Crow
(6) Mummy and Frankenstein
(7) Bumblebee and Jar of Honey
(8) A Cigarette and Ashtray
(9) Pumpkins
(10) Carrot Top and Judas
(11) Lemmings
(12) Bill Ayers and Timothy McVeigh
(13) A giant Kandy Korn and a Giant Smartie Pack

Post your guesses!

Monday, October 20, 2008

Door County

Every year we go to Door County during October to enjoy Door County and fall colors at their finest. We also go to watch the degoatization of three to four goats perched on the roof of a fine restaurant. Free the Goats.

One of Donovan's and Hayden's father's favorite places to be is Door County during the fall. Unfortunately, this year the boys are up having fun in Door County with their Momma-ma, but their dad is not. But their dad can't say that is the worst thing, because the goats have it a lot worse than him.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Fun with Leaves

Either our camera is trippin' or Hayden is standing in a pile of psychedelic leaves . . .

No one wants to play with the push mower . . .

Leaves make me laugh!

I got my shovel and I am ready to eat dinner!

Hanging out at the Park!

On our way to Jacobus Park!

Boing, Boing, Boing!

He's Crushing Me!!!!!!!!

Get your butts back here!

Hayden throwing up after a wild wagon ride!!!

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Tubby Bear Gulya and Doodle Gulya

Its official! We legally changed their names at the County Courthouse today! It only costs a couple of bucks and we can change it back in a couple of days if we want. Let us know what you think and if you think we should keep their new names or change them back!

Monday, October 6, 2008

Our first Visit to Apple Holler

We went to Apple Holla' (at me baby) on Saturday. We didn't go to pick apples. We didn't go to pick pumpkins. We just wanted to go somewhere, and we decided there was no place better than Stone Fire Pizza and since we already went to SFP on Friday night (SFP is the best $27.00 we have spent in a long time, and if you got kids, then go there for dinner and games, plus the flu is free for every person) . . . ! For those of you unfamiliar with SFP, it is a mixture between Chuckie Cheese and Shakeys without the mice and annoying characters running around. Also, the parents were not completely wasted as is a major problem at the Chuckie Cheese in Waukesha County.

After we caught every communicable human disease at SFP on Friday, it was only fitting that we go to Apple Holler to catch all possible communicable farm animal diseases. But instead of accumulating contagions, we just had a nice time. It is a well country-style decked out place (unfortunately a little expensive) with a lotta hay, pumpkins, apples, people, animals, corn stalks, corn, dirt, homemade jam, and other country stuff. But best of all, nothing beats hanging out on a farm with one-man reggae music in the background (the musician was pretty darn good too).

We went through a corn maze, hung out on haybales, played in the corn box (sand box filled with . . . you guessed it . . . corn), and we had a nice big oozing and gooey caramel apple. We had a good time, and we would reccommend going to Apple Holler. We still reccommend Stone Fire Pizza in New Berlin more, but that is because not much can top Stone Fire Pizza Co.

Sunday, October 5, 2008

The Corn Pit and Train at Apple Holler

Donovan and Hayden had fun in the corn pit. It was quite populated with 20-month somethings, so they were the small guys in the pit. This pit was much more popular than the pig rendering pit at Apple Holler. We learned the corn pit is much cleaner than sand, but the corn castles are extremely difficult to build without glue.

Donovan and Hayden distracted by the dead body recently uncovered in the corn pit.

Fun on the Train!

Feedin' the Goats at Apple Holler

We stopped to feed the goats while we were at Apple Holler.

Thank you goat, Donovan and Hayden for not looking at the camera. That said, I think he was the silverback goat, because he was a BFG.

Um, that is not food for a goat.