Random Quotes, Part Deux

“Oops, I forgot.” Each week, one of the kids is assigned the task of caring for Cooper. This particular week it was Kye’s turn. Kye was enjoying playing in the dirt right outside the RV and he would take Cooper outside with him. Cooper has to be on a leash anytime he’s outside of the RV and we leave a leash outside, attached to something, and ready to hook onto his collar. I assumed that Kye was putting him on the leash all week. Every time I looked out, Cooper was sitting or laying right by Kye as he played. I thought it was cute, so I snapped these pictures. Right after I took the pictures, Cooper hopped up and I noticed that the leash was not connected. I asked Kye about it and as it turns out, he hadn’t been putting him on the leash all week. We should all...

Cute Guest Blogger Has Her Say

Hello readers, Today on this blog, something is out of whack, yes, something is VERY different. This blog has currently been taken over by Brinkley Barney AKA Toni’s daughter. You are probably wondering why I am writing and my mother is not. My mother has fallen ill with a serious case of writer’s block so all you readers get the privilege to read this blog post written by the one and only me. Keep in mind that the last time I wrote a blog post I was eight and I hope things have improved since then. Now, for those who don’t know me, (though I think most of you will) I am the second eldest of Josh and Toni and turning fourteen in two days. Aw, I am growing up so fast, I know, I know. I just want to be able to drive already. I am also an awesome kid, a really...

Visiting the South, Gratitude, Ending Slavery

We made it out of Florida, baby! Woo-hoo! All the way to South Carolina! All is well, all is well. We are staying at an RV park between Savannah, Georgia and Charleston, South Carolina, so we’ve visited both places. Both are beautiful cities. We’ve been to Charleston before, but never to Savannah. We have more visiting planned this week, but here are some pictures of our adventures so far. In both Savannah and Charleston, the kids and I walked around downtown. We were able to see some historical sites, beautiful churches, gorgeous trees/streets, shop at Old Town Market, and enjoy an old time candy shop. In case anyone is wondering, it is SUPER fun to navigate a Suburban through downtown Charleston with four kids chattering away in the back. Super fun.  I highly...