Friday, September 27, 2013

Grandma's home!!

Grandpa went to Baton Rouge to pick up grandma after almost six weeks of visiting grandkids to bring her home. Here is her smiling face as she enters Florida.

Gone Gator Hunting

It's gator season. Let's see if we can catch us a gator!
Hey, Mr. Pelican. Do you think we can find a gator up these interesting jungle stairs?
Let's climb them and find out.
Is this one leaping up to greet us?
Nope. It just has a sore tooth. Dr. Thompson will check it out.
These are some chain saw art ideas we are collecting for our log cabin.

Training Program

Baby Ruth is the task master for a new training program--how to keep babies happy.
Here's Grandpa in training.
Grandma.
Daddy.
Mommy.
And siblings.
The training results in a happy family.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Tubing the Intracoastal

We're doing our best to make the Rigbys Floridians. Here they are tubing the Intracoastal Waterway.
We stopped on a beach to eat our sandwiches and play some games.
Oliver caught a few winks on the way home.

Friday, September 13, 2013

School pictures

David needed to decide how to comb his hair for school pictures today. Should it be like a horse's mane to make grandma happy?
Or should it be something more exciting?
The exciting won. The kids at school cheered and the teachers laughed. When you are the most polite and the best student in school you can get away with almost anything.

Birthday Boy

Look at what greeted Troy when he came down the stairs this birthday morning!
Boldog Sz├╝letesnapot! Feliz cumplea├▒os! Happy birthday!

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Baby Ruth

Wendy just had baby Ruth this morning at 1:36. Grandma is already there to pamper mother and child for the next couple of weeks.
I think that number 30.
Here's the real thing:

New Guy in Town

Who is this new guy who just rode into town with his trusty dog?
Why, it's Oliver leading his parents to Florida for the year to help Grandma and Grandpa build their log cabin. Here they are at the watering hole before moving into their new place.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Horse Doc

For the past 10 days I've been a horse doctor. Monte broke through the fence and cut up his legs. Twice a day we wash the legs down for 20 minutes and apply medicine and bandages.
Black Velvet also has to be doctored up twice a day for an puncture wound in her cheek.