Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Earplugs?

Ok, I need a little sympathy. Dax got a recorder at school today and he thinks he can play the Transformers song. Lets just say his playing sounds just like you think it probably does. If you don't have the idea, just blow into a recorder loudly and that high-pitched screech you hear is the Transformers theme song. Come over, I'm sure he'd love to play for you!

6 comments:

The Santaquin Blakes said...

Hey--Lucky You! Amy said she didn't buy a recorder because that would be too annoying. I think you must be a nicer mom than me! I can't wait to hear his version of the them song, though:) I'm lovin' that you're a blogger!
Katie

The Burke Family said...

Hey Emily,
I didn't know that you were a blogger!! I love to blogg!!!! I will have to add you to my blog list!!!

Kristen said...

Hello Emily! I found your blog through your comment on the Huish's site. I miss you guys!! It's fun to see what you're up to!
- Kristen Case

Trimble said...

I found you from Katie's blog so I hope you don't mind me looking. :) What a cute little family you have! I'm really tempted to come by and listen to the Transformers song, it sounds lovely! If you're still looking for books to read, I highly recommend any Jeffrey Archer (Kane and Abel is probably my favorite) and I'm currently reading a book called Einstein Never Used Flashcards which I'm enjoying.

Jennifer said...

Hi Emily. I found you through Kristen's blog. I can't believe how grown up your boys look. So cute. You are a patient mom. I slowly threw out pieces of the recorder that Kenneth's mom gave the kids until it was no more. Bye-bye beautiful music.

Shelley said...

EMILY!!!

This is Shelley Colton here! You popped into my head this morning, and I thought what a shame that we lost touch. Then I thought I'd see if you had a blog and I thought you would! Yay! I hope you will email me at tjemama@gmail.com and I'll send you an invite to my blog.

Then I see that Jennifer and Kristen already found you and DIDN'T TELL ME!

My kids are just slowly losing all the recorder pieces that my mom gave them. Unfortunately, the pieces left make this high-pitch thing. Maybe I need to do what Jennifer did :)

Hope to get in touch with you soon!