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Mary

In response to: clue #2

Mary [Member]
P.S. it is Friday :)
PermalinkPermalink 11/06/15 @ 10:28
Owen

In response to: Owen's Muppet Face

Owen [Visitor]
Owen- Looks like Justice!
PermalinkPermalink 11/06/15 @ 09:44
Mary

In response to: Kung Fu Panda 2

Mary [Member]
I agree with you , I love to look at stuff from earlier in my life.
PermalinkPermalink 10/09/14 @ 17:37
Mary

In response to: Week of Camp

Mary [Member]
that's a lot of questions.
PermalinkPermalink 10/09/14 @ 17:32
Mary

In response to: Gravity Destroyer

Mary [Member]
Yep
PermalinkPermalink 05/03/14 @ 11:07
Mary

In response to: my closet

Mary [Member]
there was more i just didn't want to type it.
PermalinkPermalink 05/01/14 @ 15:42
mary

In response to: Problems with writing

mary [Visitor]
whatever ya say
PermalinkPermalink 05/01/14 @ 14:50
Uncle Keith

In response to: Problems with writing

Uncle Keith [Visitor]
You'll write better as you get older and get more practice and education at it, but your reading habits will also help you to write better. One of the best ways to learn to write is by reading things that are well written.
PermalinkPermalink 05/01/14 @ 07:32
Mary

In response to: Big

Mary [Member]
Owen- Thanks mom. :)
PermalinkPermalink 11/20/13 @ 15:26
Mary

In response to: Book Review: Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing

Mary [Member]
This is also a school project.
PermalinkPermalink 11/20/13 @ 07:17
grandma

In response to: Birthdays

grandma [Visitor]
Grandma to the rescue! Surprise coming your way!!
PermalinkPermalink 10/04/13 @ 16:25
Mary

In response to: Birthdays

Mary [Member]
It's actually typed by me.-Owen
PermalinkPermalink 09/28/13 @ 16:13
grandma

In response to: Gravity Destroyer

grandma [Visitor]
Owen, that is a cool looking bey blade. I hope I can see you demonstrate it when I am able to come up for a visit (soon I hope)!
PermalinkPermalink 07/31/12 @ 11:51
Owen

In response to: My School Christmas Party

Owen [Visitor]
George - You are so LUCKY!

Clay - Hilarious!

Faith - You always make me laugh when you do that.

Hope - I know it's cool. NOW I HAVE THREE!!!!

Landis - Yeah, the Christmas party was real fun!
PermalinkPermalink 12/29/11 @ 12:22
Clay

In response to: My School Christmas Party

Clay [Visitor]
When you said "I put my Hershey bar that I got and dipped it in some chocolate milk. Never try it. It was disgusting," it was tempting me to try it.
PermalinkPermalink 12/27/11 @ 01:47
George

In response to: My School Christmas Party

George [Visitor]
Since we got out of school for the break, I bought the IR Spin Control Medo L-Drago at Wal-Mart with a gift card. It's awesome. It took me a little bit to figure out what it did.
PermalinkPermalink 12/21/11 @ 22:07
Becky

In response to: My School Christmas Party

Becky [Visitor]
That Christmas party looks like it was a lot of fun, Owen. It makes me remember the Christmas parties that I used to have in elementary school. Way FUN! Hope to see you soon.
PermalinkPermalink 12/21/11 @ 12:25
Faith

In response to: My School Christmas Party

Faith [Visitor]
I'm glad you got a new thing! ("whatever it's called") Oh yeah, Beyblade!
("Hope, just a minute! I gotta get a comment to Owen!") I wish I could get a Beyblade.
PermalinkPermalink 12/21/11 @ 12:23
Hope

In response to: My School Christmas Party

Hope [Visitor]
Cool!
PermalinkPermalink 12/21/11 @ 12:20
Landis

In response to: My School Christmas Party

Landis [Visitor]
I wish I was there.
PermalinkPermalink 12/21/11 @ 12:19
Grandma

In response to: My School Christmas Party

Grandma [Visitor]
Owen,
I am so glad you updated this blog to tell us about your party. It looks like alot of fun! Some of your comments were really funny and made me laugh! I can't wait to see you for Christmas.
Love, Grandma
PermalinkPermalink 12/21/11 @ 10:18
Bradley

In response to: Things I Like

Bradley [Visitor]
Just now found your blog. Hope you didn't forget that you told me about it. Can't wait till we play next.
PermalinkPermalink 11/29/11 @ 20:50
grandma

In response to: Week of Camp

grandma [Visitor]
Owen, I was wondering how camp was and what you did there. Thanks for the nice picture. Did you like the slide? How many times did you go down the slide? Did you make any new friends at camp this year?
Love,
Grandma
PermalinkPermalink 08/06/11 @ 12:41
grandma

In response to: Wednesday Night

grandma [Visitor]
wow! VBS sure has changed since I used to go!!! glad you had fun!
PermalinkPermalink 06/20/11 @ 17:58
Bobbie Jo Caldwell

In response to: Things I Like

Bobbie Jo Caldwell [Visitor]
Hey Owen, I finally sat down and was able to read your blog. I love it. You are so creative and funny. You are very smart because you are reading so much-did you know that reading makes you smarter? Anyway, I will see you soon. Come visit some afternoon, or stand outside my window and sing. I love when you do that! :0) Just make sure you tell me so I can open my window and listen.
love,
Ms. Bobbie Jo
PermalinkPermalink 06/16/11 @ 16:39
Keith

In response to: Things I Like

Keith [Visitor]
Owen, I'm glad to hear you are reading "The Hobbit"! That is one of my favorite books! You'll have to tell me how you like it after you finish.

I'll have to recommend some other good children's books for you to read when you finish those. A couple that come to mind are "The Princess and the Goblin" and "The Princess and Curdie" by George MacDonald. They are classic children's books like "The Hobbit" and the Hardy Boys series, except even older (more than 100 years old)!
PermalinkPermalink 06/16/11 @ 07:48
Mary

In response to: Things I Like

Mary [Member]
Grandma - The numbers do represent letters, but yes, I have to keep it a secret. I do like the Hardy Boys and The Hobbit.

(Typed by mom, dictated by Owen.)
PermalinkPermalink 06/11/11 @ 14:24
Mary

In response to: Kung Fu Panda 2

Mary [Member]
Aunt Becky - Maybe, I don't know for sure, but I'll bet he would. Also, did you hear I'm reading the Hobbit?

(Typed by mom, dictated by Owen.)
PermalinkPermalink 06/11/11 @ 14:21
grandma

In response to: Things I Like

grandma [Visitor]
Hey Owen, I really like your blog. I am interested in your codes. Like, does each number represent a certain letter? You won't want to tell me what it is though, because a code needs to stay secret, right? Hey, I will get to see you in just a few weeks again and you can show me and grandaddy your favorite books and things. Have a fun summer!
PermalinkPermalink 06/11/11 @ 08:31
Aunt Becky

In response to: Kung Fu Panda 2

Aunt Becky [Visitor]
There ya go, Owen! I like this and had thought of having Landis do a journal on the laptop. Do you think he'd like it? You'll LOVE looking back at the things you wrote a few years from now. You keep writing...it's good for your brain. :) Love you!
PermalinkPermalink 06/10/11 @ 22:18
Kristy Jo

In response to: A Room of His Own

Kristy Jo [Visitor]
Clay is excited for him. "Cool Dude!" and a whispered, "Yesss!"
PermalinkPermalink 02/13/11 @ 17:25
grandma Kelso

In response to: A Room of His Own

grandma Kelso [Visitor]
hooray for Owen! It looks really good! He is so grown up now, it seems right.
PermalinkPermalink 02/09/11 @ 19:48
Amy

In response to: A Room of His Own

Amy [Visitor]
Good for Owen! And congrats to you for getting him in there so quickly. I've been promising a room to Chloe and even have the paint but I'm finding myself being very reluctant to give up the playroom/computer/storage space. Maybe if I drag my feet long enough, we'll just move.
PermalinkPermalink 02/09/11 @ 13:56
Rachel A.

In response to: Going Bananas

Rachel A. [Visitor]
Owen and Bananas had some wild times together. Very, very cute pictures!
PermalinkPermalink 12/20/10 @ 10:09
Mary

In response to: Thanksgiving Recipe

Mary [Member]
I know...I pretty much felt the same way. :)
PermalinkPermalink 12/13/10 @ 11:28
Tisra

In response to: Thanksgiving Recipe

Tisra [Visitor]
Oh. My. WOrd!!! HAAAAAAA! I love this and I hate it all at once. And, I only hate it because it gives me the dry heaves. :-)

PermalinkPermalink 12/13/10 @ 09:53
grandma

In response to: Thanksgiving Recipe

grandma [Visitor]
Awesome recipe Owen! We will try that next year.
PermalinkPermalink 11/25/10 @ 20:44
mom kelso

In response to: Going Bananas

mom kelso [Visitor]
This was so cute! Thanks for sharing these pictures; i wish I could meet Bananas!
PermalinkPermalink 11/13/10 @ 10:42
Kristy

In response to: Poor Owen

Kristy [Visitor]
I was feeling bad for Owen. I was beginning to think you didn't like him anymore.
PermalinkPermalink 06/10/10 @ 21:00
Clay

In response to: Good Stuff

Clay [Visitor]
What is your favorite part of Sunday?
PermalinkPermalink 12/20/09 @ 22:02
grandma k

In response to: "They Love Him."

grandma k [Visitor]
how could ANYONE not love OWEN!
PermalinkPermalink 11/19/09 @ 17:53
Cheryl

In response to: Six!

Cheryl [Visitor]
I agree with Owen all the way. People over thing!!!! It's a good lesson to learn early. I'm glad it was a fun party. Cute cake. Happy Birthday Owen!!!!!!!
PermalinkPermalink 10/13/09 @ 18:39
Tisra

In response to: Six!

Tisra [Visitor]
The awareness of age, maturity, and being a "big kid" is really funny, isn't it.

And how heart-warming that he chose friends. "People over things", I often chant in those types of situations and our kids, thankfully, get it.

You've got yourself a great 6 year old. :-)
PermalinkPermalink 10/13/09 @ 14:24
Kristy

In response to: Six!

Kristy [Visitor]
That's funny; Clay also wanted a lego party. He's changed his mind to an army theme, but I think we'll stick with the lego idea. I was also thinking how easy it would be to make a big lego block for a cake. What were some of your other ideas? Can I steal them?
PermalinkPermalink 10/13/09 @ 08:40
Tisra

In response to: Observation

Tisra [Visitor]
HA! What a righteous attitude those older kids have- it's always someone else's problem! :-) And they have a hard time not leading, don't they?

You're raising him well and at some point he'll figure it out.

But, I do find this still about our dear Grant. When he's doing his own thing, the other two are much quieter and content.
PermalinkPermalink 10/12/09 @ 15:01
Cheryl

In response to: Why I Don't Need Mommy

Cheryl [Visitor]
Such a precious truth! Many adults would benefit from having him impart his wisdom to them.
PermalinkPermalink 10/11/09 @ 13:27
grandma

In response to: Why I Don't Need Mommy

grandma [Visitor]
Awesome!
PermalinkPermalink 08/15/09 @ 09:37
Amber

In response to: Why I Don't Need Mommy

Amber [Visitor]
I love that picture. That REALLY captured "thinker" Owen. I remember from infancy how his face always told those looking that he's thinking, observing, soaking it in. Such an amazing boy!
PermalinkPermalink 08/14/09 @ 09:40
Juda

In response to: Why I Don't Need Mommy

Juda [Visitor]
Oh Mary! I have enjoyed your blogs, but this has really touched me. It is such a precious thing to impart these truths to our children. What a joy to see that it is in his heart! And what a sweet heart it is.
PermalinkPermalink 08/13/09 @ 07:22
Jessica

In response to: Observation

Jessica [Visitor]
Oh man, he is too cute!
PermalinkPermalink 07/10/09 @ 14:57
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