Sunday, April 10, 2011

This Week in Pictures

Morning wagon ride!

Juuust watchin' some tv with Homer. He loves it. I can tell by the smile on his face.

 True love.
Bet you don't even recognize me in my shades.
 Emma gets hugs too. In the kitchen.
 I spent Thursday morning in Momma's red heels.
 Notice the hair?
 That's all folks!

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Dzien Dobre!!! (Good Day)

Weekend before last Paula came to visit ALL THE WAY from LONDON! (She's Polish but going to Imperial college in London) Momma and I drove up to Houston just in time to take Paula to eat Texas Bar-B-Q at The Swinging Door and for dinner YaYa made steaks and pas (n tnm  l,kkkk bkbbkikkkk                          nb ghtg88) pasta salad and banana pudding. Delicious. Jack came over for that with Uncle Pete and Auntie H. We went to the big mall downtown and we played outside and on Monday Mr. Sir and I took Paula to eat Mexican food. I ate green sauce. You should try it. Everyone says it is salsa for the chips, but I think it makes a better soup than a dip. Oh! And the azaleas were all crazy blooming so that was cool. AND we took Paula to the airport and saw the airplanes. Samolot. That means airplane in Polish. I also learned the Polish word for helicopter (helicopter) and bus (autobus). I am practically bilingual.

Watching an airplane fly over.

Gnawing on a rib at Swinging Door.
 Eating green sauce.
 Mr. Sir and Paula
 Wearing Paula's hard hat. She came to the States for a petroleum geology field trip!

Sunday, April 3, 2011

It's Dancy Dance Time!

Momma bought me more blogger space so I am back. I was so excited I did a dance. On top of a septic tank circle at Uncle Aaron and Uncle Andrew's birthday celebration. Just recently I've invented some sweet new moves and instead of dancing for 3 seconds on command ("Dance Monkey Dance!" Momma likes to yell and that's a lot of pressure!) I just let loose.

My name is Knox! I like to Dance!
 My audience

To prepare for all that dancing I needed some ketchup. Momma gave me a hot dog on the side (my very first one!).