Kingston Thomas

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Josiah Phillip

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Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Artist or Astronaut?

Ok, indulge me. I have to show off for just a minute. I know that Kingston is really interested in the Solar System, and it drives me crazy for the most part, but I think his drawings are really good! I get about 5 of these a day that are expected to go on the fridge, but lately they've been extraordinarily good, I think. I know I'm biased. He is a pretty good colorer too and he takes great pride in staying in the lines.

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Creative Messes

Ever since Solomon could walk he has been fascinated with crayons and whenever he can get his hands on them, he loves to eat them. It doesn't matter how many times I tell him "no" or how many times I take them away, he always takes bites. Anyway, on this particular day, he managed to eat a whole jumbo green crayon before I noticed. All I found was the soggy paper wrapper stuck to his shirt. This was his reaction when I took the last little bit of green crayon and the paper away. I am such a mean mommy.Later that day, we got out the Play-Doh so Kingston could make a solar system. When we were finished, I asked Kingson to please clean it up and put it in the containers.

He is very pleased with his creation.

Monday, November 3, 2008


Kingston had a fever on Sunday, so he missed church. I guess he really missed it. On Monday afternoon, he said to me, "maybe our home can be church". I told him that God doesn't care where we worship, and so we could also do it here at home. He wanted to. I had to capture it. The "pulpit" is his armchair turned over. He does a pretty good job leading singing, but the dancing might be too much for some Church of Christ elders!!

I'm not sure what these songs are. I'm pretty sure he started making them up after he sang "Jesus Loves Me" a couple of times. Once, while singing a song that was made up and included made up words, he looked at me and said, "You need to sing with me."

The Sweetest Thing

Monday night I gave the boys a bath together. Jeremy was working late, so when they finished, I started putting clothes in the dirty basket, hanging up towels, etc. I heard Kingston saying "Come on" and I peeked into the bathroom and I saw him helping Solomon onto the step stool to look out the window. Then he put his arm around Solomon and pointed and said, "That is the moon!". I snapped this picture before they moved or fell off. It just might be my favorite picture ever.

Monday, October 27, 2008

Ghouls at Grassmere and Trunk or Treat

We had a really fun weekend last weekend. Friday night we went to Ghouls at Grassmere with the Johns Family and then Saturday we had Trunk or Treat at Woodson Chapel. Kingston is really getting into this candy thing.Had to throw this picture in of a sweet Saturday morning.
This is Kingston's good friend, Jacob. He really wasn't too sure about the face paint.

Jeremy and Solomon a.k.a. Captain America

Kingston and Mrs. Kim

Kingston and his other good friend, Jacob. Again, not too sure about the face paint.

Kingston goes for the pinata.

Me and Rebecca at Ghouls at Grassmere

Solomon, Abigail, Kingston and Ansley at Grassmere

Kingston goes down the big slide

Abigail goes in for a kiss, as Solomon leans in to get it!!

Kingston and they look like they're up to something?

I think this picture is hilarious. He looks so big and proud with his arm around Abigail.

Monday, October 20, 2008

It's A Beautiful Life

Jeremy took the day off work today and we had a great family day. We went to the zoo pretty early and we went to Dick's Sporting Goods to get Kingston a soccer ball and net. Jeremy is signing him up to play in the spring. We also went to Opry Mills and strolled around. We all had so much fun and were tired when we got home, but it was a perfect day. I had to share some pictures.I wanted to take a picture of Kingston but he was running from me.
Solomon was mad too, maybe because I had him bundled up so much!

Kingston with a family favorite, the meerkats.

You can't see it well because of the glare, but the Snow Leopard was walking right by the glass. Solomon didn't like it very much and immediately turned around and started grabbing at Jeremy.

He was okay if Jeremy was holding him at a safe distance.

Solomon (and Kingston, that is him in the background) had so much fun at the revamped "playin' ground".

Kingston chose to ride the zebra on the carousel. Jeremy sat on the bench with Solomon who screamed the whole time.

Saturday, October 18, 2008

The Little Pharr Men

We are still in Destin and staying in a house with Shane and Amanda. I had to post these pictures of the little Pharr men, my boys and nephews. Kingston and Caleb

Solomon and Caden

Solomon, Kingston, Caden and Caleb

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Destin, The First Half

We have been in Destin since Friday, the 10th. We came down with our good friends the Johns Family, Sharpe Family, and Flanigan Family. The kids all had such a great time, and the adults did too, although it was a little wild the night we all tried to eat at a restaurant. We had 8 adults and 9 children (7 of them 3 and under!!). Kingston, Abigail, and Ansley all slept in the same room, which worked better than we thought it would, but still didn't work very well. We had a monitor in the room and heard some hilarious conversations, mostly betwee Kingston and Abigail. They seemed to stick together and Kingston told us one morning that "Abigail smells like flowers". Uh oh. The Pharr family will all be down tomorrow, so we will have a whole new batch of pictures!

Rebecca and Rebekah

Abigail, Kingston, and Ansley

Jeremy, Solomon, Kingston, me, Rebecca, Abigail, Eric, and Ansley

my little family


Will, Kingston,Weston, Keaton, Abigail, Ansley, Solomon, Sophie, and Maddox

The Ladies' Man, Solomon with Ansley, Sophie, and Maddox

Ansley, Abigail, and Sophie

Sophie and Will

Keaton and Kingston

Friday, September 26, 2008

Its not working.

Kingston and I started talking about the seasons changing and it turned into a conversation about Christmas. I told him that during the winter is when Christmas comes and Santa comes and brings toys to good little boys. "Santa has elves that watch and if they see you throwing a fit, they will go back and tell Santa and he might not bring you any presents." There was a long pause during which Kingston looked like he was thinking.
Kingston: "I don't want any more presents".
How does this not work on him?

Sunday, September 21, 2008

It Starts Early!!

Our sweet friend Mary turned 30 last week so we had a surprise birthday party for her on Saturday. Her niece, Jacqueline came to the party and Kingston was so excited to have a playmate. Kingston can be overwhelming though, and Jacqueline wasn't as enthusiastic about him as he was about her. He finall got her to ride in his "Arctic Cat" with him though.As soon as he stopped for a second she got out.

He was disappointed.

She runs and he chases her.

He finally gets her back and is quite pleased with himself.

They ride off into the sunset.
Later that night he told me that Jacqueline kept putting her "eyebrowns" down at him and looking at him like this (see below). He said that he finally said, "Jacqueline, keep your eyebrowns up when you look at me!"

Jeremy and Beka

Jeremy and Beka

About Me

Jeremy and Rebekah were married in July 2004 and have 3 beautiful sons, Kingston, Solomon, and Josiah. Jeremy is an attorney and Rebekah is a part-time Marriage and Family Therapist and a full-time mommy.