Author Archives: Christy Anderson Brekken
http://people.oregonstate.edu/~brekkent/y12m09d11/index.html Cora’s account of bike camping, picture and map: http://www.carfreecorvallis.com/2012/09/bicycle-camping-101/ We will be using the blog above from now on. Subscribe yourself via the links and instructions from the main page, or send us a note and we will subscribe you.
Again, I had to upload pictures to my personal blog for lack of space here…go to: http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/christyandersonbrekken/2012/06/28/noras-birthday-party-pictures/
Nora introduces bunny to some of the foods in her new cookbook, then performs her doll-play to a sometimes uncooperative audience. We see how she handles impromptu adversity. Sorry for the poor quality on some of it. It was worth … Continue reading
Hosted on my personal blog, for lack of storage space here. Sigh. It wasn’t suppose to be this complicated, but we are pleased to bring you pictures any way we know how. http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/christyandersonbrekken/2012/06/13/more-spring-2012/
Because of some frustrating inelegant storage space limits on this blog site, I posted new Brekken pictures on my blog–so follow the link for Brekken Spring 2012. http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/christyandersonbrekken/2012/06/05/spring-2012/
Ted has been helping Nora practice riding bike without her training wheels for the last few weeks. She turned it into a game in which she would look at our car’s license plate to choose a “level” (a number or … Continue reading
We have been basking in our early spring dry spells at home, making some major progress on garden projects. We built raised beds that will take full advantage of the summer sun, moving dirt from our old raised bed next … Continue reading
Happy birthday to Anders and Nora! The trampoline is a joint birthday present, coming in between their birthdays (well, enough for their understanding anyway). Special thanks to Grandma Gigi for enthusiastically and financially making it happen. We have 2 very … Continue reading
Act 1: Anders [repeatedly]: “Yankee Doodle went to town a-riding on a heater, accidentally flipped the switch and barbequed his wiener.” Me [every time]: [Cringe] Ah man, that’s horrible. Ewwww….[etc.] Anders [after the 50th time]: What? It’s a silly song. … Continue reading
April has been the month of Anders. He showed us his great school work at his student-led conference, started the spring soccer season, and turned 7 years old. It has been a busy few weeks.