Wednesday, June 20, 2007

A Lesson in Economics...

Allison decided to teach the littles about money. She was teaching them how to buy things with money. Notice, it was raining money in my house.LOL I must be pretty lucky to have money rain.
Here, she explains that you must have money to spend money...
Here, Evie is counting her money to see if she has enough for a pickle and sugar...

I'm blessed that Allison enjoys spending time with her little siblings. We were just talking the other day and realized that when Sophia is 15, Allison will be 30! ACK! Scary thought.lol
Blessings,
Lisa

8 comments:

Jodi said...

That's so cute! Allison sounds like a great big sister.

Lisa in Jax said...

She is!

Cynthia said...

We've also done the math... 14 years difference between our oldest and youngest. The closer our oldest gets to moving out this summer the more we realize how she really won't know the youngest one in the same way she knows the others. I've actually been kind of bothered by that thought, but there's nothing we can do about it.

Cynthia said...

Our older kids also like to play "store." Sometimes they even play restaurant.. one inside and one outside driving up to the window in one of our little outdoor cars (LOL)! IT's TOO CUTE! I need to find more time to blog all of these things. Right now I just have time to read blogs...

Lisa in Jax said...

That's why I've been trying to give them time now. In a few short years Allison will be gone and things will be very different.


LOL Now that's something I'd like to see! Playing drive thru...pretty creative!

Kristine said...

And what a blessing Allison is to Evie and Isaac.

As I've gotten older, I'm learning that it's not good to think more than 2-3 years ahead. (And you're several years younger than I. Ouch.)

:)

De'Etta said...

LOL - it's incredible isn't it, Lisa? When Stacia is 15, Bre will be 36. ::snort::

Lisa in Jax said...

LOL It's really great though. I don't think that Eric and I ever thought about it until recently.lol