Moved again!

Yes we moved again! I’m a little late updating all this but we moved on October 13. Actually it was Friday the 13th and the worst moved I’ve ever did. Why you ask? Well I got the stomach flu about two hours into a 9 hour drive from Kansas City to Fargo ND, Pulling my cargo trailer with the kiddos and dogs. Yes they all could of rode with their dad but nope. I had the DVD players, lol and they wanted their dogs 🐶 So it was horrible because I managed to wait to throw up ever time we stopped for gas and somehow I made it to a bathroom each time. Then I got a migraine from that which blurred my vision. It was ridiculous. Anyways we made it. I literally stared at the back of our fifth wheel in front of me the whole time and never looked at any scenery which is a great part of moving because it made my head pound worse to look around. We got there right when it was getting dark and we got to the to park and that was it. Couldn’t make it. Just pulled over and at least I had a bag. 🤢My husband had no idea where I went, lol. But I soon pulled up, helped him park straight. Threw up in the new yard (at least it was dark because the new neighbors would of been like hmmm😟lol) then went inside put the slid outs out, kind of moved things to normal then just sat but a toilet and heater for two hours before going to bed. I really don’t know if it was the stomach flu or food poisoning because I did eat some gas station chicken wings before I got the symptoms. So yeah that was crazy. But I’m still alive 👍 Here are some photos of before the chicken wings 😬

Here is our yard. We actually live in Minnesota but it’s like five miles from Fargo ND. Any yes it snow like a few days after we got there. Went from 75 in KC to 28 in Minnesota 😱 But the kids love snow ❄️

We have a park and ice skating rink next to our rv park so that’s exciting.


Hatching nymphs (praying mantis babies) and watching metamorphosis with our butterflies 

For Kinsley’s kindergarten class we are doing our letter B and watching painted lady caterpillars turn into butterflies this week. It came in her kindergarten My Fathers World curriculum.  The kit comes with a voucher for the caterpillars to come in the mail then they eat and eat until the make their chrysalis and then turn into butterflies. The kit is from  My oldest daughter loves insects so I also bought from the site a praying mantis egg sack.  It hatches 75-200 nymphs. The girls loved watching both kits! I would recommend these to any children of all ages.  Their curriculum is from 

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Leopard gecko reptile habitat! 

Grace has been saving all her money for a reptile habitat. She wanted a bearded dragon or a chameleon but soon realized they get big fast. Up to 18 inches which would mean we would have to upgrade the habitat. She was going to buy a kit at petsmart on sale for $80 but Grace and her father decided to build one together and not buy the kit because they could make it slim enough so the slid outs can still come in without moving it.  Mike also made little heart windows for her ❤️So she finally decided on a leopard gecko🦎Because they get to be around 10 inches.  We bought the gecko and all his habitats stuff at petsmart.  You need to buy crickets and cricket food also. They eat around 2-3 a night.  And all the wood and parts at Home Depot. It is a desert habitat so you need two thermometers one on each end. One has a humidity percentage and heat and the other one is just for heat. You need a heat lamp and we also bought a heated rock. Mike screwed it into where a tv should be in their room but we have never wanted a tv in there so it’s a great spot with all the plug ins. She is so happy ❤️