Thursday, April 9, 2015

More Asa Quotes Over the Years...

Asa knew that Chloe (12) would be going on a mission trip to Haiti.  She was goofing off one at home one day so he said, "When you go to Haiti, please don't embarrass me in front of my people."

Asa: What's for dinner?
Me: Shepherd's Pie.
Asa:  Great!!  The Shepherds (our good friends) are coming for dinner!  And they are bringing PIE!

Asa:  I can spell Peifer backwards!  R-E-F-I-E-P!
Jim: But can you spell "Asa" backwards? (Trying to trick him and tease it was actually forward.)
Asa: (smarter than daddy) Mini a, s, big A!!!

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Recent Pictures...

It's been a while since I posted pictures of our handsome little guy...

At Carvel - Crazy Pink Ice Cream

Side View of Freshly Latched Locs

Future Marine?

Monday, September 19, 2011

Lunch Date With My Big Boy...

Check out the missing teeth.

Friday, April 29, 2011

Asa-isms: Part III

Jim: Kids, we're going to play the quiet game. Let's see who can be quiet the longest.
{five seconds later...}
Asa: I'm winning.

Asa: I spy with my little eye something bald with a head.
Chloe: Is it daddy?
Asa: (shocked that she got it on the first try) You GUESSED it!!!

Thursday, April 21, 2011


Today, with very little help from Mommy, Asa learned how to ride a bike. I've never seen a child master a two-wheeler so quickly! He was so proud of himself and wants to spend all his time outside practicing his newly acquired skill!

Friday, April 8, 2011

Pool Pictures...

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Swimming in March & Locs Update...

The boys have been spending a lot of time in the pool. I caught a quick picture and you can kind of see how long Asa's locs have gotten; stretched out, they are 3-4 inches.

Compared to this picture I took when we first started them late last summer...

He still loves them and can't wait until they are long enough to pull back with a rubber band. Even with the swimming, they are staying soft - he never has any type of breakage. We wash with conditioner once a week and mist with Palmer's Olive Oil Spray when I damp-towel rub them every other day (or so). The towel-rub method is all we've ever used and they are so uniform and neatly loc'd, even up to the scalp.