Monday, September 22, 2008

Byer's Choice

Isn't this gate gorgeous?

I loved these statues!2 boys laughing!
Precious Mila!

Sienna playing leap frog.

There is a fun place in Chalfont called Byer's Choice. They make all kinds of dolls. (I know, not very manly, right?)I took the kids there during the last week of the strike. We had so much fun!

My favorite thing about the place was the price! FREE! Do you have any fun and free things to do in your neighborhood? Things that are a little out of the ordinary? We love the library and the park, but sometimes, we need something different!

29 comments:

Suz said...

Looks like a great place, and I love th price. The only thing free here is the beach and local parks.
Everything is expensive. We stay home mostly....I tell my kids they have so much to do here, it is like living in Disney world. I should charge them....

Grandma J said...

That is so awesome! Those statues are great, and the kids love them.
Kaishon is so funny! I live the first statue picture with him in it.

Forcedtoegister said...

You're such a wonderful Aunt. No wonder they ask me every morning if you're coming over. :)

The Pink Potpourri said...

that place looks beautiful, and like a lot of fun! i love the pic of the kids jumping with the statue. our community always has free events going on. this past weekend, we had the gaslight festival...complete with a parade, balloon fest, and two days of an arts and crafts festival. all free!

Katie said...

I see your son likes John Deere. My boys have the same love. Jaden has a John Deere room we used to have gerbil named Johnny.
I love that gate, I would to take pictures by it.

Abraham Lincoln said...

Thank you so much for all your visits and comments. You guys make my day special.

I like your photos. They always show the kids having fun which is so important.

Live.Love.Eat said...

Those statues are so cool, especially the ones totally off the ground, or am I seeing things. Anyhoo, SO glad you liked those 2 dishes. As for the meal prep places, I have never done it but am planning it as one of my gifts to myself next month for my bday. It's definitely an awesome thing to do. Since I love to cook, part of me feels like it may take away some of the experience for me since it's going to be so convenient having them in my freezer. So, I just need to look at it like they will be there when I am pressed for time like during the week and then on the weekend I can make my more timely stuff.

DD said...

Wow, what a fun place!!! By the way, a Make and Take is a scrapbooking term. It where they teach you how to make something and then you take it home. In this case it was a notebook that we scrapbooked the cover of it and then got to take home!

Rachel said...

What a beautiful family...let's see fun places...that are free? Hmmm...taking a walk around the neighborhood. LOL

thanks for stopping by!

Rachel said...

BTW I love those fire pits!!!

Baby Favorite said...

Looks wonderful!

The only thing we have free here are tumbleweeds. *sigh*

The Ashworth family said...

How fun, Becky! We just joined the library the other day and we are taking Trey in the morning to baby story time. I know there are lots of fun things to do out here - it is just a matter of finding where those things are. I am a huge fan of all the community resources that Phoenix provides families!

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Mrs. B said...

What cool statues!!

Scary Mommy said...

Looks like fun- my kids would have had a blast too!

magiceye said...

such a wonderful park! absolutely clean and neat fun for children!

Adventure girl wanna be said...

Thanks for coming by my site! I am a little confused? "i"? Like ABC Wednesday??

Anyhouser, glad you did. Your son is precious and your love for him amazing!

Adventure girl wanna be said...

I think I figured it out. I put my site down for "I" on the ABC website and then didn't post anything. I am so new to that and didn't understand last week. Now I do;) I will post J tomorrow;) Thanks for inadvertantly (spelling?) helping me figure that out;)

Mrs. B said...

check out my very first post (from last week - only about 5 or 6 posts down). It's my introduction post, and it explains what Chez' Bichet means.

Callie

Jay said...

The gates are gorgeous, but so is the kid! What a sweetie!

I love the statues, too. How lively and fun they are!!

THE ROOST said...

Looks like a wonderful/fun place. Great pics too.
We have a farmers market with local produce, music, food... Not much free anymore....too bad too!

Sandy Toes said...

What fun statues...It made a great picture! In the fall, there seems to be more to do around my area that is cheaper! Great blog!
-Sandy Toes

g said...

Hi, Rebeckah - thanks for visiting my blog. I've been enjoying reading yours. Kaishon is a charmer! Your love for him and Gary just shines through every word you write.

thedulls said...

yeah for the price!

Katrine said...

I love the pictures with the statues!

Reader Wil said...

I also like the statues of the jumping kids! Beautiful photos and the children are lovely.

the world's coolest uncle said...

I have some byer's choice items.

Mom on the Run said...

I love the library as well. I have been taking my kids to the library since my oldest was 18 months old. Our library has programs for babies through teens. last sat. There were all sorts of Star Wars people at the library...troopers, people in robes. My son liked asking for their autographs.

We live near Baltimore, MD. The aquarium and science center have $8admission night Fridays through the fall and winter. It's not free, but it is good value as the admission includes the dolphin show or an IMAX film.

In answer to your post I am having fun with twitter. I either post what I am doing or listen in on what other people are talking about. It is kind of funny. I am following a family of people who are actually characters from Mad Men, a TV series. I did not realize this until I read a few of their posts and realized that hey were talking about the 1950s as though it was the present. Quirky!

Blue Castle said...

Those statues are awesome! I can just imagine all the kids that love that place. Great pictures. :)