Technically we have until the 25th, but this was a sure sign that things are about to change. I've heard the lifestyle impact of a teenager in the house isn't as significant as adding an infant, but this is new for me. I'm scared! I think the grasshopper I found in the back yard is scared too.
|Dad||0||1 point for each player not getting voted out in a week|
|Mom||0||1 point for each competition win (excluding week 1 competitions)|
|Matt||0||5 points for the BB7 winner|
She also found another maiden name of one of our great grandmothers on the Schweighofer side - Renier. She didn't have any more details than that. But that would have been either Teresa Welligrant or Lorenz Schweighofer's mother's maiden name - those are Grandpa Schweighofer's parents.
As you can tell, this topic is one that a certain member of this household gets into.
So I hop over to ancestry.com because I heard they had recently digitized the 1930 U.S. census data. Sure enough - looks like they did. And they even let me search them for free today. I found my grandmother Emma (Block) Schweighoffer's name. The form says she was 14 at the time and living in St. Paul with her father Adam who was 40, mother Mary (33) both born in Austria. Adam worked in a paint factory and came to the U.S. in 1908, Mary immigrated in 1911. My grandfather Raymond was 15 in 1930 and lived in St. Paul in his grandfather Thomas's home. Thomas was 71 at the time and came to the US from Hungary in 1887. My great grandfather Lorenz (44) also lived in the home and was a railroad engineer in 1930.