Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Pucker Up

I am getting a taste of what my life is going to be like in about ten years. Peyton walked into the kitchen and said, "look at me, mommy." I turned around and saw this:

Flag Day

We went out to Flag Day in Fairfield a couple of weeks ago and had a lot of fun. Peyton was intent on just a few things. She wanted candy, drums, trumpets and fire trucks. Well, she was not disappointed! The girls got a ton of candy and loved the parade.

Connor has a pretty smooth move with his feet!


Lisa came and joined us for the parade! We had so much fun hanging out with her that day! Gigi enjoyed hanging with her fourth daughter!

Peyton got on the merry go round at the park and stayed there the ENTIRE time. She loved it!

Callie loved going down the big slide. I remember going down it as a kid and thinking that was the best slide EVER. Callie wanted me to go with her that day, so I did. It is still pretty fun :)

Con-Man had too much fun that day and just needed a snooze!


I got a double jogger stroller so I can get out and run with the kids more. The girls really enjoy it also.


Hanging in the stroller!

Beautiful girl!

Some outside shots

After Callie's dance recital we were hanging outside because the weather was actually quite beautiful and we were waiting for Gigi and Grandpa to show up, so I snapped some cute pics of the kiddos.

Just the three of them. Connor chewing on whatever he can!

Look at that face. Don't you want to just squeeze those cheeks!

So Sweet!

Hanging out Mom!

She is bustin some moves for me.

Hmmm, did something not taste good???

Hmm, but that does taste good, thanks!

Still chewing on the grass.

Dance Recital

A couple of weeks ago Callie had her dance recital and she did fabulous! Miss Michelle has been so wonderful and we love her!! That morning, I was a little worried about what I was going to do with her hair, so I called Rachel and she so kindly came over to work some magic!

Super cute huh!

She is really excited that I keep taking pictures!!

Don't forget Peyton! Rach did her hair too and it looked awesome! Her turn for dance will be next year and she can't wait!

Callie and her friend Natalie from her class before the recital. Beautiful Tinkerbells!

Callie waiting with her class before the next song.

On stage with all the other dancers at the end of the recital.

I have a video to post, but it is too large and I don't know how to cut it down to a small enough video! If anyone can help me, that would be great.

Callie did fantastic. She works so hard to try and follow the steps just right and has no fear at all of the stage. I am so proud of her. I have enjoyed watching her develop and learn.

Tuesday, June 7, 2011


Me: Peyton, do you want to wear panties?
Peyton: Hmm, no thank you.
Run off to play outside.

I love my peypey

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Utah Trip

My mom went to women's conference with her sisters, so the kids and I bummed a ride and spent the week with Jane in Salt Lake City. We decided to take the van, in case any of us did some shopping. Hahaha. So, we spent Tuesday with mom before she headed to Provo and did some shopping. On Wednesday the kids, Jane and I went to Temple Square and looked around. It was quite fun and very beautiful. We saw a couple getting married, and the Peyton yelled, "princess!" Thursday we went down to IKEA and I got some much needed shelving then we went to Thanksgiving Point and went to the Dinosauer Museum. Wow, the kids had a ball. It was such a cool place to take kids and they had a lot of fun. On Friday, Joe watched the kids and Jane and I got to hang out for a few hours just us. THANKS JOE!! He went way above and beyond the uncle duties, and I was so appreciative of it. I really needed a little break. Saturday morning Joe and I ran a 5K his running store was sponsoring and Jane stayed with the kids. We ran in the snow, which was depressing considering it was April 30, but still fun and I got free socks and a free t-shirt! Then we packed up the car and waited for mom to arrive. Then we packed her stuff and, oh my. That is all I can say.

Side View without kids

I took this picture from the front passenger seat. Ryan's comment was, he loved how Callie was straining to see over the tsunami of purchases.

The trip was fun, a nice little break for me, having some help with the kids for the week and they girls love their Aunt Jane! And, I love my shelving from IKEA, so the cramped journey back was worth it!