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Monday, December 26, 2011
Sunday, February 20, 2011
Well I finally did it, I joined the blogging world again. I figured that after more than a year I would get back to it. We have done a lot in a year and have captured some of it on film so here it goes.
Posted by Jenzette at 1:13 PM
For Christmas this year Grandma Debbie took all of us to the Rockettes. We stayed the night at Little America and had a really fun time. Here is Cameron with his cousins at Little America.
Posted by Jenzette at 12:48 PM
I go a little crazy for Jane Austen, so imagine how happy I was when our library decided to have a Jane Austin Tea Party. I was in the middle of making Halloween costumes and I knew I just had to put them aside and make a dress fitting the Regency era.
Thanks to my friend Foxy Roxy she completed the look by making my very short faux hawk look like a pile of Jane Austen hair. It was a fun day. But my obsession was far from over. I made the dress and still had costumes to finish when I found these....
I was like a little elf. I couldn't get enough. I don't even have any tiny feet to put in them but that didn't stop me.
Posted by Jenzette at 12:28 PM
We love our little school. It is so nice to have Jesse with us. He is a lot of fun and very creative.
And as you can see weather having fun or being weird...
I made all of our costumes. Cameron was a good sport as Peter Pan and I had fun as Tinkerbell. Jesse's costume turned out the best though. I was so excited when I was finished with it because it looked so professional. Even I had a hard time believing that I made it. To bad we only wore them for 2 hours. All that work and so little time to use them.
Posted by Jenzette at 12:12 PM
I love the way the porch turned out. I can't wait until that time of day when the sun goes down. I could sit out there for hours.
Then I usually beg my Hubby and Cameron to sleep out on the porch just to get more time there. What can I say, I love my porch.
I love Jesse. I love all the work he does for us. Both in the office and at home. He is a hard worker and it means the world to me.
He continued to build the fence this fall even after he broke his foot. Yes he broke it doing something he loves, mountain biking. At this point he was able to move around without crutches but it was still very painful.
I asked Grandma Donna for help in designing a cover for his walking boot so that he could still work in the yard. After not being on his foot for over a month he was going crazy. So she came up with this design which really did work well.
I love to see my kid having fun. We rented a tractor to dig holes for the fence. Every chance he could he was on the tractor, just enjoying his life....I love that!
Posted by Jenzette at 11:45 AM
Before we float the river they needed a picture on the big rock located near the area that you put your boat in. The day was really perfect because it was a little overcast and not too warm.
Our first stop on the river we took the boat out and the boys climbed up to the rocks and found a small cave.
Uncle Jesse works his magic and tells them what fun it is to jump into the river from the cliff above.
Jake is pretty proud of himself as he should be, he is more brave than I am. I would never jump into that cold water on purpose.
Our next stop was at a sandbar. The kids loved sinking in the sand and of course flipping it on each other. They are boys, what did you expect?
They 24th of July is a big deal in Utah so we were glad that the Texans were there to join in the celebration. The day started with a parade and a free slushy, always a good time.
Again with the self taken photo, oh well what can you do when we want a picture of all of us together. We were glad Andrea could come out too.
This is a picture of the Parade, Jesse and Cameron are in the back of the troop. The Boy Scouts of America celebrated 100 years of scouting and it was really a neat thing for Cameron to be part of.
That was the last time the dog got close to the fireworks. He kept trying to bite them and then finally burnt himself, poor guy. At least he learned to stay away.
Hey its not all fun and games when you visit us. We put our visitors to work. Here is Jaren gathering wood so that we can have a hot dog roast.
Posted by Jenzette at 9:12 AM