Wednesday, October 8, 2008


Best Buddies

The boys!!!!!!!!!!!!

Little Max loved playing with his cousins.
The little kiddies were our California Screamin first timers.
At Disneyland with family and friends. What could be better than that?

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

The Mighty Vikings

Football season is upon us again! Tyler played on the Vikings team for about 4 seasons and now is little brothers are continuing the tradition! Beau plays on the 7-8yr old team and Tad the 9-10yr old team. We have 4 practices per wk, and with Ty's baseball, 4 games per week and our Dad is Head Coach of Beau's team and assists on the other two.....yes, we are crazy!!!! GO VIKINGS, WE NEED ANOTHER CHAMPIONSHIP!!!

Sunday, October 5, 2008

He's Here!

This picture is so cute, we were taking pictures of Miranda while we were waiting for her date to pick her up. Just as I snapped this picture, the doorbell rang......he's here!


Remember Homecoming? Picking out the dress, the shoes, how to do your hair, feeling nervous? It all came back to me as I helped my daughter prepare for her first Homecoming dance. It is so fun and exciting and brought back a flood of great memories for me! For all of you who don't have teenagers....I just want you to know that it is really fun! I remember that when our children were little, many well meaning people "warned" us of the day that our children would become the "dreaded" teenagers. I love having teenagers in the house because it reminds me of what it felt like when I was that really wasn't that long ago, I promise!

The date: Jake took Miranda to a fun dinner with two other couples at his house. They took pictures, and played some games and went to the dance. The next morning they went on a "day date" with the same couples to the zoo. Miranda had a wonderful time because this very cute boy planned such a fun time! Thank you cutie patootie!


Beau is finally losing his teeth! In our family, we get teeth really late and lose them really late. He is just so happy to be like all of his toothless friends. He is ready for Halloween, knows what he wants for Christmas, and one dollar couldn't be better for this second grader!