Just doing a little dreaming.
Monday, December 14, 2009
Sunday, December 13, 2009
If Eden is sick,
then Indie is sick.
If Eden and Indie are sick,
then mommy is sick.
If Eden, Indie and mommy are sick,
then daddy is sick.
Isn't it funny how it always works that way?!?
Last week we all dealt with a little cold and a whole lotta snot.
This week we are feeling better, but unfortunately we've now shared it with grandma and grandpa and Cash. I guess it's only a matter of time before it finds its way back.
Monday, December 7, 2009
It was the week that kept on giving and for that I am thankful. Tony took a few days off of studying and we played it up.
During our weekly Ticket to Ride game night my cousins Cortney and Rodger mentioned having extra tickets to the Trans-Siberian Orchestra concert. Without hesitation I accepted their offer. So Wednesday afternoon we headed to the matinee. I can't quite describe what this concert turned out to be. I was literally expecting an orchestra with an electric guitar. Instead I got a strong dose of 80's hair metal meets a string quartet. It was pretty incredible. Their was a lot of head banging/instrument playing going on. And they rocked us for over 2 1/2 hours. Thanks for the fun night Cort and Rodgie.
I took a few little videos but to get the full effect click here.
We packed to stay the weekend at Kim's house but only planned on staying one night. You see Indie is very finicky about sleeping in her own bed so we figured after one horrible night we would head home. But I had a plan and if it worked we could stay the entire weekend. I brought Indie's crib pads from her cribby and put them in Kim's crib and successfully duped my child into thinking she was in her own cozy bed.
So let the fun weekend begin!
We awoke early Thanksgiving morning for the annual Attitude of Gratitude 5K. Then it was time for the annual gorging of scones at Annelee's for breakfast.
Later, we hot tubbed, napped and prepared for dinner that evening.
The dinner at Annelee's was off the hizzy (I don't use that word in any seriousness, but in all seriousness the food was amazing).
What? You mean you didn't have turkey shaped butter at your Thanksgiving dinner?...Sad.
Friday morning we went to a little known parade in West Valley. It was rockin', we walked away with more loot then you could imagine.
You are my same height, that is neat.
Is that one of the sweetest faces ever?
Friday was grandma Rigby's 80th birthday so to celebrate she took us all out to dinner at The Mandarin on Saturday night. Happy Birthday! I love you Gram.
So have you ever heard of the trick where you add "in bed" to the end of your fortune from a fortune cookie? My little old aunts had not and thought it was pretty hilarious when we read our fortunes.
I spent Sunday afternoon with the girls in Provo while Tony studied. I went to my cousin Ellynn's house to visit my cousin Geoffrey who was in town from Virginia. About 8 years ago the three of us lived together in dear ol' P-town. It was great to be together again and reminisce about the good times.
It was a great weekend filled with my most favorite things...family, friends and food. Kim, thank you so much for letting us invade your house and for being my own personal nanny.
I am beyond grateful for all the blessings in my life right now. We are probably going through the roughest time in our lives right now with school, studying, raising babies, and barely seeing each other; yet we are finding the joy in it and I get to do it all with my best friend.
I am thankful for Tony and for his dedication to school. I am grateful that he is such a great provider for our family. I am grateful for two beautiful healthy daughters who bring happiness into our lives. They test me, stretch me to my limits and mold me into the person I am. I am grateful for a warm house to live in and for my parents for providing it. I am grateful for my family and Tony's family and our friends. I am truly blessed to be surrounded by people who love us. I am also grateful for the Gospel which makes it possible for me to be with my family forever.