Sunday, June 15, 2008

Happy Father's Day!!!!

What a great summer day today was. The weather was perfect. We decided it was a great day to have a barbecue at my Dad's house. We also spent time with my Grandpa. The boys made special cards for everyone. It is on days like today that I realize that we should spend more time with the people we love.

The boys were so excited to make presents for Steve. They could hardly wait to give them to him. Yesterday they refused to let him in the kitchen because he might "see". After they said happy father's day and handed out their awesome cards, they promptly went into the other room and started fighting with each other. Kids certainly move on quickly don't they? I have to sometimes remind myself that these are the kinds of days I'm going to miss as the kids get older- fighting and all. Pretty soon they will be as old as Lexii and starting their own lives.

It really was an awesome day!

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Birthday Fun

Happy Birthday Nate!

Who's having more fun? Mason or Trent?
Lexii and Trent after Chuck E. Cheese

We've started our busy summer but it doesn't feel very much like summer. It is really cold and rainy again. Last night Nate played his baseball game in the rain and it looks like rain for Mason's tonight. We had such a fun time at Chuck E. Cheese in Denver with John, Natalie, Ivy, and Porter that Nate wanted to go there for his birthday. We had a great time, big kids and all.

Yes there really is a place called nowhere!

Here we are in the middle of nowhere. There was a bait shack and a couple of trailers. Awesome town.

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Road Trip!

Well, we're finally back from our whirlwind trip. 5 states in 6 days, in a van with 2 boys- CRAZY!!! We had a great time visiting family and seeing new babies. Now we are back to our lives and looking forward to a summer of baseball and swimming. Well, at least a little bit of summer before Nate starts school again in July. It's time to make grocery lists and sort coupons so I'll post pictures later.
Signora, as Mason likes to say!