Friday, May 21, 2010

Our Day in Laugna

Lunch with a view. Can you believe this day. We went for a drive and had a picnic. We were going to main beach. When we drove by it was too crowded so we kept driving. Tanner kept saying, "What a great day."
It really was. The sun came out and it was so clear.
The kids ran around and loved it.
There were some dumb bunnies around. My kids were chasing them, and rather than the bunnies just running into the bushes they just ran around the grass.
Tanner is growing up so fast. He picked out his clothes and got dressed all by himself. He got his hat and told me it is because it was sunny and he is responsible.

Peyton got her first pair of Vans. She loves her shoes.

Who needs Sea World. We watched the seals on the rocks for a long time.
What a beautiful day. I really love hanging out with these two.

Sunday, May 09, 2010

I LOVE being a Mom

I love being a mom. Tanner has filled our live with more joy than we could ever have dreamed. Then our little surprise Peyton is such a doll. She has a handful of words, one of them is CHEESE!! I try to have fun in everything that we do. Here we are at a family trip to Lowes.
For Mother's Day Kipp took the kids to Color me Mine and they painted a frame with the kids hand prints on it. They put this picture in it. They are in Peyton's room. So cute!
We have so much fun doing normal, everyday things. We also have a blast going to our favorite place, Disneyland.
Hi Goat. Say hello to your mother for me.
Working part time has been so amazing. I love the days that I get to spend with the kids.
Peyton is such a copy cat. She wants to be just like Tanner. She loves juice boxes. The other day I asked the kide, "Who's ready to go to church?" Tanner yelled, "ME!" Then Peyton yelled, "Maa." At the same volume that she had just heard.

These kids are such a joy to me. I am so blessed to have such an amazing husband. They are at the store right now buying food to Bar-b-q and I am alone is a quite house. Happy Mother's Day to everyone who is a mom or who has a mom.
Thank you to my mom who taught me how to love without condition.