Friday, December 26, 2008

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

30th Birthday & baby bump

Yep, I'm no longer in my 20' weird, so sad! I do have 3 1/2 kids, so maybe it's a good thing:)?

my baby bump, Chris said I should stick it out farther... so here's another take:

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more snow day(s)

this looks like a where's waldo pic to me. Can you see Everett in the bottom right?so we've been snowbound since Saturday evening! It's been crazy, I guess they haven't seen this much snow in 13+ years! And it shows, they still haven't plowed our roads. We're hoping they get back into our neighborhood today so we can get to town to buy our Christmas ham (and rolls, potatoes, eggs, milk, light bulbs, etc.). And so Chris' family can make the trek over here safely for Christmas eve...

Here are a few photos of the fun in the snow:Paul was a little unhappy about the 12" of snow (not as easy to walk threw as the 4" the day before)Chris must have said something really funny. He's starting to come up with those Dad jokes only kids laugh at.
They brought in snowballs and made snow cones...everyone loved them but Annabuilding a snow fort with dad. Paul with his sisters mittens onAnna going backwardsEverett was so excited to have a fort. Chris shoveled snow on both sides of the driveway, they had a serious snowball fight that night.I only thought kids did this in the sand...

Sunday, December 14, 2008

snow day

The kids fell in love with Washington today. They used to think it only rained here and snowed in Utah...I think we've almost fully adjusted (now if we can just sell our house in Utah!)

Anna's snow angel
eating snow from the tramp

Oh, here is a fun easy craft I did this week. I got the idea from crafty crow. I just used 2 Land of Nod catalogs. Chris thinks I'm a weird-o, but I thought it turned out cute. (and if you like Land of Nod they have a free shipping code right now, it's "SWEET"! -that is the actual code)

Monday, December 1, 2008

Thanksgiving 2008

We went over to the Galvagno's for Thanksgiving this year (thanks guys!) It was so fun to be with family, and even better to not have to cook a turkey!! We went to downtown Seattle the next day to watch the tree lighting. Thanks for the fun times!
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