Wednesday, February 18, 2015

February Happenings

Evan is always moving.  He's a busy busy boy!  He spends most of the day outside, he loves it so much.

And he loves stand at the counter to eat chocolate chips when I'm making cookies

We went on a preschool field trip to the farm!



Anna LOVES to color and draw


These days she usually has a crayon in her hand.


Evan's other title (besides brother, Evan boy, stinker, etc) is Daddy's little buddy.  David LOVES that Evan enjoys helping him with projects.


He doesn't quit; even when he's sweaty and red-faced


If he gets to be by Daddy's side, he's content

Saturday, February 14, 2015

Valentine's Day 2015

For Valentine's Day we made sure to deliver love notes to each other during the week leading up and that morning we made pink heart pancakes


Yum!

For the kids we simplified and everyone got a Beanie Boo and a box of Thin Mints!




And David dipped strawberries for us!

Me and my love who just can't handle the camera flash. :)

These girls worked hard and made their own Valentine boxes.  I was proud of them, they did a great job and had so much fun!

Sunday, February 1, 2015

Jameson's Blessing

In February we drove to Huntington Beach to visit with the Viramontes.  It was time to give Jameson a name and a blessing at church and we wanted to be there!

Of course we had to spend some time at the beach!!  It was so relaxing and fun. A perfect day








WOOOWEEE!!  So glad he's mine.


And him too


Jameson wasn't a huge fan of the girls holding him.  He's so cute though!!


We wore Anna out!  We have so many pictures like this, it cracks me up!

Jason took us to his station so we could meet the K9 unit, dogs and all


They did some demos for us like the dog attacking the 'suspect'  I don't ever want to be a suspect!!

And Natalie hid some 'evidence' for the dog to find.  It was all quite fascinating

**I'm missing pictures of the actual blessing day--they will be coming soon!

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