Friday, December 17, 2010

Family Photos

While we were in Utah we had some family pictures taken. Here are our favorites of just 'our' family.

Saturday, December 11, 2010


Thanksgiving was an interesting day. We found out in the morning that my Grandpa Palmer (Dad's dad) had died. He was 96 years old and a wonderful man. A true Cowboy, riding horses to help bring cows off the mountain up until he is 88 years old. My dad went to Aurora to help with the arrangements and the rest of us tried to continue as normal. He had a good lunch, played games, ate dessert and had a pinata for the kids.


While in Utah we had a birthday party for Morgan. We ate waffles with butter syrup, maple syrup, strawberry stuff and whipped cream. Cheyenne also made a triple chocolate cake that was DELICIOUS!
Later E and J got to go to a "Milk and Cookies" party for all the not-in-school kids. They had a great time and couldn't believe they could eat all the sweets they wanted.

Friday, December 3, 2010

Fun in Utah

Movie night at Grandma's - watching How to Train Your Dragon

Playing with new Toys

BYU Football game!

Eli, Beth and Wade

The Game

Cold, but Fun!

Sweet sleeping boys


Thursday, December 2, 2010

On Our Way to Utah

Josh trying to watch a movie.

Eli trying to watch a movie.

Melissa driving. (I didn't do this very often, Morgan was the big driver for our trip.- as usual)

Having fun.

Rest stop.

Playing aroung

Yummy ice cream!

Two videos - one of the boys playing at a rest stop, and the other of the boys watching home movies of themselves.

Squirt Guns

Eli has been asking for a water gun for ages. Shannon and Kyle got one for he and Joshua when they were playing with them one day and the boys loved them! The would fill them with water then squirt all the leaves on the grass. They even took them into the bath a couple of times to play with. Great little toys!

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

HALLOWEEN (I'm not late!)

Eli dressed as Lightening McQueen this year and Josh was a Zebra. (We even looked online to find out what a zebra says, it is something like a bark, strangely enough.)