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Sweet, funny, a hardworker, loving, kind and a good friend to anyone he meets. He will make you laugh and then say "what? What I say? What I do?" He's a very funny boy!


Sweet, calm, friendly, kind and loving. He will do whatever he can to make you happy, and strives to be a the best person he can.

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Best Friends!
Aren't they cute? I love that they are such good friends. They don't fight very often and love to play together. This year they are in the same class in school. We were a little worried at first, but they have done so well. Their teacher on the other hand, not doing so well. Jayce and Alek like to wear the same thing to see how much they can get away with. She has only figured it out a few times. They think it is hilarious! I can't blame them. If I had an identical I would probably do the same thing. By the way "the identical's" is what they call themselves.


Just a little tribute to Twilight.
I had the opportunity to drive
to Salt Lake to watch the
premiere of Twilight with my
friend Sara, my Mom and Dad,
my brother James and his wife
Jerrica, and my sisters Mari
Aly, and Amy.
It was fun to spend time with
family and friends and watch
the movie.
it was super dooper fun and I
can't wait for the second movie!

Thursday, May 29, 2008

The two most amazing boys you will ever meet.
Jayce and Alek are so funny. They come up with the strangest things. When we visited the swinging bridge we went outside of Utah very briefly. The boys were totally fascinated that we left Utah. They kept going on and on about it. On our way back into Utah it all became clear to me when the boys insisted we get a picture of them in front of the "Welcome to Utah" sign as proof of them re-entering the "country". It makes me wonder what they think when we go to California?
I am not sure how this happened, but not only did I get one picture of Grant, I got two. AND he is smiling. I have since tried to get another, but have been unsuccesful.
I will continue to try. Who knows, fourteen years from now I may get lucky again!

I love this picture of "the man". The only thing I don't like is that he is standing on a 300 ft cliff. I think that may be why is smiling. He knew I was freaking out, and he loved watching me squirm.

Wednesday, April 9, 2008

The Swinging Bridge
The swinging bridge is suspended about 100 feet above the Green River. It has wooden planks connected to one another and metal cables hooked to the rocks to keep the bridge suspended.
Grant and Alek were brave enough to drive across it first. The bridge squeaks and sways as you drive across.
Check it out!
You might have to turn your computer. I couldn't get it to rotate. Sorry!

And then they made me go. SCARY!!!!

Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Our new home...
It's a bit of a fixer upper, but we got an awesome deal.

It comes with a guest house! I think you will really like it mom.

Merry Christmas!!!

So the count down has started. Every morning my kids remind me how many days are left until Christmas. As of today we are down to fifteen. We have enjoyed the Christmas season so far. December 1st we brought out all our decorations and transfigured our home into a winter wonderland. Jayce and Alek got to decorate the tree all by themselves this year while Grant and I went to the temple. The front of the tree is gorgeous. But the back, well it is barren. Alek said he didn't want to waist any of the decorations on the back of the tree where no one could see them. He's got at point!