Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Lincoln is Home

And yes ladies and gentlemen he is as goofy as ever! Tuesday we got to pick Lincoln up from the airport coming home from his mission to Santiago Chille. I was actually quite pleasantly surprised that our little goofy Lincoln is now just a bigger version of his same goofy self. I was expecting him to be all grown up but "NEVER" he would say. He did have some trouble remembering some english words which I thought was totaly hilarious and adorable. He doesn't have an accent though he said there were lots of Gringos down there to talk to. Keep the english in his head. But yes ladies he is alive and well and now on the meat market. I am actually very curious to see what kind of crazy wonderful girl it will take to love my adorable goofy little brother. We shall see....

So his flight came in 10 min early so I didn't quite get time to fininsh coloring in the O on welcome. I think he still enjoyed the gesture. It's really the thought that counts right...
Raggity Lincoln. His suit had holes all over in it and his pants pocket had a huge poorly done patch on the back pocket. Lincoln... it's time to burn your suit. =)
Lincoln and Jace finally got to meet eachother. He got lots of pictures by email but things are always better in person. I think Jace likes his Uncle.
Hurray for Lincoln we are so happy to have you home.

Saturday, June 13, 2009

My Little Drummer Boy

Yeah Man!
So we had our Rock band set out for a party I had for the kids in my sunday school class and Jace could not get enough of the drums. He saw a few of the kids in my class play and had to join in the fun. We tried to get him to play a song but... Well he is only 14 months old. He loved it
Mommy where's my other stick?

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

D-Backs Game

I am very pleased to announce that we finally have at least one of our computers up and running again. We got our desktop back on track after some expert help from Steven's step-brother Kirk Thank you Kirk. I can't tell you how frustrating it is to try to do something on an incredibly ancient and incredible slow computer that should take you about 10 minutes but it ends up taking an hour because I have to wait 5 minutes for everything to load. Even the start window takes for ever to load on that old thing. So hurray for technology and hurray for having my wonderful fast computer back. And with a better computer comes more blog posts so everyone wins.

So this past friday my wonderful dad decided we needed to have some quality family time together and what better way to do that than at a D-Backs baseball game. I have to admit Steven has tried to convince me to go to baseball games with him before and i'm not one to jump at the chance to go. I just don't enjoy baseball for the game its self like he does but... if the right people are going I'm totally on board.

Dad and Diane
Dallas and Natalie
Cameron and Alma
The Raisors
We had my Dad, Diane, Cameron and his wife Alma, Dallas and Natalie and Steven Jace and I. It was really fun even though I spent the majority of the game trying to wrestle with the 14 month old. We actually ended up going down to a little play yard they had there for the little kids to get some of his energy out he was much better for us after that.

Unfortunately even with our Rally caps on and everything the D-backs lost terribly 10-6 to the Braves and even more sad was they couldn't do the fireworks show. I guess it had something to do with high winds or some other sort of baloney. Oh well though the whole experience was fun and we'd love to do it again.
Mommy and JaceKisses for Daddy
Thank you for taking me to the game daddy =)