Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Then we bobbed for apples. I say "we", but I was busy taking pictures so I excused myself. I think this was the game Mack was looking forward to the most. He had played it at his Grandma Karen's party and had success and could wait to try again.
I should be wrapping presents and mailing out Christmas cards, but I am months behind on posting and everyone is still sleeping so I thought I should do a little catching up. On a beautiful day in Oct, Tyler and Mack went and climbed a mountain so the rest of us went off to near by pumpkin farms. I love having the grandsons close enough to have outings like this. I wish the rest of the babies were close by too.
Henry used his climbing stills to concur giant pumpkins. I tried all day to get him to look at the camera but had no luck.
Wally was another story, he knew every time the camera came out. He was his normal perfect self all day and sat happy just enjoying the ride.
There were corn mazes, tractor rides, cow trains, pony rides and yummy treats. We couldn't get Henry to go on any of the rides this year. He mostly liked watching the chickens and just exploreing the pumpkins.
Pumpkin inspecting can be very serious business
For Wally I think the day was just another photo opportunity.
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
|Kim's 50th surprise birthday party|
So I will answer that question, the greatest husband and dad ever. He is known for his plaid shirts, great laugh and big smile. He's the best skier on the slopes, a fan of F1 and any team his kids play on.
|with Karly at BYU-I|
|Kyle and Kim at the Ballard Locks Salomon ladder|
|Holding Kloe's prize pig|
|Kyle and Megan at the Ballard Locks|
|Kyle and Megan at Lake Shasta|
|Harbor Point Ward Building|