Tuesday, April 20, 2010

I am loving being home!

I don't know how I am supposed to go back to work! Look at this face!? I am so loving and enjoying being home right now. I know I took it for granted the whole time I got to stay home with my babies and it didn't matter weather or not you were showered and put make up on! I am staring down the barrel of only a couple of weeks left! What will I do!?? Any way, while I try and negotiate myself out of working ever again, here are some pictures I took of Addison this morning. She is fun, and continues to wake up around 2:30 or 3 am to see her mother and oh yea, eat!
Hailey is doing good, despite her trying to get out of going to school each day. She is so smart and LOVES homework, but isn't a fan of being dropped off at kindergarten! McKenzie is still a huge help and will start pre-school in August if I can get her to leave my side that is. Shon is doing good, working hard and going to school. He goes to Utah this weekend to pick up his mom and move her down here! Yea! He is also going to watch her graduate with her masters from BYU!! She is amazing and has accomplished so much, we are all so proud! I will miss his set of arms this weekend with the 3 girls on my own for 4 days! Lets hope I make it!

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Some Recent Pics.

Here is McKenzie feeding her sister, she is a lifesaver sometimes. I can always count on Bid to hold the bottle for me while I put together Hailey's lunch!
Yea, Addy is smiling at us! Makes it all worth while!
Daddy was messing with her, she looks confused.

This little purchase has been a lifesaver lately. Hands free baby!

Monday, April 5, 2010

A little bit of Easter

My adorable niece enjoying some M & M's at the Egg hunt.
The girls searching for eggs!

Easter Morning, Easter Baskets!

This cute little man is my nephew eating cake on his birthday! Just turned 3 and was a bit ashamed at his indulgence.

Addy is starting to smile at us!! It's so much fun, and she is a sweet baby!

The smiles, however, are quick and unpredictable, so they are hard to capture on film.