November 11, 2009

So You Think You Can Dance!

Two of my gorgeous sisters and me at the So You Think You Can Dance tour in Salt Lake. Um. . . it was the best thing I have ever seen! Eight of the girls in my family went; Mom, Nicole, Brooke, Brittnee, Tara, Devanee, Melissa (my brother Nathan's fiancee), and me. It was so good to get away and do something fun. Garret and Brock watched the kids. Thanks guys. We had the best time together. It was absolutely amazing! This is me, Brooke, and Brittnee waiting for it to start. Good opportunity to get some fun pics.
Brittnee, Tara, Brooke, and me.
A shot of the stage. We were up pretty high, but we could see everything really well.
Me, Devanee, Melissa, and Nicole.

Thanks to all of my family for making the effort to be there. It was the chance of a lifetime and I'm so glad we did it. I love you all!
Garret's birthday was on Nov 8th. We celebrated it with his parents at their home in Shelley. I hope you had a happy birthday, honey. I love you.
I had to get out of the house one day, so Garret took us to the greenbelt in IF. I look like I just woke up, but I had to get some pics anyway. It was such a nice day. . . one of the last ones we'll have.

Kamden hanging out on my bed.

After church at grandma and grandpa Cook's house. He looks so handsome in his Sunday best.
Jaida got a new outfit from her aunt Kasey. So cute! Thanks again, Kasey.

November 10, 2009


For Halloween this year we went to my parents house for our annual party. Before the party, we went trick-or-treating with Brittnee and Adam. It was so cute. Jaida had no idea what was going on. She wanted to hold the candy in her hands. Why the heck were people putting candy in her bucket? The pumpkin bucket was the bribe to get her to put her costume on. After the first few houses she figured out that this wasn't so bad and was the first one up the steps to the door. I looked at it through her eyes and realized what a strange tradition it is...knock on doors and get candy? Kamden slept in the car the whole time. He made a cute little football!
Jaida was a rag doll. I'm surprised she left the hair and hat on for as long as she did.

She looked so big walking around the parking lot. She had a death grip on that smartie in her hand. It was the first piece of candy given to her. She took it out of the bucket and wouldn't put it back.

Getting a little shut-eye before the party.
Why are beanie's so cute on boys?
I carved this pumpkin in young women's and gave it to Jaida. She thought that was the coolest thing ever. A little scary. . . but still cool!

Kamden sat like that by his grandpa Cook for a really long time. They were watching baseball so of course I had to get a picture.

At Kam's two month check-up he was a mere 14 pounds and 24 inches long. Not a little guy by any means. He is so squishy and just melts in my arms. I love my sweet son!