Nathaniel

Happy Halloween!

I love taking the babies to Gardener Village to take picture of them in their cute Halloween Costumes. This year I decided just to take the kiddos that aren’t in school (at least, at school all day) so I didn’t have to fight crowds. The older kids don’t need cutesy pictures in their costumes anyway.…

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Nathaniel Grey

I found this fun scale at a garage sale and knew it would be a great photography prop. Check out how cute these pics are of Nate.

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Nathaniel Grey’s First Birthday!

Nate celebrated his first birthday on the same day Calvin was baptized. After the baptism we came home and had a fun family party for him. I don’t think he understood quite what all the fuss was about, but he was happy to be the center of attention. Some things about Nate at his first…

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Oh, Zion!

In celebration of Calvin and Nate’s birthday’s we decided to head downtown for some fun family activities. First on our list was Hike Ensign Peak. It’s been on our Summer Activities list all summer, and we figured it would be an easy climb for our kids who are used to hiking. But we also recognized…

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Nate’s First Food

Natey Nate has had a lot of firsts the past month – First rolling over (in Cancun) First teeth (two front bottom teeth came in the Sunday before we left for Cancun First foods! Yes, Natey got his first taste of smooshed bananas and apples.  

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A&W Go To Cancun

For a work-trip Wyatt and I went to Cancun. We’ve never been there. It was fun.         DAY 4 – THE ONLY DAY OF ANY REAL ADVENTURE After 3 days of going around with people from the office, and kinda keeping our heads low, allowing others ideas of activities to take the…

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Something I learned from my children this Halloween

The weekend after Halloween was a sugary hangover of bliss. Candy and wrappers were everywhere, and everyone was jovial. But one thing that struck me was the generosity of my children. “Mom, have this!” they would exclaim, shoving a full sized candy bar onto my lap. “Oh no, sweetie, you have it.” I would tell…

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