Friday, October 31, 2008

My baby girl Chloe turned three Tuesday, so I took the day off, and declared her birthday a holiday. Except we went to Chuck E. Cheese, which for me was like a day in jail, or worse. But Chloe loved it, and I guess that's what's important, right?
She is my baby doll from heaven.

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Took a trip to the Pumpkin Patch this afternoon, and got a couple of photos. I am thrilled that Chloe is finally smiling when I ask her to, no small feat for the past couple of years. I had to trick her to get a smile shot. Caleb was sick this past weekend, but rallied enough to go with us. What am I saying- he had to go because Annette is out of town with the Wayne Show, and the cats weren't up to babysitting.

Connor and I went to see Mac King at Harrah's on a Friday afternoon a week or so ago, and had a great time. I had never seen Connor so excited- we had front row, aisle seats. Connor saw all the tricks close-up, and we were entertained. I was har-de-har-harring at all the juvenile innuendo in his act that was flying over Connor's head (Sir, did you just feel the first card jump into your pants pocket? No? How about the second card? Sir, did you just feel number two drop in your pants?) Mac King is a nice guy, and has a really pretty good show.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

I made this last week in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of my high school, Yuma High in Yuma, Arizona. I am proud to be a Criminal! Let me know what you think of my story... I really enjoyed making it.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Connor sang in our Gospel Service last Sunday morning, and really did a great job with the old classic "It Is no Secret (What God Can Do)." Sure wish my dad was still here- he would have been so pleased, and so proud of Connor...

Thursday, October 02, 2008

My nickname for Chloe is Babiness (Baby-ness). It's a combination of baby, happiness, and princess. She is all of those to me...

Wednesday, October 01, 2008

This is a good looking kid! My baby, Caleb, will turn two in January... where does the time go?