Tuesday, September 30, 2008

A Dream Come True

Andrew talks in his sleep about being a working dad. "A working dad is a dad that works and builds and fixes stuff." He loves going over to Brother Asbury's house to help him on the backhoe. We've had many conversations about why we can't get one for our house. He's still holding out that one day we might get one.

Monday, September 29, 2008

Personal Progress

This is a little spot light on Meagan. What a girl! Between Grandma Kathy and I, she learned how to make a patch work quilt from the very beginning to the end. She did most of it herself until it was time to quilt. Then thanks to Grandma and yes, Grandpa Doug too, the quilt was finally finished. She's still trying to add up the hours it took to make this quilt. I think over 75 hours. Now her blue & brown themed room looks complete. She quilted her boyfriends name in one of the squares. Edward Cullen. Any Twilight lovers out there?

Sunday, September 28, 2008

Lovely Sabbath Days

I love Sundays. So peaceful and restful. The children always end up playing games in the living room because it still only has two chairs and a piano . Plenty of room for Peter's favorite games, ring-around-the-rosie, London Bridges, and 1,2,3, go!

Sacrament Meeting was very entertaining today. It was the Primary presentation today. The Sunbeams stole the show once again. They were so cute. Andrew remembered most of his part. Addie played a song on her violin with the darling Wolfgramm family singing along. She played perfectly.

Pictures taken in February of Addie & Peter

Friday, September 26, 2008

Starting something new

I'm finally achieving one of my goals for the year by starting this family blog. I've always been terrible at journal writing. To make matters worse I don't have a very good memory (which can actually be a good thing sometimes). I hope blogging about what's going on with our family from week to week will be fun to look back on one day and help us remember how good we have it.

"The palest ink is better than the best memory. " Chinese proverb