Monday, June 30, 2008

Sunday, June 29, 2008

Friday, June 27, 2008

Friday Night Celebration

It's been a while since we've party it up at Costco! The boys love wearing their hats backwards which really cracks us up. Gage was so funny swingin' back his bottle! They loved the pizza and churros!

The Draper Park added some new equipment for toddlers. Gage loved the new train whistle and Gavin of course loved any dog!

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Bunko - Aimee's B-Day

The last Thursday of the month is Bunko with the girls at SunCrest. We had a great time together and were able to celebrate Aimee's 35th B-Day.

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

For Sale

It's finally true...our home is for sale and we are one step closer to California! Ken put together a great website on the house...if you know anyone interested in buying a home in Draper, Utah...let them know about Ken's masterpiece!

Sunday, June 22, 2008


The "real" twins of the family aren't Gage &, it would be Gage & Ken! Do they not look so very much alike? Ken took Gage to church today and I stayed home with Gavin who has a cold. It was hard for me to let them go without me. I was so happy when they got home and I heard that Gage did well in Nursery...even without Gavin. But he did have his "real" twin with him!

Saturday, June 21, 2008

1st Place Winners!!!

The boys won 1st place in the multiples division of the Baby Contest for the American Freedom Festival in Provo, Utah. I have to say...I'm shocked! We passed identical girls going in and they were darling. They had crystal blue eyes and dimples on their chins...I thought we were toast. But the boys really brought their A game and entertained the judges! Grandma helped pick out their clothes and made sure they looked perfect. She also had the great idea of having them wear their squeaky shoes and to give them pin wheels. It worked! They stomped, danced and waved! Gavin opened with a quick "Hi" and a wave...he was a favorite with the photographer. Gage batted his pretty blue eyes and beautiful eyelashes! They really were so cute for those 5 minutes. The rest of the day they were terrors! They had no nap, it was scorching hot, they really didn't eat and I ran out of milk. The event was long and by the time it was their turn to take the stage it was melt down city! The babies didn't want to wear their Grandma and I wore them...we really did earn them!