Friday, December 31, 2010

Elder Dog

So, when my brother left for his mission in July, he gave Jared a blue stuffed dog. Park had this dog for a long time; I remembered it when we were growing up. So, it's old. Jared named him 'Elder Dog' after the missionary uncle who gave it to him.

The week of Christmas, Elder Dog got a hole in his neck while taking a ride in the washer and dryer. Jared was really distrought. I really didn't think Jared had any attachments to this dog until he was absent from the crib. Every night while getting ready for bed, Jared asked about Elder Dog, "Mama, where Elder Dog go?" Since we were busy with Christmas, I didn't get a chance to fix him until yesterday. When Jared saw Elder Dog all better, you would have thought two long lost friends were reuniting--- in his eyes I guess they were. It was so cute, I took a picture.


I need to send this picture to Elder Dog's previous owner. I think he should know the dog is loved. :)

Christmas 2010

So, now we're caught up to Christmas Eve and Christmas....



Christmas Eve
A month ago, while hanging out with our friends we realized all of us were staying in town and had no relatives coming in town. We remember the mixed emotions of last year, so we really wanted to show our friends just how fantastic it is to have your own family Christmas. We decided to host a Christmas Eve get together at our house.

Consequently, we spent most of Christmas Eve making food for the get-together or cleaning the house so the three pregnant women coming wouldn't gag and storm out due to nausea. We made: three kinds of cookies, jello casserole (no shredded veggies included), Muddie Buddies, chocolate-cover pretzels and a Pumpkin Trifle. We made the Muddy Buddies for Santa's special treat. We figured Santa gets a lot of cookies, so why not give him something a little different at our house. Jared kept sing-song saying 'making santa's special treat,' it was so cute how excited he was that Christmas was tomorrow.

When it came to party time, all of the women began to realize we made way too much food. We had 10 adults and 8 kiddos (under 5, might I add) in the house and we probably made enough food to feed 10 more adults. Nothing, I repeat, nothing got finished. Everything was fantastic.

The company was even better than the food. We sat and talked, disfused a few kiddo situations, and laughed at the White Elephant exchange. We are really blessed to have such great friends. Unfortunately, since we had so much fun, we forgot to take pictures. I took one during the White Elephant, when the kiddos became excited at the prospect of presents.

After the party, we calmed down a little and the kiddos opened their Christmas Eve presents. This year was a little different because we let them open two presents. They had their jammies (which I made) and they opened their matching Mickeys from the California grandparents (we figured Mickey would get more use if he was able to sleep in their cribs). Mommy and Daddy even got matching candy cane jammy pants (Jared picked them out all by his self). Then we watch a movie about Jesus Christ (every time Jared saw Jesus he was exclaimed 'momma/daddy look Jesus/baby Jesus). Then we prepared for Santa's arrival by leaving out milk, snacks, and a little note.

After the kiddos hit the sack, we set up a few things like our new web cam (present from Oba and Jiji) so we could Skype during present time.

Christmas
At 630am, Greg and I were wide-awake and couldn't get back to sleep. We were both excited to see the kids' reactions that Christmas was finally here. So, we hopped out of bed and went off to make the Monkey Bread (Christmas tradition). At 715, we heard Annabelle and decided it was time to start. We got the kids up and Jared came down with Greg and said, "Merwee Kimmas!" and then said this...



So, we skyped the Seattle crew (530 their time) and opened presents in front of each other. It was a lot of fun. It was fantastic to see each others' reactions, even though we weren't actually together. We actually spent most of the day skypeing with family... we've finally joined the rest of the world, I know. The only problem is now we can't really pretend to pay attention now. ;)

We all got something we weren't expecting... I even got the crafting machine I've been wanting since last Christmas. The kiddos big gift this year was a play Kitchen! Santa had it tucked away for a long time because he got an amazing deal in the fall. It was a good choice. They spent most of the day playing with it.

Another highlight of the day was being able to talk to my little brother whose on a mission. My folks were able to conference us in and it was awesome to hear him and hear how excited he is about the work he's doing. Luckily, we even got Jared to say hi and Merry Christmas. We all held it together until it was time to say goodbye; everyone needed a tissue from the held-back tears after Elder Jackson hung up. The rest of the day was spent trying to clean up the mess of our living room (check the pictures), relaxing and playing with the new gadgets. That night, we had the neighbor crew over to dig into some of the leftover desserts from the night before.

As a result of skype, I didn't take as many pictures as I wanted to, but we made a lot of memories. It was a great Christmas at home spending time with each other. We are certainly grateful for the blessing we've been given, but we are most grateful for Jesus Christ and His everlasting atonement. Without Him, we would have nothing to celebrate. He is the reason we have each other, this world, and eternity.

Merry Christmas!

Thursday, December 30, 2010

Days Before Christmas: The Editorial

Christmas week was so crazy, but a lot of fun! Jared was really into the Christmas season this year, in fact, he continues to tell us 'kimmas over.' It must have left an inpression on him. Here's a rundown of our week:

Wednesday night: The night we went Christmas light hunting. We tried the temple first, but it just a little nativity display. Cute Jared story: We asked Jared if he was going to get married in the temple one day like Mommy and Daddy and he said yes. Greg then asked him if he like girls and said 'girls gross daddy.' Oh man, Jared's going to be the little boy who pulls girls' hair to show just how much he likes them... I can see it now... Anywho, since the temple display was modest, we decided to google search Christmas lights in SA and found a city on the east side called Windcrest. Their Christmas lights are so famous that the city's nickname is the 'City of Lights.' I guess you'd call that a good sign. So, off we went. The only bummer about the night was waiting in the line of cars to get to the house who had their lights timed to music. Jared and Belle both pointed to the lights. Jared kept saying 'kimmas lights' 'santa' 'frotee'... you get the picture... he was excited. They both were up way passed their bedtime and passed out on the way home. Good night.

Thursday: This was zoo day. Greg had the day off, so we invited some friends, whose Daddy also had the day off and away we went. This shouldn't surprise anyone, but Jared has that place memorized. He knew exactly what animals were where and kept telling us if we tried to skip things. For example, we didn't feed the goats or birds this time because it was the wrong time of day, so we had to keep reminding Jared about the snakes and alligators in order to get him to forget about the other animals. In the toddler part of the zoo, the kids really love the aquarium. Annabelle was standing and pointing at animals the way Jared did when we took him for his first birthday... I think I even have a picture comparison to do soon. It was a perfect day to go to the zoo because people were out of town or not off work and the construction is finally done. We've got a few more zoo trips to do before our passes expire in March. :)

Next up... Christmas Eve and Christmas!

The Days Before Christmas

T'was the days before Christmas and our house was busy...
getting ready for the day which sends people in a tizzy.
As Christmas drew closer, we took each day,
to remember the Christmas spirit in our own way.

We made cookies, truffles, chocolate-covered pretzels, and more...tons of handmade gifts not found at the store.
Next, to the ward breakfast party we went
enjoying the company, music, and food was time well spent.
In between each outing, we took a few nap or two,and started new traditions to make sure our Christmas wasn't blue.

One cold night, we searched high and low
to find Christmas light with an award-winning glow.

Another day, it will not surprise a reader or two
to find out, we spent it at the zoo!

We said 'Merry Christmas' to our special friends,
to spread joy, laughter and noise that just never ends.
Throughout it all we tried to give, not receive,
to keep the spirit of the babe born that first Christmas Eve.
Jesus Christ is the reason we have all our gifts,
so remember Him and to have the Spirit which lifts.

It was a whirlwind season, and went by so fast,
and we were certainly glad to have Christmas at last!

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

A little late...

but... Merry Christmas everyone!


I'll post about our awesomely fantastic crazy Christmas weekend soon but right now I need to go rescue no longer napping kiddos...

Yes... I know I have a cheesy grin... Jared has it too.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Friday Video (x 3): Walking, Talking and Christmas Songs

So--- I know I've been slacking with posting Friday Videos, but in my defense, the videos from our camera stopped loading to YouTube with their sound. So, I've started just taking video with my phone and I keep forgetting to upload the newest ones... I know excuses... excuses.... without further ado...

This video is of Jared singing and Annabelle walking. She shows off her skills by wandering around, and even grabbing some leftover breakfast. :) They also show their fascination with the Christmas Tree.



Annabelle has a bunch of words under her belt. It's so cute to hear her talk, but, at the same time, I'm having a hard time with it because she's growing up. She likes to say: Dada, Mama (only when mad), Jaja (Jared), singing 'dirty diaper on the stinking girl,' roar for a dinosaur noise, choo choo for train, kiss noise (she gives them now too), nose, num num (food), sh is shoe, and she recognizes a bunch more. This is her talking to me at lunch time:



Since Christmas season started, we've been teaching Jared some Christmas songs. I'm pretty sure they also do them in nursery because he knows them so well. In this video, from today, he sings his three favorites, "Jingle Bells," "Frosty the Snowman," and "Rudolph." He totally knows if you sing them incorrectly too, for instance Barenaked Ladies sings the Batman version of Jingle Bells on their Christmas CD and Jared CRACKS UP every time he hears it. It's so funny.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

So Far...

December has been great. We've been doing fun Christmas activities every day and I've been attempting to knock something off of my Christmas To-Do list every day. The only major thing I really have to do now is make the kiddos Christmas jammie pants. Not too shabby.

Jared loves counting down the days until Christmas and doing all the little advent things we have around the house. He's even learned a few Christmas songs (I know, video is needed).

I've got more stories to tell, but not a lot of time, so a few pictures will have to suffice for right now.

While getting ready for the day, Jared spotted Greg's slippers and he put them on before I could get him redressed. Hence the reason he's in his nightly pull-up.

Ready for church and looking so grown up!

Annabelle got a little baby Belle doll for her birthday and she loves her! She's even figured out how to feed her...
and take her for rides. Oh so cute, I can't believe she's so big. She's a full-fledged walker and has a few words under her belt, but that's another post. :)
Mema and Deda brought Jared some pretty cool dinosaur puzzles when they came down. He's got the picture memorized now, so he was able to do all four without help. He was pretty proud of himself.
I've got more where this came from (including video) so, pray for fast sewing hands so I can blog some more. :)

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Holiday Riverwalk



We had lots of fun with MeMa and DeDa during their week long visit. The kiddos were showered with extra attention, love, play time, and goodies! Greg and I didn't bathe our kiddos once while they were here! And we went on a couple dates too (BEYOND excited for HP7 part 2 during my birthday week next year)!

Jared especially loved this dinosaur puzzle box. He loved to bring them down on the floor and build with MeMa or DeDa. Both kiddos also showed their grandparents just how much they love to read, every day, multiple times a day.

The last night of their visit, we took them downtown to see the Christmas lights on the Riverwalk. From our experience {last year} I was really nervous to fight Christmas crowds, but I had nothing to worry about. Seriously, Texas friends, if you want to visit the Riverwalk at Christmas go the Monday after Thanksgiving. Apparently, early in the week is usually a good bet. Since MeMa and DeDa hadn't seen the lights, we went on a night boat ride. It was a fun experience to have and see the lights from a different perspective (even if some of them weren't turned on yet).

Every time we go down to the Riverwalk I get this feeling of overwhelming gratitude of living where we do. It's perfect for our little family. Yes, it is further away from family than one would hope for, but this is our home. We are where we should be, now if I could get that peaceful feeling in every other aspect of our lives... :)

Thanks for the visit, MeMa & DeDa! We can't wait to visit y'all in January!

Lost Maples Black Friday



The whole crew from Thanksgiving (minus the missionaries--obviously) went up to Lost Maples Natural Area on Black Friday. We already have Christmas pretty much done and we didn't want to fight the crazy crowds, so when we got the invite from the Hedges to go hiking--- it sounded great!

Obviously, with two babies, two toddlers, and a pregnant lady, it wasn't very intense or long. We just enjoyed each others' company and the beautiful world around us. In our car, the kiddos watched movies and Christmas sing-a-longs during the drive. And once we got there, we feasted on the rest of the turkey and rolls with turkey sandwiches.

Three of the four kiddos had carriers (I found Annabelle's at a consignment sale a few months ago and have since convinced Greg of its usefulness). Jared spent most of his time on numerous shoulders and walking next to me. Mr. Independent even wanted to cross the river passages all by himself (with a little help from Mama). We also played Superman/Rocketship across the larger rocky passages. I was amazed that my klutziness didn't prevail during those moments. Jared also really liked this puddle which had a slew of new tadpoles in it. This whole time, Annabelle was great (go figure). She tried to twist around a few times and had lots of smiles for everyone. When someone else had Jared, I back and forth from her to get her to giggle. So cute.

Like I said, we didn't get very far, but it was a lot of fun. We even talked about making this a tradition on Black Friday when we're all in town. Sign me up for that!

Thanksgiving



In the weeks leading up to Turkey Day, us neighborhood gals realized that we were all planning personal Thanksgivings within walking distance of each other, so we decided to combine it all and have one big neighborhood Thanksgiving. (That plus we didn't want Kim to do more than she needed to since she's in her Third Trimester). ;) So, a few weeks before we had a planning meeting and split up the menu to keep stress to a minimum.

We had a total of 12 adults, two 2-yr-olds, and two 1-yr-olds. It ended up working great! We had all of the yummy Thanksgiving staples, including homemade rolls & pies, delicious yams and stuffing and deep-fried bird! After getting the deep-fryer last year, we were all over the turkey. Most at our get-together had never tried deep-fried Turkey before.

The missionaries came over and had us all talk about what we were thankful for. Listening to what everyone had to say reminded me just how grateful I am for my family, but also the amazing friends that we have made here. It truly feels like home. I also thought about Parker and the incredible sacrifice he's making to serve the Lord and further the gospel. Of course, when it got to my turn to share, I got emotional thinking about all of these things. It's times like those I wish I could control my emotions a little bit better.

After dinner, we sat around (which MeMa did dishes--- how amazing is that?), digested, talked, played a little Mario Kart and just enjoyed each other. It was nice ending to a fun day. I hope we are able to show our children just how important it is to be grateful for what we've been given.

*yay for Rachel and Kim taking pictures because I took two... maybe...*

Monday, November 29, 2010

Toddler Property Laws

We're having lots of fun with MeMa and DeDa and I'll have a lot to post (which I will hopefully get done sometime soon), but in the meantime...

I know a lot of y'all have toddlers out there, so I thought I'd share something my MIL sent me... it is so true...

1. If I like it, it's mine.
2. If it's in my hand, it's mine.
3. If I can take it from you, it's mine.
4. If I had it a little while ago, it's mine.
5. If it's mine, it must never appear to be yours in any way.
6. If I am doing or building something, all the pieces are mine.
7. If it looks like mine, it is mine.
8. If I saw it first, it's mine.
9. If you are playing with something and you put it down, it
automatically becomes mine.
10. If it's broken, it's yours!

Friday, November 26, 2010

Gratitude Turkey 2010

Here's what we were grateful for this time around:

Greg: Mommy, chocolate & peanut butter, wipes, helping hands, french fries, airplanes, blankets, support staff, D&C, Annabelle & Jared, veterans, lunch dates, cake, surprises, plates, pomegranates, family, email, testimony, Book of Mormon, Teachers (as in the boys), texting, steel toed shoes, good job
Amber: Family time, democracy, Daddy, friends, gospel, ear plugs, phones, doctors, simple solutions, Annabelle & Jared, technology, audio scriptures, good music, jackets, strollers, dishwasher, portable DVD player, simple pleasures, Netflix, Saturdays, Tithing, Deals, clean house, personal revelation
Jared: Jesus & Heavenly Father*, Tylenol, fruit snacks, animals, Pixar, booms!*, potty time, Caleb, play time, Annabelle, mommy's phone, missionaries, Gramma, pb & j, warm hats, muppets, funny noises, dinosaurs, airplanes, Daddy & Mommy, singing time, finger paints, good food, grandparents
Annabelle**: teeth, monkeys, hair bands, strollers, Daddy, chocolate milk, puffs, fruit, lil' stuffed monkey, my birthday, amoxicillin, new shoes, Gramma, goldfish crackers, warm blankets, bananas, noodles, Jared, helicopters, chocolate & pb, noise makers, water, peek-a-boo, visitors

Happy day-after-Thanksgiving!

*No kidding, we asked him what makes him happy and he said "Heavenly Father and Jesus." The problem came in later days when that's all he would say when we asked for that day. :)

*This was the day of the air show :)

**These are observations from the rest of the family, since Belle can't really tell us what she's grateful for yet.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Jared the Photographer

Last week, while taking my millionth picture of the kiddos, Jared asked if he could try to take a picture. I believe his exact words were 'mommy, Jared take picter pleeeze.' So I let him and here's his work.

I was making faces at Annabelle.

See...

and a cute one...
Jared's first self-portrait (and we do brush his teeth... this was just after breakfast)
His second self-portrait.
Maybe I should sign him up for a class? :)

Sunday, November 21, 2010

A Very Hungry Caterpillar

For her birthday, Annabelle got a 10-ft long GIANT stuffed caterpillar from her Gramma.

Don't believe me? Here's the proof:
She and Jared both LOVE the thing! The last couple of weeks it's been downstairs for the kids to play with and wrestle on.
They particularly love to roll on the thing.

Personally, I think it's pretty cool, but I have no idea how she's going to explain this to her future husband. :)

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Little Things

Here's some funny random moments from the month... so far...

They both like Mickey Mouse and I wanted to take a picture to prove it.
Annabelle fell asleep on the floor the week after Daylight Savings... she was still getting used to the change.

One day after lunch, she started playing peek-a-boo with me using her bowl... she looked funny enough to capture.

We had a lunch date with Daddy a couple weeks ago and we're thinking it should be a normal thing. Jared was so excited on the way to Daddy's work that he was laughing; and not just any laugh the 'hoo hoo' excited laugh. I have no idea where he learned that from.
Annabelle is taking more steps each day. She's really good at standing, but I haven't got the steps yet... here's a fashion shot. I love her shirt!
One morning we watched Cat in the Hat talk to Snails about their shell protection. Later that day, Jared started walking around the playroom with the tub on his back saying he was a snail. I HAD to take a picture.
Pretty girl all ready for church.
Super Batman... need I say more?

One day, Jared took a blanket and put in on his car. Annabelle crawled over there (cause that looked funny) and they started playing peek-a-boo (she's really into that right now). I wish I would have taken a video instead of pictures.

Annabelle is ONE: Part Two



Since Annabelle wasn't feeling great on her birthday AND I didn't get a chance to make a cake AND Gramma came down for the Saturday, we decided to have more birthday celebrations on Saturday. So, where do we take visitors first? THE ZOO! You'd think the kiddos would be sick of it, but NO!

Over the last few months, we've noticed Annabelle really liking monkeys. She has this one monkey (that was actually a gift from when Jared was born) that she LOVES! On this trip to the zoo, we noticed how much she loves real monkeys too. She got all excited when one was just across the glass from her.

This time around Gramma, Mama, and Jared only ventured into the Lori's Landing and boy, I wish we didn't. After having a morning full of nectar, they are not very nice in the early afternoon. One particular bird tried first to eat my sunglasses, then my shirt and lastly my hand. Jared and Belle (through the fence) thought it was funny to see birdies on Mama, so at least we had that going for us.

Another giggle from this time around was the little kiddo area. Jared was able to fish, Annabelle bounced on the water bed and they both climbed into the prairie dog hole with their Daddy. (it's meant for kids 6 and under... not late twenties males :O. It was so funny to hear the moaning and groaning as he came in and out; like the good wife that I am, I got pictures.

That evening it was finally time for Birthday cake! The Hedges came over, we stripped and bibbed Annabelle and let the mess commence! Just like her brother, it got progressively worse. She started poking at it, until she realized it was chocolate, then she let off the brakes and went to town! As she continued it just got messier and more cute as she would rub her eyes or lick her fingers. Jared kept telling us that she was messy and would laugh--- what a cook!

We ended the celebration of our little girl by a hose-down in the bathtub. We're so grateful to have little Annabelle in our lives. She's even more awesome then she was a year ago (and she was a great baby)! We're definitely excited to see her grow into a little girl. :)

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Annabelle is ONE!!!



It's so hard to believe that she's already ONE!!! She's a hoot too! She's growing great--- still super tall for her age. She's walking more and more each day, but still prefers a good crawl. She also likes to sing and has a few words--- I've been trying to get it on video but, like my Pops mentioned, sound isn't loading, so I'm currently trying to fix that.

Her actual birthday was in the middle of the week this year, so we did a few days worth of celebrating. Her birthday was our normal playgroup day, so we suggested going to the zoo (surprise)! We had this all planned and she woke up with a fever the day before. Not a good birthday present! She seemed fine, disposition-wise, so we decided to still go to the zoo the next morning. At her 12 check-up the next day, we found out it was an ear infection.

It was our shortest visit, but it was still fun. Annabelle is now at the age where she's interested in the world around her. She really liked the animals this time around--- all except for the Lori's Landing. She DID NOT like the birds and them landing on us to eat. Jared, of course, loved every moment of the zoo. Although two times in two weeks without Greg was really hard. I say that and I'll probably do it again!

After zoo time, I tried to get them home to nap so I could make a cake--- that didn't happen! So, we had to put off cake until Saturday when Gramma would be there to enjoy it with us! However, she still opened presents and had birthday cookies! She was really into opening her presents and like a true girl got TWO pairs of shoes for her birthday! She loved one pair so much that she had to have them on at that moment (she kept bringing them to her feet and pointing for me). She spent the rest of the night with the shoes on! :)

Happy Birthday, Annabelle! We love you!

Monday, November 15, 2010

Playing Catch-Up

Last week was SUPER busy (go figure) so over the next few days, I'll do my best to play catch-up. Keep watching below for Zoo adventures, Air Shows, Annabelle's birthday and a visit from Gramma.

I may even throw a cute picture or two.... speaking of.... my awesomely fantastic friend, Kim, who's a frequently guest-adventurer with her family took {THIS} video of the boys and Belle last week when I had to run an errand.

OH SO CUTE!!!

Saturday, November 13, 2010

A Girl and Her Cake

I have a week of fun adventures to catch up on, but for now here's the birthday girl and all her glory...

Happy Birth-week to Annabelle!

Friday, November 12, 2010

Friday Video: Grooming Goats

The boys had a good time with the goats last week. This was the most calm Annabelle was during the time in the goat pen. She did not like being close to them and so I'm trying to convince her of their harmlessness at the end of the video.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Annual Air Show



The Saturday before Veteran's Day a local Air Force Base had an annual air show. Greg borrowed a couple heavy duty headphones from work and off we went!

We had a great time! We got there early in the morning, got through security and Jared was off (it was a good thing we had the monkey on his back!) Jared wouldn't stop saying "momma, daddie pain (his word for plane), ha-cop-tor, or pain up kie (plane up sky)."

The headphones ended up being super tricky. Jared didn't put them on until we told him multiple times that it would help when the planes flew by. Before he put them on, he just held onto Greg will all his might. After the headphones, all was right in the world. Annabelle thought they were a game. We'd put them on, she'd take them off. Repeat. Unfortunately, the off-cycle happened right when some F-16s did a surprise low fly-by. I jumped--- which means the kids both freaked.

They both looked super cute in their gear and I even stuck Annabelle in her birthday onesie--- yes, a few days early. Once we were all tired out and ready to go, the line to come in was HUGE. We're definitely already pumped to come next year.

We didn't stay long enough to see the Thunderbirds (toddlers and all) but we were able to watch a 'reenactment' of Pearl Harbor. Half of the planes there were from that time period and we got there early enough that we walked right up to the ones we saw later in the show. Jared thought the reenactment was awesome. He kept telling us about the booms! Every time a pyrotechic went off Jared shortly thereafter would yell "boom!"

Later that night, when we asked him what he was grateful for he said... booms! We think he had a good time. I guess we'll be going again next year... :)

Monday, November 8, 2010

Thursday Zoo Day

When we got our passes at the beginning of the year, we started planning with our friends down the street to have a fun Zoo day with the mommies and kiddos. Pregnancy sickness (my friend--not me) and a HOT summer later, we finally went on Thursday.

It was a lot of fun. We were able to carpool there and Annabelle rode facing forward for the first time! Our baby is becoming a little girl! The boys enjoyed themselves throughly and Annabelle even glanced at an animal or two. The Mommies even enjoyed girl/mommy talk. I forgot my camera, so all is documented through my phone or Kim's camera.

Getting ready to go and all excited about the zoo.
Mister Grizzly was really active.
Up-close and personal with the Jaguar
There happened to be a few schools there on field trips, so it was a little more crowded than we expected. However, I really liked the picture of the boys looking at the Hippos. One day, they'll be on the same trip...
The hippos decided to move when we were there
The boys really loved the reptiles--- here they're groovin' to the crocodile.
We spent some time with the goats and the boys were really into brushing and feeding them. Cute video to follow.

We also caught a few fish--- of course, Jared calls them gooey fish. Mickey fan, through and through.

They sure like hanging out and they sure like the zoo!

I'm so grateful to have such great friends. It makes the days that much sweeter and I always look forward to a new memory made.

Click {HERE} for the Hedges' tale. :)

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