Wednesday, June 27, 2012
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Sunday, June 17, 2012
Sunday, June 3, 2012
We had a great Memorial Day weekend. Soren took Friday off too so we had four days as a family with busy season FINALLY over. We got caught up on business orders, did some shopping, cleaned, did yard work, went swimming twice, and went to the temple.
On Sunday night we went downtown and met my family and the Beyelers for a Memorial Day celebration of music and fireworks. We went last year and had a great time and this year was even better! The weather was fantastic and we were with lots of our favorite people!
The kids all had fun running/falling down this STEEP hill nearby.
I got to practice taking pictures of fireworks. It is hard! This was my best one and my last one as well.
Kesler and his Grandpa “pounding” it.
I tried not to go all out for the party, but it was hard. The creative process took over. I was so happy with how the cake and cupcakes turned out. It was my first time trying out my cake decorating kit and I enjoyed using it even more than I expected!
We kept the invite list small for his friends party. The kids decorated t-shirts with fabric markers to make their own football jerseys.
The blue Gatorades were a hit! I didn’t’ get any pictures, but we played some football games indoors and then they played a "real” football game outside while they waited for parents. Easton had a blast- nonstop giggling and goofing off with his friends.
We opened gifts and Easton loved them all. He wanted a Cars backpack so I sewed a patch onto this hand me down. Kesler had to show off his Elmo backpack too!. Easton also got a doctor’s kid, a Nerf gun, his bike of course and a bell for his bike.
Easton requested tacos and corn on the cob for dinner. It was delicious!
We just love this boy! He is so caring, considerate, polite and kind. He is also immensely gifted in athletics and has all kinds of talents oozing out of him. I can’t wait to watch him grow and learn this next year!!