Wednesday, May 27, 2009

All smiles and giggles!

This is a video of Addie laughing. I love when you hear those first little belly laughs!

Aiden's first goal

This was Aiden's first season playing soccer. He made his first goal at the last game. He was so excited and proud of himself. He has wanted to wear his soccer shirt almost everyday since. This is a picture of Aiden kicking the ball down the field, on his way to score a goal.
Aiden fighting off a fierce competitor (his teammate)!

And he kicks the ball and scores a goal! Yeah!

Addie's ears

Here is Addie with her new earrings!

Rolling, rolling, rolling!

This is a video of Addison rolling. We can't believe how fast she is growing. She is now 4 months old. Aiden was so proud of her when she started rolling. I think he was more excited about it than we were.

Beth, Heather and Lance, the college graduates!

Beth, Heather, and Lance all graduated from college this year. We are so proud of all of them. Beth is the only one who walked though. So here we all are at her pinning ceremony.
This was on the trip home from Pocatello. Addison is quite a good little traveler.
This was Beth's actual graduation.

Happy 50th Birthday!

We had a surprise birthday party for my mom's 50th birthday! It was a fun day, all of her old friends from high school came out to see her. I have to say my mom looks pretty hot for being 50!
Lance got my mom these pants as a gag gift. He said now that she was 50, she needed to start dressing like it.

My Little Cowboy!

Aiden wanted to wear his cowboy hat the whole time we were in Salmon. He and his papa are enjoying a bag of cheetos in this picture!
Aiden loves his horse Spook. He is old enough now that he can ride her by himself!
My aunt Tami found a little lamb abandoned alongside the road. She nursed him back to health. The lamb had such a sweet little personality!

This is Aiden with his rabbit, Peter. This poor rabbit was packed around by Aiden all week. Aiden wanted to bring him back to Nampa with us, but we decided maybe he should wait until we get moved into our new house before we bring him home.