Thursday, January 13, 2011

over 1500 miles west of Memphis


We partied with these awesome people for the holdiays:

Just because we are cool:

Temple Square Lights:
We spent quite a bit of time with my mom but I don't have those pics yet.

We spent LOTS of time in here:

Javen made a new best friend. Cameron also taught him his new favorite word within 2 minutes.. ME! ME!

Sledding Christmas Eve:

Here are the boys reverting back to childhood:



We actually did get a good family photo, but I just think this one is pretty funny. This is how we all felt after trying to get all of the kids and babies to smile. They were pretty much all crying or making faces like these:

(Javen is growing hair! Wahoo!)


A few other things worth mentioning:
-the annual ski trip: The last year it has to be annual! Jason has improved his skills enough to brave the black diamond runs. I'm still perfectly happy with blue squares.
-I was lucky enough to inherit the booty pop. I'm just not brave enough to show you the pics. It's pretty hilarious though, and extremely uncomfortable!
-I went with my sister to the Mormon Tabernacle-David Archuleta concert, which I heard was amazing. We left 5 min. into it because that's when the 24 hour flu caught up with me. Then it got passed around.
-Did I mention that we drove?? Yes, we did. And I hope that we never have to do it again! Except to move.

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

5 comments:

todd and erin said...

I'm still sad we didn't get to see you. But it looks like you had a fun and busy Christmas! I can't believe you drove the whole way!

THE SULLENGERS said...

I can't believe you drove, but it looks like it was worth it! I can't wait to see the booty pop?

Joe and Liz said...

What a cute family picture! Those sledding pictures make me miss the snow. Okay, maybe not the snow, but sledding, yes!! Looks like a blast!

John and Rachel Erickson said...

I can totally se the faux hawk! Cute family pic! Booty pop? How did I miss hearing about that?

Caitlin said...

I can't get over how cute he is. I wish I'd seen you over the holidays, but I'm glad your doing well.