Sunday, December 6, 2009

Boys hunt Daddy with Snowballs

Snow falling means a trip a park for a snowball fight!

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Thanksgiving 2009

The boys and I came down with the Flu this year, so we stayed home for Thanksgiving. Marie cooked a very nice Thanksgiving meal this year, with roasties and gravy... the most important element to any Thanksgiving meal!

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Not Dead

We didn't die or anything - we just got really busy (nursing school is hard). So in the interest of actually getting some of our pictures posted I am making Des an author. He has more time and keeps bugging me about it. So look for all of our New England adventures appearing soon. I have to go study for the two exams and my presentation next week.

Saturday, October 31, 2009


Sunday, October 11, 2009

Apple Picking

Saturday, September 5, 2009

Visit to a friends house.

Catch up...what have we done lately, well we visited an old friends house,
the kids had fun landscaping the backyard!


Grass Collecting



Thursday, September 3, 2009

Out and about!

On top of the world!

Duck ride!

In the park!

Sitting down.


Monday, July 27, 2009

Collin is 6!

Collin turned six right after we moved so we had a few little parties for him. He was disappointed that he didn't have lots of kids over but we will try to do better next year.

Happy Birthday Collin!

More pictures

While I have been in class Des and the boys have been getting to know the area:


Yes, I am aware that I haven't posted in a really long time. With the whole moving and starting nursing school thing I have been a little busy.

So, a little catch up.

First, I have the best parents that ever lived. My mom came out to help us move - a couple of days earlier than planned when she heard about the hives that covered my body from the stress of it all. This really happened, as we loaded the truck Collin fell asleep (for the night) on our big pile of boxes.

Mom and Bonnema helped pack and load the truck and then they both drove my kids to Grandmama's house while Des and I drove the truck across the country. While we drove 700 miles a day this is what my kids did:

Once we got everything settled in my Mom and Dad flew the kids out here and stayed for a week. It was really the best transition I could have hoped for for the boys. It is very different here but we are liking our new place and have made some new friends.