When my mom heard I was coming home ahead of Logan and with the kids by myself again she offered to come and fly back with me. Our flight home at Christmas was long and hard with the two kids by myself but I did it. So I told her not to waste her money, I could do it again. It wouldn't be fun but I could do it. She decided to come still and really I was relieved but it must of been divine intervention because this trip home was byfar the worst we've ever experienced. I don't know if I would have survived it alone! But Ill get to that in a minute.
My mom showed up and we treated her, or more she treated us but we took her, to pizza cono.
Friday, October 5, 2012
Posted by Logan and Heidi at 9:55 AM
Friday, September 28, 2012
At nine month Emerys first 2 teeth started poking through. It of course did get a picture until 2 weeks later but, good enough. It wasn't long before I got my first bite from her.
Posted by Logan and Heidi at 11:16 AM
This is what happens when mom is gone and dad is watching the kids. jk. Logan knew that was coming. Truth is he's great with the kids... probably better than me. I was gone at a RS meeting one night and I came home to Logan saying, "ok, so something happened." I was definitely bummed. It was a pretty bad cut. In some places it was only 1 cm long and she got pretty much half of her head. So our only option was to chop it off. She was really sad. One night while trimming her hair I made the mistake of telling her that we have to cut her hair so that it will grow healthy and long. So, she was cutting her hair thinking it would make it "grow healthy and long like tangleds."
Posted by Logan and Heidi at 11:11 AM
We woke up on Easter to a very happy baby,
Posted by Logan and Heidi at 5:53 AM
Thursday, September 27, 2012
Easter was great this year. It's fun to see Afton get so excited about it. And then Emery gets excited because she see's Afton getting excited.
Our ward had a great Easter Activity. It started with going door to door of the church building and learning about Christ and what Easter is really about. Afton picking out an egg from each room and opening it to see what was inside and hearing how those things represented Christ. I'm glad they found a fun way to tell what Easter is really about, not the easter bunny. After that activity was over the kids got to run outside and start looking for eggs. A few of the eggs had been taken over by the hot sun and the crazy ants here in PR, but there were still tons of eggs
Emery just watching the choas.
Posted by Logan and Heidi at 7:39 AM
Posted by Logan and Heidi at 7:17 AM