I had some old pics saved on my phone, and I wanted them saved in the scrapbook...
So, here is my Grandpa Jack. I love him so much! I love that no matter what he did, he always smelled like grease when I gave him a hug. He always had a little grease around his nail beds (and it wasn't for a lack of scrubbing :) I loved his long speeches and testimonies at our family gatherings. I loved his strength! I love my Grandpa!!
How sad is it that I have no idea which baby this is....It is either Addison or Bailey. I think it is Addi. Well, regardless of who it is...each and every kiddos of ours is a blessing to our family! I can't imagine our family without any of them!
Here are some pictures of my dad. He loved flying. He was taking a long enough and high enough trip one time that he needed some oxygen. I loved when just the 2 of us would go up, and he would let me fly.
This picture was from when I was in high school. It looks like Moses Lake potholes. We had some really good times on that boat. Memories to last a lifetime!
Here is "grandpa" with his only 2 grandkids at the time. Parker and Kasidee didn't quite know what they thought of a grandpa who would bark like a dog and moo like a cow (they would kind of move closer to grandma :)...but then they would have magical moments like this one, building snowmen in the backyard. Such a good grandpa!
Who needs a pool when there are buckets of water to sit and play in?!?! Hours of entertainment!
Look at those sweet faces! It is crazy how fast time flies!
We had kind of a different Thanksgiving this year to accommodate everyone's crazy schedules...ok, just Brian's crazy schedule...haha But it was a great Thanksgiving!
We stayed in Vegas for Thanksgiving morning, Mark and Parker went to play at the turkey bowl, and I got things ready to go. As soon as they came home (and showered) we took off for St. George.
Brian had to work all weekend, stinking paramedic, saving lives and all...So, we planned lots of fun activities and then had Thanksgiving on Sunday. We went to the community center and climbed the rock wall and swam, we played games with Dustin and Jess...
Grandpa flew his airplane...
Grandma and Grandpa had just recently returned from China...so we had a China night. They showed us videos from their trip, the kids opened gifts from China, and then we went out and ate Chinese (ok Mongolian) food.
Wyatt was a fan! All the kids had a fun time trying the chopsticks!
Grandpa just had a full knee replacement, and Wyatt was a big helper getting him ice.
We finished off the weekend by going to the Live Nativity at Tuacahn. It was awesome!
I loved having the focus of our Thanksgiving end with what we all should be the most thankful for. Our Savior!