Sunday, October 26, 2008
I would post some pictures of our fun ward Trunk-or-treat last night, but Rob took the camera to work one day and hasn't brought it home yet. :(
We will have to make up for it by taking lots of pictures on Halloween. Will our new addition to the family be here by then? I don't know.
Anyone want to predict the day he will be born?
Thursday, October 23, 2008
Brenna, Maiya, Logan and Seth
Seth, Maiya, Ethan, and Logan
There were some pretty neat animals. A zebra, a camel, some kind of big ox or cow with a hump on its back...
Logan, Seth, Rob and Grant. we were lucky it was such a pleasantly warm night.
Sunday, October 19, 2008
We have had some cool mornings lately. Seth and I (and usually Grant) get up early each morning so Seth can practice the piano. Seth usually beats me downstairs and turns on the fireplace. One morning I found Seth and Grant like this.
The kids have fun riding bikes and scooters outside while dad works on the bed. Yesterday we had four neighbor kids hanging out at our house playing with our kids. It is fun to have so many nice kids close by.
Sunday, October 12, 2008
Grandma reading a goodnight story to the kids
At the movie theater. If you look on the left you can see the only picture I took of my sister Sarah and her husband Jeremy the whole weekend! Sorry guys! We love them. Sarah just announced that she is expecting her first baby!! We are so excited for them, although we will miss the help with our kids they always give whenever we are together.
Seth having a good time.
So this week Rob and I got new callings. It is amazing! I have had the same callings for so long, and only get released when I move, it seems, that it was a surprise to get released from one after only a month and a half. I guess it was too good to last to be a primamry teacher, and Rob the permanent primary sub. Rob is now the EQ Secretary (those of you whoe know us well will laugh at that- yep, back in EQ for him!) and I am the new Laurel Advisor. I am very excited for this new challenge. I am sad to leave primary two weeks before our program (I was getting into it) but I know this will be a wonderful calling. I loved the story I heard from the priesthood session of conference about the missionary who thought he could not learn Spanish, but after attending the Japanese language class, quickly changed his tune. I will keep this story in mind as I start this new calling and new baby sort of all at once.