Friday, January 27, 2012

Halloween 2011

We had a bunch of bugs around here this past Halloween. When the girls saw that Junie was going to be a bumble bee they decided they wanted to be bugs too. Molly was a butterfly and Annie was a ladybug. They were pretty cute bugs if I say so myself. (And just a side note, notice the flowers in the background...still pretty and all that warm sun, not bad for Halloween).















October 2011

My parents came to visit in October and we headed out to the Dinosaur Quarry with them and Mindy and her kids. It was pretty cool and the girls enjoyed it.





After we drove to the river and although the water was freezing the girls including June could not get enough of playing in it.








We enjoyed the warm weather and hit up the park.

Brandon invited us to ride his horse one night..it was fun to each take a turn riding. The girls absolutely loved it and asked if we could get a horse of our own...maybe one day, Uncle Brandon's will have to do for now though.

Molly

This is Annie and although you can't tell she was smiling ear to ear.

June loved it too.

We headed out to Bluebell fro the corn maze one day. We sure have fun doing this.


Feeding the goats.



June loved them.

The bumpy slide...makes me laugh watching them go down this.

Molly was able to dress up like what she wanted to be when she grows up for school one day...a dance teacher.

A couple days before Halloween the girls got invited to a Fancy Nancy birthday party...here they are all ready to go.

Carving pumpkins.

And the finished product.

We also got to go see our newest member of the family. Courtney had her baby the end of October. We all fell in love with Olivia as soon as we met her. She is so sweet.







Annie's 4th Birthday

Since we were up in Idaho for conference weekend we decided to start celebrating Annie's birthday a little early so she could share with her cousins. We had cupcakes and opened a few presents.




Annie with her birthday sign. She was so excited that she got to go to school on her birthday and share treats with her class.

All her presents and her pink cake she requested.


Jake and I took her to McDonald's for lunch and she thought that was pretty great.

We picked Molly up from school and went to see Dolphin Tale. We all loved it. When we came home we had dinner, Annie requested Jake's famous hamburgers and then we opened gifts before eating cake.



Annie is such a sweet girl and we love having her in our family. She is very tenderhearted and quite the tease. She can make us all laugh with her contagious giggle and she loves her sisters so much. I hope she has a great year!