Happy Thanksgiving


I just wanted to say 'Thanks' to each of you. I obviously can't list the reasons why I'm thankful for the individuals that read this blog, but I can say that I have learned so much from each of you. My life is better having known you. Thank you for your support, kindness and friendship.

To my husband:
Thank you for always loving me. For accepting me for who I am and for helping me become who I want to be. I am more than thankful to have you in my life, for now and for all Eternity! I'm thankful for that October day we knelt together in the temple to seal our family.
Thank you for always being an example to me. Thank you for teaching me. Thank you for supporting me. Most of all thank you for working so hard so that I can be home with our beautiful baby.
Thank you for being the worlds greatest Father. I am thankful for the realationship you have with Taylee, she is so lucky to have you. I am lucky to have you.
Thank you for loving me. Thank you for choosing me to be your wife.

To my daughter:
Thank you for the joy you have brought, and continue to bring into our home and family. Thank you for being so dang cute-all of the time! Thank you for being a Mommy's girl (for now, I'm sure). I am so thankful for the many things you've taught me...to recognize the important things in life, to wake up early, to enjoy every second of life - you've always been a busy body, to play even when the dishes aren't done and the floor needs vaccumed. Thank you for making sure your dad isn't the only tease in the house. Thank you for the smiles, the kisses and the cuddles. Thank you for loving me. Thank you for choosing me to be your mom.

I love you all! Happy Thanksgiving!



I went to the midnight-well 12:30 showing of Twilight with the girls. Thanks for sacrificing your sleep for Edward ladies!!!
The fun started when we got together at Marli's for a little Twilight recap~trivia style. And like always we had fun chatting the time away. I was thankful I didn't have to spend the last few hours counting down by myself, I had enough anxiety/excitement about it all day!
As for the review...If you haven't seen the movie, and don't want it ruined-don't read anymore...
I absolutely loved it. For those of you who have read Ileah's blog, I agree with her when she said: "It was new". I went to the movie knowing that after reading a book it is always hard to see the movie. Hollywood has a tough act to follow-trying to fit everything into a few hours. I felt they could have made it a little longer...especially the baseball game. Oh baby! I loved the cast they chose. I think each character was played very well. I wasn't that thrilled with Edward when I saw pic's and trailors - I guess my image was different than Hollywood's, which is fine because everyone has their own taste in men, right?! But I have to admit - by the end of the film I was liking the choice. It was refreshing - I got excited about Twilight all over again (not that I ever lost it).
The ONLY thing that dissapointed me was the meadow scene, well the lack there of anyway. The reason she wrote the book-RUINED.
If you go to the flick with the mind set of forgetting the book, to a degree, I'm sure you will love it! I want to see it again, any takers?



Just wanted to make a quick post (before the computer gets packed up) to say that we will be out of commission for a short time. We are moving out of this hole to a cute little duplex in Bountiful. Can I just say rent is absolutely ridiculous! It has sky rocketed in the last year-this darn housing situation! We chose to go north because we can get a lot more for our money-and we're one of the few who remain in the Salt Lake area. I'm really excited to get back to my roots-I grew up in Davis County, although it will be frustrating having to navigate Lars around the city until he gets a sense of direction. We'll be really close to my daddy-which also may be frustrating most of the time as well. What do you do? The commute will be shorter for Lars, in theory-he hasn't tested it yet. We think it will be a great place-there are young couples and a few kids around Taylee's age (unlike our current ward of the nearly dead).

So we hope all is well with you and yours ~ We'll be back when we can!

Drum roll please


Uncle Jason is a drummer and Taylee is following quickly in his footsteps. She's always tapping out a beat on anything she touches, so the 'new' toy at Papa Bob's was sure a treat for her.