May 17, 2002

Wednesday, November 26, 2008


Well I did it, I finally joined facebook. And to be honest, I like blogging much better...sorry Tab (and anyone else who thinks otherwise). So yes I am on there, but blogging seems so much cleaner. Facebook is super cluttery (which I am not a fan of), but I do like being able to find old friends and see what people are up to. So there is my two cents (if anyone even cares).

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

...Go Utes!!!

My mom and I were at Roberts the other day and they had some really cute Utah stuff, so I bought some to put on the door. I got home and told James I had a new thing to hang on the door (you should have seen his face--the look of...we don't need anything else on the door, we have everything ever made). So I hung it up and told him to come look. He wouldn' I took the hanging deal-eo off the door and brought it to him. His face lit up. He thought that it was so cool. He liked it so much I went back and bought lights to go with it.


Tyrus is terrified of my parents is kind of funny. My dad will turn it on and he backs away slowly. Well on Sunday we were over there (my mom cooks Sunday dinner for everyone every Sunday--thanks mom!) and they had the fireplace on. James and I were cleaning up the toys getting ready to leave. We were in the play room when we heard commotion and Ty crying. My sis Staci comes and tells me he touched the glass of the fireplace (what the..?!). So needless to say he had tiny blisters on the ends of his fingers. We tried to wrap up his hand and put some soothing med on it, but that didn't last. But tylenol did...yea!!!

Sunday, November 16, 2008

I told you so...dresser for sale!

This past week in the mail we recieved a letter in the mail telling us we were part of a private sale (along with everyone else and their dog) for Furniture Warehouse. We recently bought Tyrus a twin bed--part of another private sale--man we are special people. We wanted to find a dresser that would match so we went to Furniture Warehouse to find a steal of a deal. We got there, found the childrens section with the natural wood. We found a dresser that we liked. I was ready to buy, but James said he thought the bed was a more ash natural wood. I was like, "it will be fine". So he gave in and we bought it. ALL SALES FINAL! No problem right? Well we got home and I checked Ty's bed...and James was right, it doesn't match at all. So in the end, we have a dresser for sale. Brand new, bought it on Friday! Natural wood. Haven't even finished putting on the handles for the drawers yet. Asking $230.00 the price we bought it for. So if you know anyone who needs a dresser, please let us know.
p.s. James never acutally said, "I told you so". He is too nice.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

I'm an Esme...

I have been checking out this twilight website I found. There is a test to find out which Vamp you are. I am an it. Check it out and see who you are...

You are thoughtful and care very deeply for your family. A loving home is of great
importance to you and you always try to make people feel welcome. Although you have a great capacity to love, you also have a great capacity to hurt, so at times you can be
sensitive. You're firm when you need to be, but people trust your judgment and
appreciate the kind way you always handle things.

Jazz Game

Last night my awesome bro got us tickets to the Jazz game (Thanks Steven!). He works for Gillette (sorry if I spelled it wrong) and they just did a commercial on KJAZZ (in which my brother is an actor--ha ha--remember us when your rich!) so they got free tickets. It was really fun, and they won. We saw our cute neighbors Scott and Amy Coombs (lucky ducks had no kids with them, well I guess one...but she isn't out and wiggly yet--congrats by the way!). Ty even got a ball from the Jazz dancers. At first Ty was a little freaked out because of all the noise, but he eventually got into it and kept saying, "mom, mom, mom...ball". I sure wish people around us would watch their language...interesting that it doesn't bug you too much 'til you have kids. Anyway, we had a blast. Thanks again!

Sunday, November 2, 2008


Ty had a great time trick-or-treating. At first he wasn't so sure, but once he realized when the door would open the candy would flow, he loved it so much. He would get so excited and run to keep up with the big kids.
Thanks aunt Suzanne, uncle Derrick, Brook and Wyatt for letting us come with you. What a fun night!

Tyrus the artist

James and I were making dinner, obviously not paying attention to what Ty was doing...making beautiful art. Luckily it wiped right off the tile, took a little longer to get off his mouth.

Trick or treating with the cousins at grandma and grandpa's

Easton (7 weeks)-Squirt the Turtle (from Finding Nemo), Tyrus (21 months)-Monkey, Camberlea (3)-Halloween Fairy, Dallin (5)-Keith Urban

trunk or treat 10/25/08