Thursday, December 29, 2011

Christmas 2011

We very much enjoyed this Christmas season! Spencer is old enough now that we had a great time teaching him about the reason for the season. He was very excited about it all. It was also wonderful to have our little Kaitlin with us. We sure love her.  

Here are some pictures for your viewing pleasure.

Getting a good picture of either one of these little monkeys is hard enough when they are alone...but to get a good one of them together would be a are some of my attempts...

smashing his sister {on accident of course}

He looks away, she tips forward...

She looks so cute...he closes his eyes...

He looks up and she looks down...

Daddy helps out and gets both of their attention...
the camera is blurry...
(doesn't look too bad when it is small)

I give up... 

All ready for church

Merry Christmas!

Monday, December 19, 2011


I was going to wait and post these pictures in a few days the the 22nd when Kaitlin turns 3 months old but I just can't wait. I am just in love with this baby. She is the sweetest thing that has ever come into my life. Even Nate will say just about every other day..."she is just such a sweet heart!".  When she looks at me and smiles it just melts my heart. I am so grateful for her.

{I know there are a lot of pictures but I love them
all so much I couldn't pick just a few. Enjoy. }

My fave...
{I dare you to look at this and not smile!}

{ smiled...I know you did}

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Friday, December 16, 2011

Oh Christmas Tree...



This is how Kaitlin felt about having a picture together...

Thursday, December 8, 2011


I love the faces this kids makes!

She has some good ones too!

Spencer was so excited to put up the Christmas tree and decorations!
Now if I could just get him to stay still for a picture...

Can you see the lights reflected in her eyes?

She has the sweetest face that melts me!

This is what Spencer's face looked like when
 he was done with dinner the other night.

I sure love these faces.
I am so grateful to be able to take pictures of these
daring little faces as they grow so I can remember them!