Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Christmas Time

This is what the boys do when they visit Dad's office, just play on the paralegal's computer. I thought is was a good picture so I included it.
We decided to spend our evening last night putting up the Christmas decorations. We had a great time decorating the tree and getting the house ready for all the decorations. Luke helped put all the decorations on the tree, and even replaced all the decorations Noah pulled off.

Noah loved the beads and kept him occupied most of the evening, except for when he was dancing to the Chipmunks version of jingle bells.
Both boys helped set up the manger set and were very good.
"Noah Happy?"
Finished decorating and time for a break. Good we have Christmas candy.
Luke is always good to share his candy with Noah.
The finished tree.

Monday, November 12, 2007

Since I really enjoy pictures on the blogs I thought I would post more pictures of the boys on Halloween and the pictures from our visit to Woodland for the blessing and baptism. Olivia didn't want to post some of them because they're blurry, but I thought they were good enough anyway. Further evidnece for when I have to justify spending a lot of money on a nice camera. (hopefully soon)

I know, I know; I am way behind on my blog. I guess it is better late than never. Here are the details of our fabulous Halloween! I spent the day in the class with Luke for his Halloween party which consisted of making halloween decorations, eating lunch, and passing out candy. Yea, the candy started early in the day. After Rick got home we went to the ward trunk-or-treat. The boys enjoyed all the games, even though Noah didn't stay in the cake walk games long enough to actually win, and Luke came out of the haunted house crying because he was accidentally kicked in the nose while crawling around. Rick took theboys to all the cars while handed out about 300 pieces of candy.

Luke and Noah with one of Luke's friends from primay and school.
We really tried to get some good pictures, but Noah wouldn't stand up, and Luke kept casting spells in front of his face.
"Wingardium Leviosa", Luke was trying to make everything float all night.
Noah sure did make a darling little pimpkin when he would leave his hat on and satnd up.
Noah couldn't wait to get started on the candy. I told Rick that I was going to take most of it to the dentist and trade it in for money. They pay by the pound. He vetoed the idea. I think if you could see the size of our still full halloween candy bucket you would agree with me!