Sunday, October 31, 2010

No Cavity Club!!

Noah had his first trip to the dentist's office last month.  He did wonderful.  I used to work in a dental office and actually got to do the child appointments so I knew what to tell him to expect.  He was very well behaved and the hygienist was very understanding when I told her that I wanted to take pictures.  : )  Hey, it's just who I am, ok?  I love pictures.  

Getting his 20 teeth polished.

Griffin was so fascinated and watched the entire time from his Daddy's arms.

No cavities!

Checking out his super clean teeth.  He's growing up so fast and I love the person he's becoming.  My oldest baby...

Soccer Mom

Noah started instructional league soccer this fall.  He really enjoyed it at first.  When they started scrimmaging though, we told him that he needed to go kick the ball.  He got frustrated because he thought he had to kick the ball all the time.  Once we cleared up that misunderstanding, things were good again.  He really enjoyed soccer and we all enjoyed watching him.  Ammon especially.  Ammon is a phenomenal soccer player and for him to see his son play was a very special time for him.  I'm excited to finally have the title of "Soccer Mom" and I know this won't be the last season of soccer for us.  : )  Here are some pictures I took on picture night.  There was no way I was paying a ridiculous amount of money on the team's pictures.  Noah loves the camera and we always have to take multiple shots so he can use all of his silly faces.  Love this guy...

Aren't those shirts the most obnoxious color?!

Date Night!

I'm not sure why I don't blog anymore.  I really don't.  I love writing down my thoughts and documenting our cute little life...  I'm going to be better.  Here goes...

A couple weeks ago, Ammon and I got to go out on a date!  Mount Airy was having their annual Autumn Leaves Festival so we decided to go check it out.  It was so nice to go without children.  We browsed all the vendor tents and just had fun walking hand in hand.  We saw SO many people we knew.  I love living in a small town... It's so fun running into friends whenever we go out.

Here we are before we started walking.  I love my husband so much.  He planned this night.  First, we went to the festival.  Then we went out to Ruby Tuesdays for dinner.  I had the loaded mashed potatoes (i lived on these for a couple weeks after i got my wisdom teeth extracted.  so yummy!) and a water.  Then he took me out to Scoops.  Scoops is an ice cream shop located in an old van.  Seriously.  It's a van pulled off the side of the road that sells ice cream.  I like it.  : )

While at the festival we enjoyed our usual.  A funnel cake and fresh squeezed lemonade to share.  Yes, I realize we ate like crap that night.  It was one night.  I'm ok with it.  Apparently I'm a messy funnel cake eater...

It was a wonderful evening.  Can't wait til our next date!

Saturday, October 2, 2010

and I quote...

"Rather than being judgmental and critical of each other, may we have the pure love of Christ for our fellow travelers in this journey through life."

-Thomas S. Monson

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