Sunday, December 6, 2009

Mae's Dance

I am sure that Grandma and Grandpa Foster and Grandpa Campbell thought--wow... I drove how long for THIS?

Mae only danced for about 3 minutes, but she was sure glad that some of her grandparents could be there with her--for anyone else who wants to see it, we do have a video of it--she messes up once and is pretty embarrassed, but for the most part she was wonderful!

We think that her favorite part of the dance was that she got to wear makeup!
She sure looks pretty, don't you think?

Hunting in Beaver...

...for a Christmas tree!

So... this is really Noah's first memorable experience with snow--and he had perma-grin from ear to ear the entire time we were out looking for a tree! He absolutely loved it, and when we tried to get him into the car to go home (we had to get back to my parent's house for the BYU game) he FREAKED out!

We try to cut our tree every year--not only is it a lot of fun to get out into the mountains, but the tree smells soooooooo good right now in our living room! On this trip there was plenty of fresh snow, and it was lightly snowing the entire time... the perfect day to find a tree.

Grandma and Grandpa Foster came with us so that they could make sure that we wouldn't cut down a blue spruce (like we accidentally did a few years ago).

We think that they had about as much fun as the kids did--Grandpa always has liked a good snow day!

All in all it was a great day--only made that much better by this touchdown during the game! Psssst--hey, Sylvester... you are supposed to tackle the guys in BLUE! Ha ha!

Thanksgiving in St. George

What a great break!

The kids had a great time playing with their cousins, and Lindsay and I had a great time relaxing!

Ian and Levi were inseperable for most of the trip--they play so well together and had such a fun time being Indians after Thanksgiving dinner!

Noah must have eaten too much turkey because he was pretty tired after dinner.

The pool was warm enough to bathe in--so we made sure to soak up a few gallons or so (thanks to Wendell for warming it up for the weekend!).

Thanks, Grandma and Grandpa! We love coming to your hose to visit!