Thursday, June 26, 2014


I've been slacking on here lately. My bad! I haven't even posted Gibby's two year update. Crazy!
Here are some photos of our lives from the last few weeks.
Someone was SUPER happy to have Daddy back.

These boys are so DANG cute.

My brother came to town for a night.
Caderyn's very important, top-secret disguise.

Trying on Daddy's hat.

Flexing his muscles...
Hanging out with Daddy at brother's soccer game.
Look at this handsome stud!

All my brother wanted for his birthday was a vacuum bag for clothes storage. Seriously. He was so excited about it he made up a song.

Poor sick Gibbybear.
Jeff and I both took turns snuggling our sick little boy.

Jeff and George

I got to have a breakfast date with this kiddo. We colored and ate chocolate chip pancakes.
My favorite person came to town to be with me on the day that Jeff left for Korea. I love this gal!

New nails!

Lunch dates that end with crème brulee are our favorites!

Seriously! How am I not exploiting this cuteness?

"Date Night"
To cool for his own good.

Marketing at the Farmer's Market

Um yes...he really must be our son...
If any of you REALLY know either Jeff or I, you will get this one. 

Monday, June 23, 2014


Snuggling before bed last week:

Caderyn: Mommy, I like it when you wear your glasses.
Me: Thanks bud.
Caderyn: You just look so weird.

Thursday, June 19, 2014


Continuing across the country. We stayed the night in Columbia, Missouri and decided to just drive the heck out of that next day. Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa...we probably touched at least the border of all these states. We made it to South Dakota and decided to keep driving to Fort Ellsworth, an Air Force Base. So we drove and we drove and we drove. We made it to Fort Ellsworth and stayed the night in their fantastic lodging facility--seriously--it was awesome.
We got up early the next morning, grabbed breakfast and then headed to Mount Rushmore. Cue the photo overload!

After probably two hours there we hit the road (just in time because a tornado touched down outside of Sioux Falls) and drove and drove until we reached Montana. Jeff was super anxious to get home so we kept going until we made it back into Helena around 10:30 p.m. that night. We slept in, worked out, and the loaded up to go to Great Falls and get the boys. Overall it was a good trip, a fun trip, but
we were SO glad to be back home and not staying in a hotel or eating gas station food.