Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Changes on the Horizon

Our little girl is truly exiting babyhood now...

Just last week Sawyer started to tinkle on the potty (she isn't actually potty trained, but from time to time she will tell us she needs to use the restroom) and last night was her first night in her whole entire life without sleeping with her bink! These things are big people, Sawyer is growing up.  I love love this little gem of ours.    

Friday, August 20, 2010

Stuck Like Glue

Oh I love love him.  And I am pretty much obsessed with the Sugarland song "Stuck Like Glue" - listen to it, it's so fun.

Wednesday, August 18, 2010


Harper is figuring how to sit in her Bumbo seat...

And she is looking pretty darn cute while doing it...

I can't believe how much Harper has changed in a short 2 1/2 months.  It all goes so fast, sometimes, way too fast.  We love love our little Har-poo. 

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Little Beauty

I like it so I wanted to share it. That is all.

Friday, August 13, 2010

Once Upon a Vacation

Just last Saturday we got home from a week vacation in Kauai for Marc's family reunion.  We had so much fun and we were so grateful we got to go on such an amazing trip.  Sawyer loved running around with her cousins and Harper was happy just hanging out :)  It got a little hectic at times with so many kids (12 kids, 7 adults) but I wouldn't have changed any of it.  

One of my most favorite experiences was taking a helicopter tour of the island.  Grandma & Grandpa watched our kids, and Marc and I went with our oldest nieces (Matisse & Aubrie) on the tour.
It was incredible seeing the island from up above.  We even flew into a volcanic crater, that was a first.

Harper was spoiled with lots of love (and Sawyer was too).

Sawyer liked the beach, but I think the highlight for her was the shower.  

We visited one of the wettest places on Earth (which happened to be breathtaking).

We drove to Princeville and enjoyed the beach there.  Marc and his brother-in-law played a little game to see who could get washed up onto shore the furthest...

I love my family.

One of my most favorite parts about vacation is having Marc with me and not working.  Blissful.  Wouldn't it be nice if we could retire at the ripe old age of 25/26 and move to Hawaii and bask in the sunshine all day everyday?

Grandma & Grandpa were kind enough to watch our little rascals for us again so that we could go on a boat tour of the Na'Pali Coast and do a little snorkeling.  We saw SO many dolphins it was ridiculous.  There were literally groups of like 10 dolphins at a time swimming.  I got a picture of one of the dolphins that was dancing in the water next to our boat.  I wouldn't mind being a dolphin.  

Harper slept through most of her Hawaii beach experience, but she did get to stick her feet in the ocean :)

We caught some pretty sweet sunsets.  There really was something heavenly about the pink sky.

I have a new food obsession...too bad I have to take a 6 hour plane ride to satisfy my craving.  Jo Jo's Hawaiian shaved ice was divine.  The Jo Jo's special comes highly recommended by me (and by like a million other people)!

We went to a luau.  The food was delish.  Sawyer was intrigued by the dancers.  She would watch them and try to imitate their hand/arm movements, so cute.

And the people that made all of this possible...
Grandma & Grandpa :) Thank you!

Monday, August 9, 2010

Sandy Bottom

Until I find the time to blog again...here is a little something to amuse you...

Sawyer in Kauai, August 2010

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