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Friday, January 8, 2010
Our house is SOLD as of today! (David Dabell is the new owner if any one is wondering) Now after a month of searching, we are still unable to find a house we want to buy that is as enticing as the one we wanted to get when we put our house up for sale in the first place. The girls are back in school, however, and doing well in their new classes. This was their first week here at Middle Canyon by grandma's house. They seem to be adjusting surprisingly well for kids who have lived in the same place their entire lives! Now if we could just decide on a new house...
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
After 11 years of marriage Lynn and I have decided it's time to sale our house. We moved in the day we were married and our entire lives together have been spent right here in this house. It is a bitter sweet feeling. We had all four of our babies here, spent every holiday in this house, fixed every square inch of it, and watched so many friends come and go right here in this house. But our family is growing and we have filled this home right up with more than just memories. We are looking for another home (there is one in Tooele we have our eye on) where we would like to continue growing, fixing, and making new friends and memories. So if you know any one who would like a very loved little rambler...send them our way. We would love to pass on this home to any one looking to build a few of their own memories.
Friday, November 6, 2009
Danielle has an announcement she would like to make. She lost her first tooth last night! She let Dad pull it with a tissue. It didn't come out the first time he tried. So she let him have a second try at it before it popped out. The new tooth has already started coming in so it won't be long before she has a new addition to her smile:)
These are our Halloween ghouls! We had a fun time this year. We headed to the mall early enough to be there when they started handing out candy. Then we went to the ward trunk-or-treat. Then we went around to different houses in the neighborhood. I think that's the most trick-or-treating we have done yet!! Marissa was a bride, Dani was Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz, Allee was Rosette a fairy from Tinker Bell, and Max was Tigger from Winnie the Pooh. They barely even stopped for dinner, we grabbed a couple of Hot-N-Ready pizza's from Little Caesar's on our way to the ward house after the mall. What a fun busy night!
Friday, October 23, 2009
Marissa and Danielle entered their schools Reflection program. Marissa has loved doing these artistic creations every year since she was in Kindergarten. This year Dani had a chance to enter now that she's in Kindergarten, too. They both did entries under several categories to the theme "Beauty is..." Marissa did a picture for visual arts, a pillow for 3D art, a puppet show for theatre, and took a picture of some fall leaves for photography. Dani also entered a painting in visual arts, 3 little pigs for 3D art, a puppet show for theatre, and wrote a story for literature. Dani received a metal for "Best in Grade" for each of her visual art, 3D art, and literature entries. Marissa and Dani both received a trophy for "Best in Division" for their theatre entries. That means their puppet shows will be continuing on to the District level to be judged, winners will continue on to Region where they will then be judged for State. We're so excited for them and are glad they have enjoyed this opportunity to be creative!!
Thursday, October 1, 2009
For our vacation this year we desided to do something local. We found a Connect Pass that allowed us to visit 13 places in 1-3 days. We didn't make it to all of them, but we had a blast going to many of them. We started out Tuesday going to the Hogle Zoo in the morning, then for the afternoon we went to the U of U Museum of Natural History. Wednesday we went to This is the Place in the morning, The Lion House Pantry for lunch, Gateway Discovery for the afternoon and caught a show of BUGS at Clark's Planitarium in the evening. Thursday we headed south to Thanksgiving Point where we saw their beautiful gardens and the Museum of Life Science. On the way home we stopped by the Living Planet Aquarium in Sandy. It was a great opportunity to go to a lot of places I've been wanting to check out for some time. What a lot of fun things we can do right here locally! ( go to www.visitsaltlake.com/visit/activities/connect_pass/)
Wow! These past few months have flown by for us! We only had three weeks vacation while the kids were out of school. Then right after Pioneer Day we were back to school. Allee is finishing up her last year of preschool this year and didn't actually start until September. But we found a neighbor who is in her class this year and Yeah for carpooling! She also had her birthday in August and is 4 years old, one of the youngest in her year of school. Allee and Dani had a joint birthday party at Grandma Young's and went and visited with Grandma Grundvig the same weekend. So they had lots of birthday partying! Dani turned 6 years old this year, the year I let them have friends over for a party. We had a lot of fun thanks to all the friends who came to her party. We dressed up with animal masks (found at the $ store 3 in a package!) and we played our own version of Fruitbasket. We had one kid sit in the middle who would call out one of the animals or "It's a Zoo!" and the kids would trade places. Surprisingly they fought over that middle position...I guess they all wanted to have a turn to call out the animals! Then we gave them all glo-in-the-dark wands and swords and played Duck Duck Goose with them. It wasn't dark, but they had a blast with them anyway. Of course I had to get a picture of them all dressed up! It was a lot of fun:)
Allee and her new Curious George.
Allee and her new Curious George.