Sunday, June 21, 2009

To my baby daddy!

You made the best choice of your life by picking lucky me to be your wife...

Then, being as "righteous" as we are... we decided to "replenish" the earth!

and out popped Kaile and Koa....
Making you the BEST DAD EVER!
We love you hunny! Hope you're fathers day is full of love!

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Aunty Bee-Kah...


Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Good ol Bellflower!

I love our neighborhood... it's one of the few neighborhoods in the area that allow horses! We always have people on horses riding up and down our neighborhood. Today Glenn was outside playing with the kids and a sweet man let the kids sit on the horse. They both LOVED it! Besides the poooo that sometimes gets left in the middle of our street (most people pick it up, but not all) I LOVE the horses and the nice people who let the kids enjoy them! (by the way... excuse my childrens "ghettoness..." they had been playing outside all day... the bathtub was black tonight!)

Thursday, June 4, 2009

So true... for all the "mormon mama's" out there...

The Girl in a Whirl" By Dr. Sue (aka Vickie Gunther of Redlands, CA)

Look at me! Look at me! Look at me now!
You could do what I do if you only knew how.
I study the scriptures one hour each day;
I bake, I upholster, I scrub and I pray.
I always keep all the commandments completely;
I speak to my little ones gently and sweetly.
I help in their classroom! I sew all they wear!
I drive them to practice! I cut all their hair!
I memorize the names of the General Authorities,
I focus on things to be done by priorities.
I play the piano! I bless with my talents!
My toilets all sparkle! My check books all balance!
Each week each child gets a one-on-one date;
I attend all my meetings (on time! never late!)
I'm taking a class on the teachings of Paul,
But that is not all! Oh, no, That is not all.
I track my bad habits' till each is abolished;
Our T-shirts are ironed! my toe nails are polished!
Our family home evenings are always delightful;
The lessons I give are both fun and insightful.
I do genealogy faithfully, too. It's easy to do all the things I have to do!
I rise each day early, refreshed and awake;
I know all the names of each youth in the stake!
I read to my children! I help all my neighbors!
I bless the community, too with my labors.
I exercise and I cook menus gourmet;
My visiting teaching is done the first day!
(I also go do it for someone who missed hers.
It's the least I can do for my cherished ward Sisters.)
I chart resolutions and check off each goal;
I seek each "lost lamb" on my Primary roll.
I can home-grown produce each summer and fall.
But that is not all! Oh, no. That is not all.
I write in my journal! I sing in the choir!
Each day, I write "thank yous" to those I admire.
My sons were all Eagles when they were fourteen!
My kids got straight A's! and their bedrooms are clean.
I have a home business to help make some money;
I always look beautifully groomed for my honey.
I go to the temple at least once a week;
I change the car's tires! I fix the sink's leak!
I grind my own wheat and bake all our bread;
I have all our meals planned out six months ahead.
I make sure I rotate our two-year supply;
My shopping for Christmas is done in July!
These things are not hard; 'tis good if you do them;
You can if you try! Just set goals and pursue them!
It's easy to do all the things that I do!
If you plan and work smart, you can do them all, too!
"It's easy!" she said and then she dropped dead