Thursday, December 18, 2008

Santa and My Kids

We Remember the Reason for the Season

Unfortunately, I didn't get to do Christmas cards this year so here ya go...

Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas! Stay warm and safe this Holiday Season. May God Bless you and your family. All our Love, The Morris's

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Our Visit Up North Part Two

Here we have a few more pics of us with Grandmother playing at the park, they are just too cute not to post!
Yes, Joe still had the 'stache. It has since been removed and his face made clean but not before our Family Christmas Photo unfortunately. I will post IT soon.

So much love!

Again with the Guitar Hero? The kids were having so much fun.

Our Visit Up North Part One

We went up to Provo/Salt Lake the weekend before Thanksgiving to see my Mom and Lindsey and Jason and his family. Lindsey had a bridal shower on Saturday and then on Sunday we went to Jason's condo for a delicious dinner prepared by his wonderful Mother, Linda. Which brings us to the pics of the kids playing Guitar Hero... I thought this was so cute. Buster was helping his little bro play up here and down there, Abby is helping Sterling get the hang of it. Rock on!

Me and my cute mama and my cute baby at the park.


Lindsey and Ace cuddle and play. Awww.
We all had a great time with Jason and his welcoming family and it is always sweet to spend time with my Mom.

WARNING: Ace is on the prowl!

Yeah, that's right, my littlest man is crawling. We are all in the process of training ourselves to remember to shut the doors and clean up all small things from all areas of the house. He even pulls himself up already. He started that about a week after he started crawling. Whoa, horsey! I think he's stuck on Fast Forward or something. His babyhood is just whizzing by way too fast for our liking. But he is still so sweet and cuddly and chubby and cute!

The kids were so excited for him and wanted to show anyone who came over "Ace's new trick". He was about 6 1/2 months old at the time. (Sorry, I've been really busy, gosh!) They would lay him on his back on the floor and Ace would quickly roll over, get up on his hands and knees (or feet) and then enter the sitting position to a rousing round of applause! Yay, Ace!