Thursday, December 27, 2007

It's official

Tyler is officially walking... talk about a tornado of disaster... and to top it off he has his third tooth (this one is on the top) good thing we love him

Merry Christmas

So we're not professionals at the videoing stuff, but thought some of you might get a kick out of our Christmas day.... He wasn't feeling the best, so smiles were few for the camera, but he loved all his new toys and books!

Yew Haw on Video

Tyler's First Present....

Thursday, December 20, 2007

Cabin Fun with Conni Nick and Alina

We had so much fun a few weeks ago playing out at a cabin in Spanish Fork Canyon with Conni, Nick, and of course Alina. We played games, watched movies, ate good food, and laughed at our two munch kins. They seemed to want what ever the other had whether it was binkys, books, or treats it didn't matter. They also got in plenty of flirting... So glad they called and asked us to come!

Temple Square

Yeah I've always loved Temple Square at Christmas time, so I was ecstatic when Brian wanted to go for FHE. Tyler loved all the lights, he just kept looking back and forth from one side to the next trying to gather it all in. After walking around Brian surprised me by taking us on a Carriage ride. It has always been a dream of mine, We loved every minute of it!

Candy Canes

Someone, Tyler to be exact has decided that he LOVES candy canes. He first got a taste for them when he stole Dad's out of his mouth... it's been downhill since then. Beware if you have a candy cane around Ty you might not have one for much longer...

Yew Haw

An early Christmas present for Tyler from Gran and Papa Joe- He kicked off his boots about 2 seconds before I got this picture, but luckily his hat stayed on... he loves this horse even if he isn't 2 yet

Thursday, December 6, 2007

Just in case anyone is having a bad day...

Look what I can do...

Yes Folks.... this is what it looks like, my 7 month old is standing on his own now... man I was just getting the house baby proofed for all the speed crawling, but that wasn't enough. He kneels and then pulls himself up standing either on his own or with the help of toys or furniture. He's like the Tazmanian Devil. Everywhere he goes he goes fast and furious, even now up all the stairs. We're currently working on how to go down the stairs, that the plant stands are not there for him to balance and walk with, the plant dirt is not for playing in, and that electrical cords are not for eating. But boy he does make my life entertaining.

Brian's Surgery

I'm sorry to have alarmed many you... but we thank you all for your prayers and thoughts. Brian had surgery on his shoulder the 21st of November. Happy B'day to him... he had torn one of his muscles playing volleyball and flag football about a month earlier , and then after an MRI and x-rays the Dr found that he also had a genetic disorder that caused his bone to be pointed versus rounded. The two together were not helping each other and causing him terrible pain. So, Dr. Richins went in and ground down his bone and anchored his muscle to his bone. The surgery went well. He did have an allergic reaction to demerol when in the recovery room, so we were there a few hours longer than planned. He's doing much better now. He only has 3 tiny little scars where they went in. They took out the stitches on Tues and told him he didn't have to wear his sling all the time. He's having a hard time sleeping at night as he usually tosses and turns lots and the meds seems to only take the edge off, but he's progressing a lot and able to move his arm much more. I just look forward to the day he can play with Ty and the puppies again.