Another page from Meg's wedding.
Tuesday, February 3, 2009
This is from Megan's wedding. I am a couple years behind on my scrapbooking. Meg got married in 2008. It's crazy to think it has been a year since she got married. I want to wish her a happy anniversary. Curtis has been an awesome addition to our family. He and Trent get along great.
Sunday, February 1, 2009
All of the managers from my work went to see Bride Wars as an afternoon retreat. I didn't have anyone who could watch Shelby since it was a Wednesday afternoon. She came to the movies with us. Poor girl had a fever and didn't feel well. I gave her some Tylenol and she slept on my shoulder almost the entire movie. Our Activities Director, Melody decorated the bus everyone (except SHelby and I) rode on. She had rose petals down the aisle and sprinkled on the seats. She also made goodie bags for us. They had popcorn and candy in them. It was so much fun to get out of the building and have some fun together!
Shelby has become quite the little sharer. When she plays in her command center we usually give her a few treats. One day I looked over at her and she was giving our dog Kaya some of her treats. It's was so funny. Sometimes she teases Kaya and just lets her have a lick. Kaya is very good natured and takes what she can get.
Saturday, January 31, 2009
I have a new hobby. One of my friends from work has got me started on digital scrapbooking. I still have so much to learn, but I am enjoying it so far. I hope to kill two birds with one stone. As I create a scrapbook page, I will post it on my blog. That way I can keep my blog somewhat up to date. Here is a page from New Years Day. We spent a nice, relaxing day at home playing.
Monday, December 29, 2008
On January 26 Trent and I went to St. George for Megan's wedding. She married Curtis Graff at the Dixie Center. I was 7 months pregnant and looked like I was going to pop! The ceremony was nice and Megan looked so beautiful. It was a long day for the entire family. We all helped to get the room set up for the ceremony and lucheon, then reset up for the reception later that night.