Monday, December 21, 2009

Reporting just on the weekend...

The trio travelers arrived very late Saturday night
straight from icy shivery Provo.
They just missed their cousin Nicole's wedding to Nate, by hours.But they were here for Austin's baptism yesterday!

Cousin Jake and his girlfriend Katie. Cousins Ashley, and McKay.

Good friends forever, is what I predict. Davey, Austin, Ty
Cutie Lauren with Carly and Enoch's baby Jude, the tallest baby I have ever seen. And definitely good looking too.


This was the first time in years G & G had all 4 of their grandsons in the same room with them.
They were happier than happy about that.
Uncle Tyler listening to Chandler play his piano
The 3 goofballs.
Elora and Macie with Uncle McKay


Camers loving Great Grandma's food!
Jonas crying through every bite Aunt Erin gives him.
Relieved to find out I'm not the only one he does this with.
He only wants his oatmeal from Mom or Dad!

This is McKay's. "I miss McKenna" face.

Every bed here is filled. Crazy and happy days.

btw, I am doing a post soon on how to unclog a toilet. We discovered the most amazing trick!

15 comments:

grandmapeg said...

Great pictures and everybody looks like they are having fun. You're right...it is cold here in Utah so your kids are enjoying your warmer temperatures I'm sure. I'm sure you're loving every minute of having a full house...and this is just the beginning!!! Thanks for sharing your pictures.

Tom and Karen Mortensen said...

Love all these pictures. I heard from my mom about all the wonderful activities that went on. I am so happy about Austin. Glad he was able to be baptized. I loved seeing the pictures of "my kids".(Ashley, Lauren, Davey) They all looks really good. I am coming in tomorrow. Can't wait to see you. I am also excited about the toilet thing. I have unclogged two toilets with the toilet brush.

Dad and Susan said...

Well, This was quite a post! Every picture brought with it wonderful and happy news! THE PICTURES ADD SO MUCH. I can imagine that G & G are beyond thrilled. What a great reunion! We're so happy for Austin too. He deserves this and kudos for his wanting it so badly. Love, Dad and Susan

Eileen said...

Oh, you have a full house! Joy to you all! I hope everyone has a wonderful visit and gets their fill of family time to last them awhile!
My, you've been so busy with many Blessed activities! I think that's wonderful.
Congratulations to Austin and to the happy couple!
I loved seeing all the pictures of your beautiful family and all the family gatherings you've been attending.

And I would surely like to know the secret of unclogging a toilet! I'll be anxiously awaiting that post!

All the best,
Eileen

Mary said...

I think the best thing about the holidays is gathering the family together. It's so cool that you have a packed house!

I also can't wait to hear about the toilet trick. Our front bathroom toilet (kids' bathroom) gets clogged regulary, ever since we bought this house 17 years ago, so we need a good trick!!

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Richard said...

I think devoramakowsk is completely out of line. This is one of your best posts ever!

Richard said...

And, no, devoramakowsk, Tyler is NOT Chinese, although he loves all people and ethnicities.

Jill said...

Thanks to you Richard, I cannot stop laughing.

Grandmotherfairy said...

What a wonderful week-end you had...the baptism was wonderful...your boys are amazing! Merry Christmas!

McKenna said...

Jill- I love that you keep a blog so I can see how all of you are doing all the way in Clovis. Montana has been seeming pretty far away. It looks like you are having such a wonderful time! I wish I could have been there for Austin's baptism and to hear McKay speak! I'm excited to meet the rest of Logan and Amy's family!
P.S. McKay looks so handsome as usual!

tyler said...

I've actually been told on about four separate occasions that I look half-Asian.

tyler said...

And, my parents were asked if I was their foreign exchange student before I went on my mission.

Grandma Honey said...

Well usually Tyler you have your eyes open during a picture. You have never looked asian to me. It would be fine to look asian if you were asian, but you aren't.

Sue said...

Boy, don't you ever wish you lived in the days when families all just lived together in some farming community and everyone got to see everyone else all the time?

At least we have Christmas, right?! I'm glad your family is having such a good time.

=)