Sunday, November 29, 2009

Disney on Ice

A few weeks ago we took Brookie to Disney on Ice: Princesses and it was the best thing we could have ever done! It was so cool and Brookie is still telling us about it to this day. She wanted to wear her Cinderella dress which I would've never thought of so, GO Brookie!!!!

Afterwards we went to Cheesecake Factory and got dinner. It was pretty late at that point, I was exhausted and I think Brookie was too. We had so much fun though!

Monday, November 9, 2009

The "Real" Ultrasound

I had my "real" ultrasound appointment today. By "real" I mean my normal doctor did it, not the place in the mall. Sadly enough I have gained 4 pounds in 3 weeks!!!! Are we kidding???!!! It's always fun to be able to see the baby growing inside of you. The doctor says it's definately a BOY!!! And he has long fingers and a big head. After we were done I asked, "Everything looks good, right?" He said, "No, everything looks GREAT!!!!" Which is a huge relief, you always worry something will be wrong. Here is our little guy at 21 weeks.

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Thursday, November 5, 2009

Two Loves of My Life!!

Cinderella with her Daddy

Monday, November 2, 2009


My sister-in-law is going to Hair School and her school was having a little thing at their school for Halloween. So I took Brookie and her 2 kids over there. They had all sorts of little games to do. We put one little hair extension in the girls hair, which Brookie still has it, she loves it. They got their faces painted.

Brookie getting a star.

Kaylie got a flower


Jayden got a spider web.

Later on in the day I took my sweet Cinderella to the downtown park where businesses were handing out candy. It was pretty lame but she was just excited to be getting candy.

Showing me her pretzels she got.

Here she is completely ready, gloves and all. I'm not quite sure what the head tilt is in all the pictures. She was doing it in every picture we took.

After the park, we went to my parents house. My mom has a tradition of making taco soup, corn bread and homemade root beer every year on Halloween. So we filled our tummies before I took her to our ward's and another wards trunk or trick. Whoever thought of those, is brilliant!!! She got more than enough candy and we were done within 30 minutes. Brooklyn was completely content with what she got. She kept saying, "Mom that was so much fun!"