Owen! I can't believe you are 5 months old! Wow! It still feels like I should be pregnant and now you're getting so big! February 28th seems like yesterday! What a sweet little spirit has joined our big family! I'm trying to remember everything you do because I know soon you'll be walking and talking and I won't have a little baby anymore! I love you lil bubba!
Tuesday, July 29, 2008
Posted by Krishelle at 7:54 AM
Friday, July 25, 2008
I really can't believe my lil bobo is 3!
July 25, 2005
18 inches long
Time flies! My lil chatterbox is getting sooo big!
You are so excited for your swimming party tonight; you keep asking if it's time yet. You are so persistent!
I love that you're a mama's boy. You always want to hold my hand and sit next to me. I've asked you many times why you want to do these things and you always say, " Because you're cute and I love you."
What a sweet boy you are! I love you!
I hope all your wishes come true!
Posted by Krishelle at 12:23 PM
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
HAPPY BIRTHDAY MY 1ST BORN!!!
1 decade ago, you were born.
July 8, 1998 7:07 am
6lbs 15 oz 18 1/2 inches long!
Now you're HUGE!
You've come to discover so many of the talents that Heavenly Father has blessed you with!
You're awesome @ Karate! You love to ride your skateboard, scooter, bike and the ATVs.
You're excellent student and a pretty good big brother!
Thank you for choosing us as your family!
We love ya tons big guy! Enjoy your new Tech Decks, movie and books!
What will the next decade bring? Mission, College? We hope so!
Love ya Tay!
Love, Mom, Dad, Autumn, Avery Harrison and Owen!
Posted by Krishelle at 3:48 PM
Monday, July 7, 2008
I can't believe the summer is here! And boy did it arrive with a fiery vengance!
Wow! It is such a scorcher already!
I haven't had too much time to share w/ you all the fab fun we've been having!
We are leaving tomorrow for our annual Gale Reunion Camping Trip!
I am so excited! I love the mountains! Especially Beaver Mountain in Utah. I have spent every summer there w/ the exception of 3.
I love that I can share this Wonder of God's Creations w/ my kids!
They too love Beaver Mountain. They are awesome fishermen/women!
Taylor out fishes everyone all the time. He's the 1st to catch a fish and the 1st to catch his limit. He can tie, bait, cast, catch and gut is fish all by himself!
Autumn can bait and almost cast her pole herself. She gets so excited about reeling in a catch that she practically screams!
Avery and Harrison are learning now and I know soon they will be little fisherkids along with the other 2!
My kids love learning the names of the plants and flowers and trees that grow there.
Their favorite part besides fishing is riding the Bikes (4 wheelers). Harrison always wants a ride and Taylor is already asking for his own.
I am so excited to get out of this heat! I am looking forward to seeing my family and cooking w/ them, laughing w/ them and being w/ them. Unfortunatly, my lil sis won't be there. She just had her 3rd baby on the 21 of June. Yeah for her family though!
I'm an aunt again x 5, soon the be the 6x!
I hope you all have a fab 2 weeks w/out me! lol!
I will have tons of tales to share upon my return!
Posted by Krishelle at 10:58 PM
Tuesday, July 1, 2008
This weekend Harrison, Owen & I spent Saturday evening at my parents house. Since My mom has my girls in Delta and Jason had Tay on Beaver Mountain, we decided to hang out.
We took over some oatmeal raisin cookies to share w/ my dad ( they're his fave ). Harrison was sitting on the couch eating his umpteenth cookie while my dad's 2 shelties ( dogs ) sat and waited for a crumb or two. Skampi, the little one, kept putting her paws on the couch near Harrison. He looks at the dogs and says "You guys are a bunch of criminals! Get away from my cookie!"
My dad and I laughed so hard! I have no idea where he heard that word or even knew how to use it!
What's even funnier is that night when he was half a sleep in bed he says to me "Grandpa has a bunch of criminals at his house."
Needless to say, I had a smile on my face that night as I went to sleep.
Guess Grandpa needs to reform some dogs.
Posted by Krishelle at 6:05 AM