3 Inspiring Sons…and their Little Sister »

Masthead header

Monthly Archives: August 2008

Home is where your heart is!

And right now that means in a tiny TLF (Temporary Lodging Facility) at Eielson AFB. But we’re together and that’s the most important thing! We’ve finished moving out of our house (I cannot take ANY credit as Jake and Jacob did ALL the work!) and now we’re going to have some much needed family time!…

View full post »

Families are Forever

The boys at the MTC When young men in the LDS Church turn 19, they can choose to serve a mission to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with others. They pay for it themselves and leave their family and friends for two years. It’s a big commitment and one that is life changing. I…

View full post »

Strep Throat

Well, I took Josh to the hospital tonight. Turns out he has strep throat! He woke up from sleeping ALL day (it was 5:30pm) and his hands and feet were blue! I am not an alarmist when it comes to illness and my kids, but the blue limbs freaked me out! So we headed straight…

View full post »

Just an update…

Jacob and his friend Anthony… (I have a teenager – almost!!) Sam and cousin Carter… they start kindergarten on Monday!Josh and Sam with friends Hannah and Katelynn… I’m hoping they all grow up and get married one day! Jacob can marry their older sister Tabitha. That way we keep it all in the family! Josh…

View full post »

First Day of School…

How cute is he?? Tyler, Katrina and Josh Tyler, Katrina and Josh all ready for school So, today’s the first day of school… I forgot how much I love taking those “first day of school” pictures. That’s something we missed out on last year while homeschooling! I forgot to do pictures because we never really…

View full post »

No More Tools?

So first of all, no pictures yet! I forgot the cord to hook my camera to my computer! I need to get one soon…Today Jake had a garage sale to sell what was left of his tools and misc household stuff. Since he finished the last of the projects two weeks ago, he’s been selling…

View full post »