Then we went to Grandma and Grandpa H's house for a birthday dinner and party. He got some fun stuff from them and Grandma and Grandpa B. He also had fun hanging out with aunt Nata, uncle Ry and uncle Landon.
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
The front door.
Darth Vader (Jack) greeted all the guests.
We played lots of fun Star Wars games.
Outside the Jedi's in training played "Jedi, Jedi, Stormtrooper".
Light saber and Darth Vader cake.
The party finished with the Jedi's in training going for a scavenger hunt around the yard, they found a great treasure in the end! Luke had a great party and loved having his friends over for some fun.
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
I can't believe Max is three months old today. He is growing so fast and learning so many new tricks. When I got home from Young Womens tonight Randy told me that Max allegedly "rolled over" when I was gone. Of course, the baby saves the big tricks for when I'm not around. I naturally didn't believe him, so we put Max on the floor and sure enough it didn't take a minute and he rolled from back to belly. (I know my baby is a genius).
Other things aside, the cutest trick Max does these days is his giggle guts. It is a little disturbing what gets him to laugh, you will see in the following video that the family snorting at him like pigs works the very best. He is a big boy now weighing in at 13 1/2 pounds, and still always STARVING! (and yes that is a pull-up on the floor...oh the life)
Monday, October 6, 2008
Saturday, October 4, 2008
Everyone had a good time. It was the first time I had been to the circus, so I think I'm good for another 30 years. The next day Jack asked when we could go again and I told him it was kind of like going to Disneyland, we can't go every year. Luke asked when we could go to daddy's office again. (hmmm...I wonder what Luke thought of the circus)
Hey boys, the ball is over there. Like I said they are warming up to it.
They also get to play with cousin Nick (Randy's sister Julie's son), he's the one kicking in this picture ^. It is fun for them to be able to play with their cousin, and to see them so often.
Jack is a good mentor, he tries to remind Luke when the ball is coming to kick it and which way to go.
Even though he is 2+ years younger than everyone on the team, Luke is still bigger than half of the kids.
When our aggressive little Luke is feeling nervous, he just follows around Jack and stays right on his tail, then when they are in the middle of the bunch he will hold on to Jack jersey. What a good big brother to protect him.
Great kick Jack!
A little embarrassed by his mother's endless cheering.
Luke is very proud of his uniform, we have a hard time getting him to wear anything else during the week. Church could be interesting. (do you think cleats are inappropriate "dress shoes"?)