How does TJ celebrate Father's Day? By taking some well-deserved time off?
Sunday, June 27, 2010
Send them to the back yard where there's a full wading pool and ask them not to get wet. Will they stay dry? No. Will they stay out of your way because they're having the time of their lives flirting with the water's edge? Ohhh, yes.
Taylor was feeling a little camera-shy. Can you tell?
Lawson wasn't feeling shy. As usual.
Karaoke Brunch at Patti Tippets' house. Yes, brunch.
Proving once again that Mormons need neither late hours nor alcohol in order to be goofy.
Spencer and Kristen's baby boy was born last month! His name is Weston Spencer Monnett, and he is oh so adorable! Hail to the Monnett son who has come bearing hair! He is a lucky baby to have such great people for parents. I am so proud of my brother and his sweet wife. Welcome to the family, Weston!
Monday, June 21, 2010
Jody Cheever came over at about nine this morning to take the kids to the park and then to her house to play. She's such a dear! I put Paul down this morning for what turned out to be a long nap, and have been enjoying remarkable productivity for the past three hours. I wonder if she's waiting for me to come and get the kids? Maybe I'll just wait and see.
Here is the house we closed on last Friday. Because we weren't planning on closing until later, we're going ahead with our plans to move early next week. A series of large and small miracles lead us to and enabled us to buy this place. It's in Bloomington Hills, just five minutes from TJ's work, seven to Georgia's house, and about fifteen from Mom and Dad's house. We are sooooo grateful for the outpouring of blessings we're experiencing. We can't wait to move in and start fixing up our house and making it our own. Nine days and counting!
Sunday, June 6, 2010
Sadly, I remembered to take this picture only after Alison had gone home. As you can see, someone had made some kind of wisecrack right before the picture was taken, so we're all laughing. Pretty fitting, since most of our discussions were less than acedemic and were conducted at decible levels that would wake some of the dead authors whose work we talked about. Ask TJ. He'll tell ya how loud we get. We also have had a lot of fun going out for dessert and occasionally shopping together. I will miss you ladies!