Thursday, May 20, 2010

Girly Day!

On May 8th at our community clubhouse they had a Mother/Daughter Girly Day! We made bows, body glitter, bracelets, and gave each other manicures. There was also a lunch and dessert served. It was a fun day to relish in the fact that I have two beautiful daughters that I love and adore. They are so sweet and fun and I can't imagine life without them... they truly make me so proud. I don't have any boys and so I don't know the joy of a mother/son relationship, although I am sure it is amazing. But I am a daughter of an amazing woman, I have two wonderful sister's, and I have been blessed to have two of my own precious daughter's. I feel blessed and I love my girls so much. I hope that as they grow we will grow closer and learn from one another. They make me want to be better, do better, and love better. My friend Jamie and her girls, Nikki and Kayli were there for the girly day! What a fun day!!
Making hair bows, not my specialty!!
They had lunch and dessert, it was great!

I love my girls!! They are so fun and we have a blast together!!

Sadie making body glitter(aloe vera and glitter...who knew)

More body glitter...
Making bracelets

This was one I could handle!
I can't believe she is almost 8, I just feel so lucky to be her mom!

Sadie is my sassy 5 year old. She is so girly girl, she wants her nails painted everyday, she was in heaven here!!

Tuesday, February 16, 2010


Here are a few pictures of us playing in the snow. I had not beeen sledding in years and it was so much fun!

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Merry Christmas!!

We went to Flagstaff this year and it was so great to be home. I will always consider Flag home and it feels so good to go back, especially during the holidays! There was a perfect amount of snow for us to play in, yet not freezing temperatures. My girls love to go to Flagstaff and always tell me how much they want to move there. Zoe tells me how good it feels to be back and we drive around town she points out all the places she remembers. I just laugh because we moved when she was 22 months old!!! My whole family came to my brother's house. This was his first time hosting everyone and luckily they just finished their basement, or else we would nothave all fit. There were 10 adults and 25 kids in a house with about 2000 sq feet. It was so much fun and I love it now that my kids are older because they hang out with their cousins and play and I may not see them for hours! I am grateful for my family and that we have each other tthrough the good and the ugly! David and I bought each other a camera for an early anniversary present but we had not yet figured out how to use, so some of these pictures are out of focus. Christmas Eve - I sure love my girls
Sadie with her horse Christmas morning
Zoe and Troy and Gabrielle
Tradition of opening one present Christmas Eve
Christmas morning hair and glasses for me-Zoe has wanted a Snuggie for so long, thanks Santa!

Finding their stockings!
Zoe, Brynn, Sadie, and Jack
Making cookies for Santa
Grandpa Conway exchanging gifts with the grandkids. I must say that since my mom passed away he has done an amazing job of remembering the grandkids and doing his best to do as she did!!! I love you dad, you are amazing.