Thursday, March 13, 2008

March Madness

If I blogged as much as I thought about blogging, then I'm sure this would be a lot more interesting! Instead, I get sidetracked and a month goes by and I have procrastinated to the max. Either way...we've been having a good ole time and here are some pics to prove it!

Noelle thinks her own feet are pretty hilarious...and basically anything my mom does with her :)

Me and Austen just chillaxin...that kid loves the camera.

Um, Landon liked the baby doll a little more than Jordan and were comfortable with.

Noelle LOVES this baby...she cracks up everytime she sees her and insists that she sleep in her "insist" I mean pointing and grunting.

Classic...I have no idea what he is cracking up about.

Last weekend we went to our friend Braidyn's birthday party at Hootz fun zone. It's basically a warehouse of big inflatable slides and jumpers things. We had such a blast watching the boys play. I was SHOCKED that Landon ended up liking it. I literally drug him on to the first play set while he was screaming bloody murder...I could see all the other mom's shaking their heads. But it ended up being worth it for him. Next year we will conquer the fear of precipitation, in 2008 the battle against slides was officially won.

Probably my favorite picture of Landon so far too date.

It's faster that it looks! Austen went down about 1,852 times.

I have to admit Jordan and I had our fair share of sliding too :)

Here is one party goer who did not slide. I would like to dedicate this picture to the manufacturers of Benadryl...I love you.

"Landon, I promise we will come back to Hoot's again soon" He was not so pleasant on the car ride home.

Just in case you were wondering what Landon looks like at bedtime after a day at Hoot's with no nap...there you have it. (There was no Benadryl involved in the taking of this picture). I do love snuggle time. :)

In other Young-related news...Jordan is doing fantastic in school. He's maintaining all A's so far...even in college algebra! I am so very proud of him. We've also been checking out some other churches in Albuquerque and are so encouraged at what the body of Christ is doing here. I think we are guilty of putting ourselves in a social bubble and not paying attention to basic needs of our city and as far away as Haiti. We have been incredibly challenged spiritually these last few months. We are daily, prayerfully seeking wisdom in our decisions. I truly believe God has something planned with us that is better than anything I can ask or imagine. But asking and imagining is kind of wearing me out, so I've simply resorted to listening and obeying.

I think that's all for now. I'll try to be a more consistent blogger....GOSH!