Labor Day Camping
St. Anthony's with the Warrens and Wissingers:
Hayden taking Grandma for a ride
on his NEW "Lightning McQueen" 4-wheeler!
Grandpa and Hayden at the Lake
Jessica and Jocelyn
Safety First when it comes to Shooting Guns.
You Gotta Wear Ear Protection
LOOK AT THOSE CHUBBY CHEEKS!!
Smile, Aunt Jamie and Jocelyn
Petting Zoo at Bear World:
Gavin, Britain, and Hayden with fat Goat
Amusement Park at Bear World:
Gavin, Britain, and Hayden
Grandma and Grandpa Spoiling the Grandkids
Thanksgiving Point Farms
Jocelyn, Hayden, Joshua, and Jarom
How long can we keep them in there?
Who would put that cute face behind bars?
Hayden had Fun...
And Jocelyn couldn't decide if she liked it or not.
BYU Dance Performance
Our family went to the "BYU 'Zeum" with the Walker family, and afterwards got ice cream in the WILK. While eating, "Hayden's Song" came on and he just had to dance. I caught a little bit of his performance.
Brian, Hayden, Jessica, and Jocelyn
Hayden and Kayden
Little Bunny Foo-Foo
Brian's a BIG 30
Brian's New, New Motorcycle
Brian said that his other motocycle (the one he got in June), was too unsafe and old to drive on the freeway... And plus, he got a really good deal on this one... And he said it could be a late birthday gift.
(You're not fooling anyone!)
Congrats on your new sexy bike!
Our Pretty Little Girl
Jocelyn's first official word (besides "mama" and "dada") was "sit". I was pulling Jocelyn and Hayden in the wagon and had to tell her about a dozen times to "sit", she started repeating me. But with Jocelyn's lisp it sounds like she is saying "s*it". She practiced "s*it" over and over and over again, for a couple of days. We would laugh each time she said it, and being the ham she is, she would say it again and again to get another laugh.
A couple days later she learned the word "go" while playing on the slide.
These two words summarize Jocelyn perfectly:
She Never SITS and Always GOES!
More Hayden Quotes:
One evening, I was making a zillion candy hand-outs for Primary. They were all piled high on the table, when Hayden came in, saw the pile and said, "Mom, you're a Beast, Man!"
(Has he been hanging out with his Uncle Kyle too much?)
After getting Jocelyn ready one morning, Hayden walks into her room and says, "Jocelyn you look FANTASTIC!". I ask him, "What does that mean?". He replies, "Means even better."
Hayden saw a picture of a moose and said, "look mom it's an elk." I say to him, "No, it's a moose."Which he then replies with conviction and a know-it-all attitude, "Well, Grandpa calls them elk!"