Saturday, December 27, 2008

Christmas gift

Merry Christmas to you all....I know, a little late. Christmas around here was wonderful as always! I just love spending time with my family, the laughs we all have together are forever stored in my memory bank...

I received the camera I have been asking for (thanks to all you Nikon user's) from my 3 favorite "men" in this world, I bet they are happy they got that for me (it's glued to my eye)!! Here are a few pics, not the greatest yet, still trying to figure this thing out (WOW!), oh the make and model of the camera is the Nikon D90 and I love it so much...thanks boys!

No cropping or editing was done (only because I can't figure that out yet either).

My new boots....pretty fancy!

Friday, December 19, 2008

Birthday Boys

Gavin and Luke's birthday's are this week (convenient) so we decided to throw a little "family" get together for the boys...and yes for 6 years now they have been celebrating their birthday's together (they seriously don't mind), Gavin's Birthday is December 17th and Luke's birthday is December 20th (awesome planning on our part ). The boys had the best cake ever, it was a maple bar cake from Top Foods, thanks Grandma!!!!
I love you boys, you are my world. xo~Mom

Saturday, December 13, 2008


Meet, Zane Anthony Enzo Gunter, he arrived on December 13th @ 1:30 AM weighing in at 6lbs. 10oz. and 18in. long (just a little peanut). Born to my Brother Cody and his beautiful wife Crystal.

I love him so much.

He has the most gorgeous eyelashes (first thing I noticed).

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Finally it came out!!!

Gavin has been working on losing this tooth for about a week now, we seem to go through the same drama every time he has a loose tooth...he won't let us help, he whines about it hurting, he wants the tooth out now, but he freaks if we say we're going to pull it out ourselves, so I finally pretend like I don't care anymore about the tooth and Joel tells him "I bet you will cry when it comes out", this really gets him going. So after all was "performed" and said on our part...Gavin comes down the stairs and says (as he is holding his tooth in his hand) "who said I would cry when my tooth came out" (he says this all tough like)!! So the tooth is out and like every other tooth of his, it was no big deal.

Our "special" tree

This year we approached finding a Christmas tree a little different...OK, so "I" approached it a little different. I thought it would nice to choose the Christmas tree that would never have a home...we call it the "special" or the "orphan Annie" tree. I must have had a soft heart that day... I am completely in love with our tree though. The pictures actually make her look better than she really is, she truly is the "special" tree.

Here is our "perfect" x-mas tree...
The top is seriously 2 feet tall...and she has quite a bend to her...
While out looking for the "perfect" Christmas tree (which actually took a long time), I had told the boys who ever found the best "abnormal" tree out there they would get a surprise....Guess who got the surprise!


Merry Christmas