Monthly Archives: June 2011

Fathers are so special

Father’s Day had to start a little earlier than anticipated this year, due to Daddy’s new calling (and its laundry list of meetings to attend). In order to keep Daddy going all day long, we started with a custom-made breakfast.

Then I had to wake up the kids so they could give him his present.

A new tie!!!

And of course you wouldn’t really be a parent if you didn’t have somebody to eat your food for you!

We also made photo ties for the Grandpas. Grandpa Anderson sent us this photo of his!

Fathers really are special. Raine and Carter are the luckiest kids in the world to have such an awesome Daddy! He provides every comfort life has to offer; he knows how to have fun; he has a way of teaching the kids how to work and love it; he is always in a good mood; and best of all, he is a FABULOUS cook!!

We love you!

Why am I so behind on this blog?

Because we have been spending as much time as possible at NRH2O, riding the water slides and floating around the endless river.

Last Thursday we drove over to the Dallas Museum of Nature and Science with some of our friends, Dawson and Kelsey Aydelott and the Staheli family.

(Daddy’s new calling in the Bishopric has also been a contributing factor . . . but mostly the playing.)