Thursday, June 10, 2010


Cole my 1 year old

Our baby Cole turned 1 yesterday. we had a fun little party with family and friends. He had a fun time sticking his finger in the cake one lick at a time. more photos to come...

Saturday, June 5, 2010


Hunter really enjoys playing the Wii and Cole loves to sit right by him but insist he has his own set of Wii remotes. It so funny. The other day Cole fell asleep in the living room and he was holding a Wii remote, He and had a very tight grip, I had to pry it out of his hands. Hunter wanted to wear his cowboy boots to church and so he did.


Right down the street from our house is a local fruit stand. I love that I can get fresh fruit year round. While I was there I went to pay for my items and only had $9 cash but the total was $11 I went to take back the rasberries and he said don't worry I take the $9. So grateful for nice people.

Father & Son Campout

Eric and Hunter loaded up all the gear they needed for the overnight camp and headed out the door. The hiked from our house to the campsite. It was at one of the ward members 5 acre lot. Which is a 2 minute walk from our house. It's a beautiful piece of property and has lots of trees, cabanas, grass...perfect for camping. They had a great time and want to do it again soon.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

mud caves

The HUGE steep hill we had to descend once we were out of the cave at the very top of the mountain. Hunter and I slide the whole way down on our bums. Eric was super hero and ran down it.
The whole gang the braved climbing in the hidden cave. It was really intense at one point you have to crawl on your elbows and drag the rest of your body along a 20 foot narrow corridor of dust.

Hunter and I waiting our turn to ascend the 15 foot rope that takes you to the higher level of the cave. Look how dirty we are.

Eric was our groups guide. Handsome one!!

Hunter skateboarding in the desert

Cole was a great baby this trip.

Someone build this dinosaur skeleton out of rocks it was very cool.

Our camping trip was to Anza-Borego Desert, about a 2hour drive from our home. We camped there one night. We hiked the mud caves during the day. It was a fun little family trip with the YW & YM of our ward.