Monday, December 8, 2008
Sunday, November 23, 2008
Jayce, Camden, and Carsen had a lot of fun on the merry-go-round.
We took our little turtle to the Trunk-or-Treat at our church.
This is one of those pictures he is going to try to keep us from sharing when he's older!
Pumpkin Works has corn mazes and a little hay maze for the kiddos. This was a tunnel that Jayce was enjoying crawling through.
He went through all the pumpkins trying to sit them all stems up. He tried really hard to move pumpkins that were nearly bigger than him.
Having fun at the park when we went to visit Jenny and Dave.
We hiked a trail at Shades State Park with the teens on our camping trip. The weather was beautiful!
This was right after we awoke to Jayce standing at the side of the air mattress in the tent. He did great on his first camping trip. He tried to help chop wood for the fire and had a great time hunting for the moon with mommy while daddy lead the teens in Bible study. It was a great time to be reminded of our blessings and God's creativity.
Friday, October 3, 2008
Just chillin' on his new couch.
Uncle T and Carsen with Jayce at the Indy Zoo.
Mommy and Jayce with the zebras.
A very tired crew of boys...ready to leave the zoo.
One of Daddy's favorite times...Nuthin' better than a sleepin' baby!
I heard laughs and cries coming from his room on this one!
We went fishin' with Grandma & Grandpa Riggle and Nathan. Didn't catch a thing...not even a nibble. It was a beautiful day...probably the last one that will be warm enough for shorts for a while!
Friday, September 26, 2008
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
Monday, August 4, 2008
Well we have entered the blogging world and I hope that I can keep up with this as much as I would like. I have been visiting my cousins' blog spots for about a year now and decided that I would finally take the plunge myself after reading a book that made me realize that this may be the way God has chosen for me to document the life of my family. I have always been envious of those "overachievers" who create beautiful scrapbooks of the lives of their children and still have time to parent. While I will probably still attempt to put together a book of my 16 month-old's first year, I think it will be much easier and perhaps much more therapeutic for me to simply blog a story every so often. Thanks for visiting our site and feel free to comment any time. We love to hear from people and definitely want to offer any encouragement we possibly can to people experiencing life with or around us.