Sunday, April 27, 2008


Ever since we moved to Roy and when we hear the train or go to the store Jaxon would always ask when he could ride the "road runner". I promised him several times that no matter how much it cost that we would be going (not knowing that it would be free for the first 3 days).

So yesterday around 5 we headed to the Roy station and the line was quite long, but we decided that it would be worth the wait for the kids and us. We waited for an hour and a half, but it was all worth it. Ashton wasn't too sure about it after we got on, he kept saying he was done and would scream. Then after a few minutes he was in heaven. Jaxon loved it, but he fell asleep after about 30 mins of being on the train, by this time it was already 8pm and he was pretty worn out from the day. We rode all the way to SLC and didn't get home until 10:30pm, but it was so much fun and I can't wait to do it again. Here are some pics from the day and I will post more soon....

Saturday, April 19, 2008

Bicycle Accident

After he was cleaned up everything looked so much better.

So on Thursday my oldest Jaxon comes in the house after being out side with his dad riding his bike and his entire face is covered in blood. I can handle anything but blood, I took one look at him and immediatly felt sick to my stomach. He is not even crying so I am even more worried, he says to me "Mommy, don't worry I will be fine". Both of my kids have a high pain tolerance just like my Mom, nothing phases them. So I try to talk him into letting me get him cleaned up and he refuses, so my Husband says lets wait a little bit and let him get settled down and then we will get him cleaned up. Well the cut in his head is bleeding so bad that we can't control it. I call my Mom and she comes to the rescue and we get him cleaned up, so after 5 bandaids, 4 washclothes and tears, we got him cleaned. He is doing good, he had a headache for a while, but he survived and is the bravest boy I know. This is why he should of had his helmet on and thats partly my fault, because his helmet is at Grandma's.

Monday, April 14, 2008


Being from a family of all girls having my two boys has been quite the experience. I grew up a major girly girl, I played barbie's, I thought I was a princess (it some cases knew I was), I loved pink and I thought that getting dirty was the most disgusting thing on earth.

So here I am with two little boys, who I adore more than anything in this world. My boys are definetly boys, they will do anything to not stay clean, I swear dirt attracts them, water attracts them and mud attracts them. Which is fine with me, I have grown to love hot wheels, tractors, dump trucks, dirt and anything that might attract a little boy. My boys have taught me so much about life, its the littlest things that mean the most. Children have such an imagination, my oldest always tells me what he is going to buy me when he gets older, they always think about people or want to do for people. I love my kids more than anything and I am so blessed to have them in my life.

Sunday, April 13, 2008

So we don't live even a mile away from the park, it takes us like two minutes to get there and the boys love it. We find ourselves going there every single chance we get. Here are some pictures from the park about a week ago.

Relaxing Weekend

So I haven't had my boys since Friday morning, yes I was going crazy. This is the first time Ashton has been away from me this long, I know he is one almost two, but he has never gone camping without Mommy and Daddy.

So Friday, I get home and I am wondering why my house is so quiet, I went to Walmart and bought me a new book and then came home and read all of it but two chapters. Saturday I woke up at 8am, I know that is late for me and went to Walmart and lunch with my sister. I am still feeling lost without my boys, because I bring them everywhere I go. I finished my book yesterday and I couldn't believe it, I haven't read an entire book since Jaxon was a baby.

So today I wake up and still lonely without my boys here, I started calling my Mom at 7:30 to find out when they would be home. She called around 9:30 and said they were at here house already and believe me I was there in 15 mins. Its so crazy how you always think about wanting peace and quiet, but the minute your kids are gone you can't live with out them or you miss them so much. I am so glad to have them home even though I know they had a blast and I needed one of those relaxing weekends.

Today is beautiful outside and I am going to take the boys to the park...