I got the kid's pictures done a while ago. The kids did pretty well. Kaden's still in the cheeser phase and it took some work to get Ellie to smile. Kameron was a happy boy except when he was on the suitcase tower!
Wednesday was Ellie's birthday. I can't believe she's already four. She's a super sweet little girl but still packs a little sass. She still loves her blanket named One although she doesn't need it as much anymore. She loves anything sweet especially chocolate. If you come sit by her while you are eating she asks for the WHOLE thing of whatever you have. (She says, "Can I have the whole of it?") We love our baby girl!
Here's Ellie with her birthday money from my grandparents. Five whole dollars!
Kaden was so excited to get her a present. He picked one out for her himself. He gave her princess walkie talkies. They've been playing with them all week even though they don't even work.
We went to the park for lunch then took the kids to Toy Story 3. They loved the movie and I'll admit it was pretty funny. Then of course we went to Texas Roadhouse for dinner! Ellie's choice!
Here's my Happy Kamper! He has to have something in his mouth at all times!
These are the things Ellie wanted for her birthday: a chocolate cake with chocolate frosting, a pink princess computer and a suitcase.
She loves to dress up as a princess. Grandma Wakley made a good choice!
Then Jesse and Nick surprised the kids with a trampoline. They set it up in the backyard while we distracted the kids. We've been telling them they could have one for a couple months but the weather has been horrible. This was the best picture I could get. They love the tramp. They go out there first thing in the morning. Mom and dad don't mind jumping either! Happy Birthday Ellie! We love you!
It's been super long since I posted. Not a lot has been happening. We did go to American Falls Reservoir with the Edwards. We got rained on a little bit but it ended up being a nice day. The kids had tons of fun.
Ellie had to take her shirt off like the boys. Oh well.
Jesse and Nick spent the whole time being good examples for the children. They were trying to hit birds with rocks. Luckily they did NOT succeed. Boys will be boys!