Tuesday, June 23, 2009
The boat practically put them both to sleep. I think this is the longest Carson has ever sat on my lap. I tried to take in as much of it as I could.
Cade with Jason. This picture reminds me a bit of What About Bob? "I'm sailing....I'm sailing!" Cade just looks so stiff!
Posted by Shane and Amy Jo at 11:31 AM
Friday, June 12, 2009
It has been fun to watch my dad as a grandpa. He loves to show off his grandsons like no one else. He also insists that he hold BOTH boys at the same time...all of the time. I love it. I just think it's cute. Thanks for being such a fun grandpa, Dad.
We spent the weekend in Twin on our way back from Park City. As always, it was a fun visit. We happen to be there during Western Days...that really made it feel like home! So we took the boys to the parade, their first one! They did really well, until we had a little incident. Cade got sunscreen in his eyes...and it all went downhill from there. Thankfully, my dad and Lauren were there to help us out. We also got to eat us some Cafe Rio...twice. It was a great end to a great week.
Posted by Shane and Amy Jo at 10:10 AM
Monday, June 8, 2009
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Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Posted by Shane and Amy Jo at 9:40 PM
Here's a clip of Carson playing with the family dog, Addy. He pats Addy the same way he pounds on the table, or any hard surface for that matter. We think he's hilarious.
The boys enjoyed playing some chess in Park City with Grandma Tucker.
Posted by Shane and Amy Jo at 9:23 PM
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
The boys had a recent visit to the Doctor for their 18 month visit. Our last visit was relatively uneventful. They did well...despite their shots. This time, however, they put up a fight. They fussed and whined from the second we stepped into the room to the second we left. It was like they knew it wasn't a happy place. They were such a handful. Glad we don't have to go very often. In the end, we learned what we pretty much already knew. They are both happy, healthy, and very different from each other.
Cade is still our little light-weight. He weighed 21 lbs. which landed him in the 3rd percentile. His height is in the 6th percentile.
Posted by Shane and Amy Jo at 11:13 PM