Friday, December 31, 2010


Seth checking Santa out. He asked for a skateboard and snowboard but got a crossbow instead.
I didn't think that Justin really knew what was going on but when Santa asked him what he wanted he said "guns". Good thing Santa got him a Nerf gun for Christmas.
Unfortunately Tanner was unable to see Santa. Santa comes right after the school play and he wasn't feeling well so he was asleep at Grandma's house. Jason did ask Santa to please bring Tanner a cap gun, he has been waiting all year, and luckily Tanner got one.

Seth's Play

Seth attends a very small school in our little town. Every year they put on a school play and the whole community comes. This year he was an Elf and did an awesome job. He remembered all of his lines except one and his friend helped him when he forgot.

Seth and Annelei - the only two 1st graders at his school. She loves Seth but he says they are just friends.

Sunday, October 31, 2010

Tis The Season!!!

Halloween is always so much fun when you have kids! We made it through a fun Halloween party, 2 school parties, and trick-or-treating! My kids have enough candy to last the whole year. Where we live they give out a bunch of full size candy bars and some even gave out king size. Too much candy in this house!

1st Halloween - Our little lady bug!

The best picture I could get of our monkey!

"Buzz Lightyear to the rescue", that's what he was saying as I took this pic. He made the cutest Buzz!

Our Ninja warrior.

Of course none of them want to look at the camera at the same time.

Painting pumpkins and Seth's school party.
I love how they sometimes get along really well!

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Picture Overload!!!

2010 Fall Family Pictures

* I've posted more pictures on my facebook page! *

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Back To School!

The boys!
Justin helping me drop off the boys. He needs his backpack and sippy! It was so funny, he loaded his bag full of pull-ups!

Tanner's 1st day of Preschool! He's getting so big!

Seth's 1st day of 1st grade!

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Our Angel

Here's little Reagan in her adorable blessing dress. My mother-in-law bought it for her and I absolutely love it! Reagan was blessed on the 4th of July and Jason blessed her along with his older brother Matt and his Dad. There were only the three of them and the Bishop but the spirit was amazing. I loved how little and intamint the circle was. This was the 1st time that Grandpa Tracy was unable to participate but we know that he was there with us. We love our precious little angel!

Thursday, August 5, 2010

It's that time of year!

Yep, it's rodeo time! This year we had a blast at the Oakley Rodeo. We went early to sign the kids up for their events and when we got there they told us that they change the age limit to ride a sheep. 6 year old and above would have to ride a calf this year. I was a little nervous to let Seth ride but he has been practicing on our own calves and he really wanted to do it so I signed him up. He ended up riding pretty well but then he got bucked off the front of the calf and then stepped on. Thank goodness the only thing that happened is he got the wind knocked out of him. The kid is tough, he didn't even cry! I thought that now he would think twice about riding but he informed me that he just needs to practice more. OH BOY!!! Rodeo circuit here we come!
Justin watching the kids ride. He kept telling me "me sheep ride". Oh no, another cowboy!

Tanner doesn't care to ride but he does like the goat ribbon pull.
Seth right before his ride.
Showing off his injury! It was a perfect hoof print!
Behind the chutes!
My 3 little cowboys!
On the way to the Rodeo!

Thursday, July 15, 2010


We absolutely LOVE the 4th!!!!!
In my family growing up it was such a big and fun holiday and I am glad that I moved to a town where it is just as big of a deal. There are so many activities including the infamous parade where all of the kids decorate their bikes and ride them, the very patriotic program, a huge BBQ, foot races and games, and then the fireworks. This little town of Almo has a tradition of doing this on the 4th and great grandma & grandpa tell many stories about the races and festivities when they were kids. What a fun tradition!!!!
Justin Riding his Big Wheels in the parade. He can't reach the pedals so he walked the entire 1.5 -2 miles. I asked him if he wanted to stop and he just kept telling me "No, my bike"! Justin also took time out to stop and pose for pictures. He is posing for someone on the side of the road. What a cutie! He also received an award for the person who put in the most effort to get to the finish line.
Here is me trying to persuade him to sit with me or ride with his dad in the jeep. (Yes, that is Jason's jeep right behind Justin)

Tanner riding his Big Wheel in the parade!
While the boys were racing this is what Justin was doing. He LOVES the older women!
Tanner with his girlfriend Amy doing the egg toss.
They bowled with the egg instead of tossing it.
Seth and his cousin Jake doing the egg toss. I swear their egg was hard boiled. They were chucking it by the end and almost hitting people in the heads and yet it wouldn't break.
Tanner getting ready for the foot races.
Seth getting ready for the races.
Our sweet lil' firecracker!
Tracy boys
Dads baby with the bikes in the back.

Here are the boys after they decked out their bikes for the parade.
Seth informed his grandma (Jason's mom) that their bikes were "pimpin".