Sunday, July 12, 2009

Another day, another move

You know you are in Nebraska when, someone ask, "Is your boy going to grow up to be a cowboy riding bulls?"
We made it to Nebraska! It was a long drive, and it was hard to leave our family, but Boyce was so good. We went from beautiful green mountains, to beautiful green fields. For now we are sadly living out of our suitcases trying to find a place to live. Mark has a class that starts on Monday and last for 2 weeks. Then his nursing classes start officially on August 26th. So here goes a new chapter of our life. We will keep you posted.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Hugging cousins

My sister in-law Amy came into town and we all went to the Children's Museum together. Which was really fun. The boys were all so excited to see each other! It was so adorable! Boyce's misses all his cousins. At least once a day he points to the picture of all the kids at the beach and says, "Paige."

Happy 4th

The 4th of July is always so much fun. We had beautiful weather and a great time with my parents. We went to Coeur d'Alene on Friday and took a hike, enjoyed the lake and the town. Then Saturday we just enjoyed the day. Have a delicious BBQ, and got the kiddie pool out.

Thursday, July 2, 2009

I have been loving all the cute things Boyce has started to say. It's so fun that he is starting to talk and it makes it so much easier to understand what he needs! I have been meaning to write down some of my favorite things he says so bare with me.

-- mommy and da-te
-- when ever he see the bunny out in the backyard he says "hop hop" and he is always out there looking for the "hop hop"
-- everything is an "apple" grapes, strawberries, blueberries and even apples.
-- ball and up he loves to say and has been saying for a while now
-- When he is in the bath and he wants to get out he says "al done" and starts putting his toys in the bucket and says "dean up, dean up" (clean up for those who don't speak baby)
he loves to "dean up" it's really cute
-- he doesn't quite use the word thank you right, but it's still so precious whenever he hands me anything he say "tank too"
-- Every time he see my brother Joe he yells "Doe!" It's never spoken only yelled and he gets really excited.
-- When he wants to play chase he'll say "dee dii doo" because I'll say to him "Fee Fie foe"
It's just so amazing, and fun. His little voice is so sweet and high pitched. I love it! I wish I could get it on film better. I think he learn a new word always every day, of course he proabably says no the most. It's so fun to watch them learn and grow.