We had Dad and Diane over for dinner yesterday to celebrate my Dad's 51st birthday. It was super fun and the dinner was good too... thank goodness. We got some fun pictures and Connor was having fun with Dad tried to teach him how to throw the ball like a girl... haha. Happy Birthday Dad!!
Monday, October 29, 2012
We had so much fun at the pumpkin farm. Connor didn't want to get a pumpkin, he freaked out any time we tried to take one from the field. But he loved saying hi to people on the tractor that took us out to the fields and jumping in the mud puddles. That's our boy!!
Sunday, October 7, 2012
Since Connor was born the doctors thought he had undescended testicles. So on September 25th he had surgery done to correct this. When they did the surgery the found that he does not have undescended testicles but rather only has one. He will be fine and not have any problems in life because of this. He had an incision on his groin about 2 inches long and recovered just fine. The next day he was running around like nothing happened. He is such a big boy!! Here are some cute hospital photos...
Saturday, September 15, 2012
I was getting Connor dressed yesterday and he picked out this super big boy shirt. He looked so grown up, I was a little sad. So I decided that we needed to get a picture together before he grew up anymore!!
This was one of my test photos to make sure we were centered, since I was using the timer and tripod.
Thursday, August 30, 2012
Last weekend we went to Goldendale, Washington to visit my Great Grandma Willis. She lives on a farm there and we went to the Klickitat County Rodeo. Connor loved all the animals and the freedom of running around like a crazy man. Here are some pictures.
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
We planted our garden late April and it exploded. I didn't leave enough room for the plants so it got a little crazy. We had lots of broccoli, cucumbers, carrots (which didn't turn out too well so Smokey the bunny got those) and a ton of zucchini. The green beans are growing and we should be able to harvest them in the next few weeks. Oh, and a plethora of lettuce. We will be having salad for the rest of the summer.
Here is our first zucchini from our garden. I was pretty proud of it! And it tasted good too.