Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Catching UP

So I know it's been forever since I posted, it's been a little busy at our house, with what exactly....I'm not really sure but it seems like it's been crazy. Here's a little bit of what we've been up to. Clear back at the beginning of January our good friend and neighbor Ellie Manwaring got baptized and we were lucky to go. McKin, Ellie, & Anna.Dad's been giving rides, we love him! The good news is that this didn't even result in more chiropractic visits! My Grandpa Kimball was diagnosed with Stage 4 lymphoma cancer, and even though we wish the circumstances were different we've been lucky to have him come from his home in California to Idaho to live with my parents, so it's been great to spend more time with him.
Grandpa Kimball, my Dad, Garrett, and my Grandpa Wahlen after a close win against Grace.

Hailey and Marc had our crazy clan over for a great dinner and Hailey made Valentine's sugar cookies with the girls, what a great aunt!
McKin learned about pirates at preschool,

and since she has a summer birthday, she had her "preschool" birthday on Thursday. She was pretty pumped to bring her pink cupcakes that she helped make and decorate. She also informed me that since it was her birthday she got to pass out her treats and be the calendar girl and do the weather board, life doesn't get much better than that!

So that's the last couple of months in a nutshell, we'll be back soon with princess party pics!


The Bergers said...

Hi! Welcome back to blogging...;) So i just wanted to say have fun in hawaii, i am totally jealous about it!! Also, they don't come cutter than your girls! They are just beautiful!!

The Bergers said...

that's cuter,,,, not cutter..;)

The MontaƱo’s said...

I love all your pics. You're girls are sooo cute and so sweet. Marin and Jace had fun today... THANKYOU! And Monday is on!

Mindy said...

Sorry to hear your grandpa has lymphoma. What type is it? My aunt was diagnosed 1 1/2 years ago with Hodgkin's Lymphoma, also stage 4. She is a radiologist, my uncle is also a doctor, so they knew what it meant when she diagnosed herself and they were devastated. She had to go through a lot of chemo, but she is currently cancer free!