Thursday, May 9, 2013

Graduation May 2013

We have finally come to the end of School! Happy Day! I am so proud of Anthony and all his hard work. He graduated from the Honors College with Summa Cum Laude with a dual major in Accountancy and Computer Information Systems all while working the whole time, supporting us, and has already gotten a full time job with a company called Protiviti to start in September! I feel so lucky to have such an amazing guy in my life!
Eisley was so good! She had a fever the day before and somehow managed to get through it and was excellent through the whole graduation thanks to snacks and the iPad of course! 

Craig and Marni! We are so grateful for both of them and coming all the way from Texas to be with us on this special day! Thank you for your support and for being there for us when we need help! We love you!

Dan and Jana! We love you! Thank you for watching Eisley during the honors Graduation while she had a fever and for everything you have done for us! We love and appreciate you help and support!

I am excited for our future and things to come. We have 4 months to party which will be spent going to Snowflake, Texas, Oregon, Utah and lots of camping! Hallelujah! 

Christmas 2012

I have been really bad at posting on here but since I finally plugged my camera in I decided it is time to post some pictures. I can't find my little camera :( saddness! At least I took a few with my Nikon I hope it turns up like most things that get misplaced. Like our car keys...still can't find those. Here are a few pictures from Christmas and yes I know it is May.

Eisley mostly enjoyed eating wrapping paper. We ran out of wrapping paper and so Anthony improvised.

Kasen, Kelsey, Anthony, Eisley, Me, Marni, Craig

Silly ones are the best!

 Enjoy my May Christmas post! Good times! I can't wait for next Christmas to get here already!!

Sunday, February 3, 2013

1 year old!

I can't believe it has been a whole year since Eisley came into our lives! She is such a great joy and fun to have around. She started really walking a week before she turned one and is quite the little sprinter especially at right in the middle of every prayer. She hates sitting still even for one second. She loves music and swaying her head and bouncing her body. Eisley is still a social butterfly and loves everyone. She says dada, mama, papa, and a whole lot of gibberish. She has a lot to say and I think she is a talker. She is even making the sounds of the alphabet letter B, C and H. I think a really neat part of being a stay at home mom is that you get to see your child learn new things and experience everything for the first time. I watched her play with a little toy car for 30 min the other day and thought wow I can't believe a cereal box toy would entertain her for so long. She pushed that car around the whole room crawling on her hand and knees. She can find her puppy and baby if you ask her to. New foods are always fun to see her reaction too! She loves rice cereal, cheese, tomatoes and peas!

Being a mom is very challenging and I look up to every parent especially my mom. The hardest part is not having your own time but I am so grateful for this chance to be Eisley's mom to raise and teach her. She is my little live bank account that I put good words into, tell her positive things everyday, love her, and teach her hoping that she can make it through this crazy world that when people are mean she will have a full enough account to make it through the better.

This is the cake my mom and I made for her birthday. The first cake I have ever decorated! It was fun and I can't wait to make another one!