the visiting teaching message this month is on self-reliance. i thought it would be fitting to show how 'self-reliant' the kids have been lately. a nice yummy after school snack....some homemade toast by the two munchkins. (cade is making his way to kaylee after climbing onto the counter getting some plates for their toast)
when we're helping we're happy, and we sing as we go!
would you like some bread with that butter?
looks like grandpa price is visiting!
I really loved the quote by Robert D. Hales..."Our ability to serve is increased or diminished by the level of our self-reliance." (the whole quote is great).
"All the single ladies! all the single ladies. All the single ladies! all the single ladies. Put your hands up... put your hands down!" (adding her own interpretation alongside as well)
She's definately our little performer.
It's funny to hear her in the other room singing the song. She'll even dance some of the moves.
(cade has even gotten in on the action too)
I've asked her where she's learned the song and she said her friend did. We have some cute neighbors she plays with that I thought was who she was talking about. Turns out I was almost right. It wasn't the older girl, but actually her little sister, about Kaylee's age! Amazing what kids can teach each other!
Whatever is playing, be it primary songs, or 'single ladies' you can hear Kaylee singing and dancing along.
if you liked it then you should've put a ring on it.....
Cade is finally and officially and sunbeam. After waiting and waiting! He was so proud of his sunbeam 'crown' that he wanted to wear it to church. I let him wear it in, but soon it was off his head...phew.
he was so proud to be in primary!
it was so cute to watch Kaylee and Cade walk to primary together. They were both putting their arms around each other, walking to primary. Cade thought he was going to sit with Kaylee's class at first, and didn't want to sit anywhere else, but I finally got him to the right class. I went and checked on him 1/2 way through, and he was sitting in his chair just enjoying sharing time.
While up in Utah for the wedding, we went to Utah Lake and a blast of a time 'walking on water'. We had tons of winter fun! The kids couldn't get enough of it. For your enjoyment....a true Family Christmas Photo. This is just minutes from my parents house.
David had so much fun on the ice...he was sad we had to leave. it was cold for the kids, but David was in heaven! Here he is skidding on the ice while we watch.
I love being at home with my kids and enjoying being a wife and mommmy. I heart photography, editing, tickling, kissing or snuggling the kids, relaxing and of course kissing my fine specimen of a man hubby.
I'm not the best with words, but I feel I express myself better by sharing what I see. You'll see the funny, beautiful and crazy things that go in my life. Beautiful images help me keep happy. When I know I've made them, it makes me even happier.