Broccoli, green onions, sweet onions, and carrots.
Sugar Snap Peas (and future home of my pepper starters and tomato plants).
Over President's Day weekend, I had posted on our office, our garden, and Miss Ginny. I just wanted to show the progress that some of these things/people have made. It is so fun to see them all grow/change. Ginny's walking has greatly improved and she prefers to get up and walk about 3/4 of the time. By this time next month, she won't even remember how it was to crawl! She is getting so big. (sniff, sniff, tear).
Can you tell that this little boy loves dinosaurs. It isn't uncommon for him to growl at you and yell "I'm a dinosaur!" He keeps us on our toes with his constant sarcastic back-talking, but then looks at us with his big brown cow eyes and whispers in the most pitiful voice, "I wanna hold you" or "Mommy, lay with you?" He is all boy and then some, and we love this little/big boy very much.
Lucas riding horses at the Pingel Ranch. Ginny loved the 4-wheeler rides. Feeding an unknown animal some hay. Riding the train at "This is the Place Heritage Park." (Taken before Max peed his pants, up in Salt Lake City, an hour from grandma's house, with no change of clothes.....awesome!)
We headed down to Utah for Spring Break and we were able to see most of Scott's family. They all helped celebrate little Ginny's birthday, and we took a nice trip up to Salt Lake one day. We had never been to "This is the Place" park, and our kids were able to tour around the Conference Center before Conference started that weekend. It was such a nice, relaxing trip, and our kids enjoyed every minute of the sunshine outdoors. Salt Lake Temple. Roof of the Conference Center over looking Temple Square. (Anyone humming the tune to "We are a Happy Family", yet?)
Inside of the Conference Center. (Hey, did anyone else notice that our family takes awesome group shots. What in the world?! Next time we'll at least concentrate on everyone looking at the camera and not lifting up their shirts.)
Scott is the City Manager in Dayton, Oregon, Lindsey is a stay-at-home mom and part-time substitue teacher. Easton is 8 and getting too smart, Luke is 6 and getting taller by the minute, Max is 4 and getting crazier by the second, and Ginny is 2 and getting cuter by the moment.