Saturday, April 30, 2011

Easter Sunday and Xander's First Birthday

Easter Sunday

We brought out two of Savannah's old toys out of storage for the kids for Easter. They loved them but, Savannah thinks they are all hers.

Xander's first birthday!

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Autism Awareness Month

This month is Autism awareness month. My husbands aunt sent me this link. It's very interesting.

Monday, April 25, 2011

Costa Vida is Sponsoring a Benefit Day for VisionWalk

I am so excited to announce that Costa Vida is sponsoring a benefit day for VISION WALK!

Costa Vida, at the American Fork location only will donate 15% of purchases made with this flyer on May 7th, 12 to 8 p.m. to VisionWalk. If 100 people show up, Costa Vida will give back 20%! Just print and present.

It's a great excuse for a date night! If you would like an actual copy send me your email and I'll forward the flyer to you. You can print this picture and take it too. We would love for everyone to come! This mean so much to our family. Thank you for all of your support! See you there!

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Spring Chocolate Covered Pretzels and Oreos

Chocolate Covered Pretzels

Pretzel molds
Oreo molds

Easter Sugar Cookies

Happy First Birthday Xander! Let Them Eat Cake!

Our baby boy, Xander is one today! The time has gone by so fast. It feels as though he is only a few months old. If only time would stop.

Xander has gone through so much in his first year of life, and though he hasn't been with us very long, he has changed our lives forever. Xander has the most beautiful brown eyes and dark, long eye lashes. I'm always going to be jealous! He is always going and he has the cutest laugh. I love to hear him and Savannah laughing at each other. I know Savannah loves her little brother a lot too. I am so glad that they have each other, and we have both of them!
I love you Xander! Happy Birthday!

Most of this photo shoot he wasn't very happy at all. He didn't want to eat the cake, so I had to help him, then he cried because he had frosting on his hands and face. It was so sad!
Savannah showed him how to do it right. She wasn't afraid to dig in!