Wednesday, November 21, 2018


November was a pretty low key month with me trying to take it easy and being super sick and throwing up all evening every evening.

We did venture out one night on a double date to the BYU basketball game to sit court side and have dinner and everything. We brought Neil and Rebecca with us. I felt sick the entire time but was able to hold off throwing up until we got home. Ugh, the joys of morning sickness.

Some beautiful flowers a neighbor brought over. We seriously have the best ward/neighborhood you could ever ask for.

Kallie set up a romantic dinner for me and Brandon.


A note Kallie left by Mckinley's bedroom door. So sweet!

Tyler and Kallie posing and drawing each other. Ha ha. I love these two. They play together all day every day and I'm so grateful they entertain each other so well. Tyler does pretty well always being surrounded by girls, poor thing.

Another night we ventured out was when Lincoln and Megan invited us to go to the University Mall when they were turning on their Christmas lights. It was freezing and once again I felt like crap the whole time but at least our kids got to make a few memories in the month of November.

This is Ava's cute begging face. She does it all the time, anytime she wants anything that you originally say no to.

I took the three littles out for smoothies. We get two smoothies split into four cups and it's perfect because Kallie and Ava never finish theirs so I get plenty!

Kallie and Tyler got to go to a fun birthday party at Classic Skating.

Tyler lost his first tooth at the end of November!

This little cutie pie has us all wrapped around her finger. She is such a good kid. She's been the best sleeper ever since she was just weeks old. Sleeps almost 12 hours at night and takes a good 3 hour nap during the day. She is so fun to be with and totally plays with the big kids all the time and does just fine. She talks sooo much and it's so fun to see all the new words she learns every day.

My mom invited us to a night in Bethlehem. The kids learned how to weave baskets, weave rugs, make lamps out of clay, saw some animals, and a little production of the nativity. Ava has been asking ever since to go see Mary and the baby Jesus again.