Friday, May 28, 2010


Liv Josie Atwood
May 26, 2010
7lbs 4oz
19 1/2 inches long
and very, very lovable

Wednesday, May 19, 2010


Well, I am finally caught up on my blog, we have had a lot of things going on lately. One major accomplishment is that Shawn graduated with his Masters in Education with a degree in Educational psychology. It has been a long road with many sacrifices, and I am so proud of all his hard work!

Shawn's parents came down from Cardston. It was so good to see them, and we are grateful for their support.

This is Shawn's professor Dr. Zehng. Shawn can't say enough about him, and he is grateful he had such an amazing professor who helped him so much.

Preschool Graduation

Ryker had his preschool grad this week. He LOVED preschool and will miss it a lot. His teacher was so amazing, and she helped him so much. I am so proud of my Ryker and how much he loves to learn.

Ryker with Miss Suzee.

Getting his diploma...

Ryker and the graduating preschool class of 2010!

I Blinked....

.......and my Ryker turned 5 years old. I still don't know how this happened, and I am still trying to come to grips with my boy going to kindergarten this fall. Ryker is so grown up, and such a great kid. I just can't help but love him to pieces......and I can't believe he is 5.

Lehi City Expo

We Went to an expo where the boys could see all the people that help our city of Lehi run. They had the Police men (and police dogs too), firetrucks, the city power department. Ryker and Bridger were in heaven.

Here they are sitting in the firetruck. And yes, Bridger had an ultimate meltdown and tantrum when we had to get out of the firetruck. They loved it.

Ryker's favorite part was when he got to ride in one of the power boxes in the power department trucks.
He couldn't believe how high he was. He kept saying "mom, I was higher than the trees!"


"There are no seven wonders of the world in the eyes of a child. There are seven million."
-Walt Streightiff

Playing with bubbles...

Feeding Horses...

I am so grateful for my two boys who help me see the wonderment and amazement of everyday life.