It's a start of a new year, so I thought I'd try to get back on the bloggin' wagon! Here's some pictures from Kirby's baptism. As usual, I was running around the house before the baptism, trying to get everything done. Of course we were late, and my external flash doesn't like my camera, so I was having flash issues too. I was way stressed out! But, we made it, it was a nice service, and I eventually calmed down enough to realize what was really important about this day. It turned out great. Even though the little booger made me get up to bare my testimony in front of everyone! (I hate public speaking!). Kirby was extra lucky and got dunked twice! His toe came up the first time. =]
Here's Papa Dave, who did the confirmation, Jared, (the dad!) and Uncle Matt who did the baptism, and of course, Kirbus Swirbus!
Here is the cousin picture. Of course SOMEBODY has to look like a crazy! (I wonder where he gets that from?) I know my mom is laughing at this picture, cuz karma is definitely getting me back for every time I stuck my tongue out in her pictures!
You know you're a photographer when you have thousands of pictures, and you're NOT in ANY of them!
McGyver meets the Nutty Professor!
This is my man, my main squeeze. He can make a marble shooter out of a weed whacker engine!
My baby's in 1st grade already! And luckily he loves it! He likes recess and math the best. He even likes hot lunch and has shocked us all by actually EATING his lunch! This smart cookie likes Bionicles, Magnetix and Transformers. This kid makes us laugh, and he is a great big brother
This adorable child keeps us on our toes. He loves Transformers, and playing with his big brother and his friends. He's quick to smile and laugh, and he always tells you what he is thinking. He is a good helper and an all around jolley guy to hang out with
Our pyscho cat. We are seriously looking into Kitty Prozac for her!
Yep, this is our lazy lion wannabe! He only weighs 17lbs!
Here's our rats, Tiger and Jr. They are snuggly, and for some reason, they always pee on me, (but nobody else!)
Corneata and Zack
We tried raising chickens this year, and I was surprised at how social and fun to watch they are. I loved the way they walk! Our poor chickens met with disaster though, the nieghbors dogs ate them. I guess having a fence, or even a proper chicken coop is neccessary. Who knew?