Monday, April 23, 2012

Can't believe how fast this pregnancy is going by! 
I love how you move around so much when your brother and Daddy are around.
You love using all of the space Mommy has available for you. 
Mommy's hair and nails are looking amazing these days. 
Her skin too! 
Thanks Sam! 
We get to spend all of this week with Daddy at home. 
He is finishing up your dresser and crib this week. 
Its starting to get hot in the Valley. We are excited to spend the summer swimming, also that means your arrival is coming soon! 

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Easter weekend

Easter time is always a wonderful time. So much to celebrate and to be grateful for. This Easter we celebrated it with family. Not just extended family which is always wonderful but with MY family. Jenny and Jeff were so sweet to invite us over. We had an easter egg hunt, delicious food and beautiful weather! 
We had a wonderful surprise by the Kaiser and boy did it make our weekend! 
Also, Will and I went with our friend Cassie and her family to BYU's first annual Easter egg hunt at LaVell Edwards Stadium. Lots of people showed up but it was still super fun and organized. 

Grandma and Aduelita, these pictures are for you! 

Easter Egg hunt at BYU 

Cosmo showed up!

Monday, April 9, 2012

Monday, April 2, 2012

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Conference Weekend

Hope you had a wonderful Conference weekend. Will and I spent it cuddled up, 
playing with blocks, and listening to Conference. 
We also had fun at our friends child's birthday party on Friday. 
Kent worked all weekend long on a movie and we missed him dearly. There were so many talks that I felt were directed at me. I love when that happens. 
One in particular was Elder Uchtdorf's talk called 

The Merciful Obtain Mercy

The part that struck me the most was this following quote below.  But in particular, Ignoring. Ignoring people, family or friends. I've never really thought about it until he mentioned it along with the other things.  I've seen this happen to me. and it hurts. especially when its from your own family members. I hope that I will be better this year and try to be more Christ-like. The gospel teaches that we must love unconditionally and rid ourselves of pride. Its difficult but possible. 

Another talk that I needed to hear was Sister Cheryl Esplin's talk called 

Teaching Our Children to Understand

The story she shared about her 5 year old granddaughter learning how to recognize the spirit after she prayed really touched my heart. I just balled. 
“Teaching our children to understand is more than just imparting information. It’s helping our children get the doctrine into their hearts in a way that it becomes part of their very being and is reflected in their attitudes and behavior throughout their lives.”

someone loves conference.
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