Saturday, October 13, 2007

Pumpkin Patch

Fall has come to St. George and that means cold weather and a trip to the local pumpkin patch! This is our third year of picking our own pumpkins and of course this year it was particularly fun because we have Ezra! My parents and Grandma even came along for the experience (notice Ever's little joke below)! Ezra was great and we can tell that Ever has offically become a father because he took the baby on a ride in the little train they have at the farm; he wouldn't be caught dead doing that before! We enjoy all the 'firsts' that Ezra has and we're so grateful to have him in our lives. A great big "Hi" to Ever's family in California, Texas and Arizona and also our friends at 'home' from Ezra, Ever and Kelsey. We love you guys!

Ezra's reaction after telling him we're taking him out to a pumpkin patch...
...and after telling him his grandparents are coming tooEver & Ezra waiting for a ride

Kelsey & Ezra taking a little break

One big happy family

Ezra enjoyed the ride more than Ever

Picking out pumpkins can be a tiring job
and of course we couldn't pass up a ride down Kelsey Lane

Sunday, October 7, 2007

Life at the park

This is how we spend most of our afternoons in St George. We just relax and enjoy the sun with Spencer and Ezra.

Life is good.

Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Finally new pics

These pictures were taken when Ezra was about 1 1/2 weeks old. The lady that took these does a great job and we're really happy with how they came out! There were 57 of them in all and while we think they're all great, we won't make everyone else look at every single one of them! These are a few of our favorites. Notice how Ever just had to throw in the Dodgers somehow. Meanwhile, I got to wondering this evening what our son will think of these when he's a teenager. He may not appreciate them as much as we do, especially if we pull them out for his date to review! I guess it would be a bit weird to be a grown up looking at professionally taken naked pictures of yourself as a baby. Hmm, oh well! We love them!