Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Tanner is growing so fast. He eats so much these days. He'll eat all of his food and then eat the food that Aubree doesn't eat.

Tanner is such a nice boy. He is always smiling and has the best disposition of any kid I've ever seen. He is now starting to walk all over and get even more into things than he already did.

A family picture that we took while in Wenatchee. Tanner is covering up my belly, which is carrying a little boy due in December.

Aubree went with me to pick something up at the temple and she hasn't stopped talking about it since. She carries this picture around with her and is always pointing to Angel Moroni and making a blowing noise. She walks around saying, "temple, temple, temple." It is really cute.
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