Sunday, November 7, 2010

Jared's Blessing

This is our picture from our ward Trunk or Treat.
I don't have too many pictures of Jared because he's either asleep, eating, or swaddled up on his way to being asleep. Tomorrow he will be 8 weeks! I can't believe how fast he is growing up and how big he is getting. He even started sleeping through the night this week (5 nights in a row and counting). It is heaven. It is weird how much better I feel with 7-8 hours of straight sleep.
Tanner boy is so funny.
Beautiful Aubs
Andrew makes the funniest faces. He is such a sweet boy. It looks like he got hold of some halloween candy.
Aubree is constantly carrying Andrew around and playing house with him. He is a good sport.
Another trip to the zoo. Travis would go there everyday if I'd let him. As we were driving away he was already asking to go to the zoo again. This trip we got to see a jaguar and two of the six gorillas out wrestling for a while. It is fun to see new things every time we go.
Our families came to town for Jared's blessing. My sister Amy and two of her daughters came with my parents. Leah was really good at holding Jared.
Aubree missed her best buds so much. She was in heaven to have Claire and Leah over for a few days. Aubs was saying how much she missed them right after they left.
We attempted a family picture before church (Aubs did not want to be in a picture). I am sad that I didn't get a good picture of Jared in his blessing outfit. It is the same one that Eric's mom made for Travis.
Grandma and Grandpa Nygard brought us a bunch of apples and Tanner decided he wanted to sell them. "Roll up Roll up everyone! Apples!"
Our talented Grandma Nygard made Tanner some scrubs for his birthday. He tells everyone he is a real doctor now. Tanner is sporting his 3D glasses too. Aubree, Tanner, Leah, Claire, my Dad and I went to our first 3D movie, Megamind. It was pretty good.
My littlest sister, Leslie also came for the weekend. It was so fun to have so much family around. We are so blessed with wonderful families! They are constantly serving us.

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