Saturday, November 29, 2008
Thursday, November 27, 2008
Sunday, August 31, 2008
Anyway, on with the pictures. It was a fun week.Diapers need changing anytime and anywhere, and we're not keeping this thing in the car, fine or no fine.
Hey Jude! You know, I usually think that newborn babies are a little boring (they just cry and poop) and that they look like aliens at first, but I loved this little body. He is such a big baby that he can hold his head up on his own and he already looks around a lot.He's also following in his brother's footsteps. He already has quite a few different faces. "Mom! I'm hungry!" I was very gently patting him on the back when Lizzie (Elizabeth) told me they like it much harder. It helps with the burping, I guess.
Sunday, July 20, 2008
Saturday night Mom, Dad, Ashley, and I went right back up to Park City to attend the opening of the Deer Valley Music Festival. The Utah Symphony performed a variety of songs and it was a fantastic night of music. My favorites were the Olympic Fanfare and Theme, Piano Man, the Tribute to Elvis, and of course the 1812 Overture. They even had real cannons for the Overture.
Dad, Zach, and Joseph outside the lodge Playing Rook
These are the cannons they used during the 1812 Overture. They may have been small but they were pretty loud. If you pay $60 per ticket you can sit in the seats near the stage. Personally I think it's much more fun to lay out a blanket and watch the show picnic style. Mom and Dad
The wheels on that cannon are original wheels from the Civil War. That man let Ashley and me come into the cannon area and he talked to us about the cannons. He let me wear his hat too!
Keeping the sun off my face. Look at the kid next to me. That was me 15 years ago.
This particular cannon looked the best to me.
The only distraction was the gay couple sitting in front of us. They weren't shy.
Sunset at Deer Valley
During the Tribute to Elvis a lot of us got up and danced to the music. Mom decided it was a good time for a nap.