Monthly Archives: November 2009


We celebrated Walt’s third birthday last weekend, since Thanksgiving weekend is such a busy time for families (and a big football weekend…go Bulldogs!!!) Since Walt has developed a love of fire trucks (not to mention we needed to get one more wear out of his Halloween costume), we had a fire truck theme for the […]

Little Indian

It was three years ago tonight that I tossed and turned, timing the contractions until I knew it was time to head to the hospital. Three years ago, we had just made it through the Thanksgiving weekend, and Walt’s due date was fast-approaching. That sweet little Indian in the photos above started doing a rain […]


I could go on and on listing all the things for which I’m thankful this year. Above all, my family and our health rank at the top. Other than a few minor colds, stomach bugs, and the swine flu, our little family of five has been well. God’s been so faithful to see us through […]

Oh Deer!

Anna Katherine went to visit Gran & Grandad this weekend. And along with baking homemade cookies and roasting weenies on an open fire, she went on a little deer hunt. It appears the hunt was a success. It’s become an annual tradition for Anna Katherine to head to the Delta for the youth hunt each […]

Halloween Hayride

The kids enjoyed a weekend full of Halloween festivities. On Friday evening the boys attended a carnival with Nana and Pop at the Country Club, while Anna Katherine went to her very first dance. (And yes, I am still not able to fully comprehend that she is old enough to go to a dance. But […]