Christmas tree tag, 10 bucks. Chain Saw, gift from Dad. Cutting down a 12 foot Christmas tree, Priceless! We took a little trip to Idaho Falls last weekend and decided that we needed a live tree for Christmas. As always going in the woods is one of my favorite things to do. We went for a drive up to Swan Valley and found the perfect tree for our house this year. Colby had a great time in the jeep and I think Pauline did too. Colby Says "wow" when the tree falls and "it's too loud" when the chainsaw starts. We all had a good time and the tree survived the 3+ hour drive home.
Saturday, November 29, 2008
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
We are finally feeling a little settled AGAIN. I never would have imagined I would be back in Utah after 9 years. Even though we didn't want to move here we are happy we did it. We had a hard time finding a house but we found one in Saratoga Springs which is only 20 minutes away from Cody's work. It's so nice to be around family. Colby loves having people to play with besides mom and dad. Cody and I love having babysitters around. We can now go out and spend some much need time together. We are excited to be here and we hope that we won't have to move again for a while.
Posted by Silvester Family at 8:31 PM
I can't believe how fast time passes by. I feel like Harrison is growing so fast and it makes me really sad. He's our last baby so I've been trying to enjoy him being little. He's so much fun and I never imagined the excitement and happiness my boys bring me everyday. Harrison isn't crawling yet but he's close. He gets his little bum up in the air and bounces up and down. He still scoots across the floor and gets into things. The other day I was getting him ready for bed and I left him in his room playing for a minute. When I came back I couldn't see him. Then I saw his little leg under his bed. He scooted under there and he thought he was really tricky. Then Colby climbed under there with him and they played for a minute. They are so cute. Cody and I feel so blessed to have them.
Posted by Silvester Family at 8:08 PM