Blizzard

The whole state of Utah basically shut down last night because of a blizzard warning. I had no idea how big the storm was going to be until I got a call that the whole school district was shutting down and my yoga class was going to be cancelled. Universities…

The Snow Came Over

October 31, 2010 in Blakeisms, Winter Activities - 4 Comments

We were greeted home from our vacation with a whole slew of snow. I forgot how exciting it is in a child’s eyes to receive the first snowfall of the year. When I saw that cold white stuff on the ground, all I wanted to do was curl up by the fireplace…

Disneyland

Well folks, in about three days… …we had just about as much fun and excitement as we could take! We walked and walked and covered every square inch of Disneyland Resort. The characters were so sweet and playful with the children. Even Nashy was enthralled by their fluffiness and huge…

Blakeisms

October 8, 2010 in Blake, Blakeisms - 5 Comments

I love this boy. He says the funniest things. I want to remember these moments of innocence and curiosity when he is talking back to me someday. Troy’s mom compiled a book of Troyisms throughout his childhood and we have so much fun going back and reading the things he…

Ya Mon

August 25, 2010 in Blakeisms, Missions, Tanner Family - 5 Comments

For the last two years, our brother Todd has been a missionary in the Jamaica Kingston mission. Oh how we missed him! He had a really special bond with Blake before he left. This is Todd’s memory of what Blake looked like two years ago. He has changed a little…

Dada’s a Troy

July 28, 2010 in Blakeisms, Fatherhood, Troy - 2 Comments

I love capturing sweet moments like these. Our boys sure love and relish the time with their dad. We have been trying to teach Blake to distinguish between boys and girls. When we go through the list of people for him to identify as a boy or a girl, he…

eDad

June 14, 2010 in Blakeisms, Business Trips, Troy - 6 Comments

I have been so grateful to be able to use Skype with Troy while he has been away. I don’t want the boys to forget him because five weeks is a long time in their lives. We did the math and figured out that by the end of this trip…

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