Sunday, November 14, 2010

September and October

Wow I have majorly been slacking on giving everyone an update.  I was shocked when I realized it's been  2 months!  We enjoyed our last few weeks in Utah, which we spent running around like crazy trying to see everyone for just one last time and enjoying the fall weather.  We started it off with one last camping trip over Labor Day weekend.  Then a few weekend later I had a chance to run in "The Dirty Dash" which is a muddy 10K.  I was able to run it as a team with a few of my aunts and my cute sister Brady.  We had such a great time, I'm sure going to miss running with them.

We were able to make it down to visit Thanksgiving Point a few more times, Hayden just loves seeing all the animals and even had a chance to try milking a cow.  We then loaded up the car and made the long haul cross country back to Georgia.  The car was very full as we had my mom, Brady, Trigger, Hayden and myself along with all our luggage.  We were able to make good time and made the trip in 3 days with minimal stops.   Then we spent a few last days showing Brady and my mom around Savannah before sending them back to Utah.  We will miss all our family and friends back in Utah but, are finally starting to get settled here in Georgia.  Preston should be home soon and we can hardly wait.

Sorry for the picture overload there's just way too many!


Hayden loves hanging out in hammocks.

Just part of the clan eating dinner, we're going to miss the big campouts.

 All 5 of us out on the trail.

 What a way to finish girls!  Kelsie, Rachelle, Tricia, Brady and myself

We got to go spend a few days with my Aunt Rachelle and her family.  They were so nice to take us out boating, we had such a great time.
We were so excited we got to see Brady cheer for her senior year.

 A few of us trying to stay warm. (McKay, Hayden and I, James and Tyler)

Hayden with his favorite cheerleader.


Cheesing for the camera

Sneaking peaches whenever he can.

Trying to build with blocks at the Children's Discovery Garden.

 Playing with the sand/water table at the Museum of Ancient Life.

Look I'm riding all by myself.

Feeding the goats, Hayden loves being able to do it all on his own.

Milking my first cow, I'm sorry for the poor angle but it's tight in there.

 Portable DVD players are lifesavers on road trips.

 Hayden walking Trigger at one of our many rest stops.

 Showing off his glow bracelets that Grandma brought for late nights in the car.

What a great travelers these two are.  They both did awesome!

Let me prop my feet up, give me a candy necklace, along with a beaded spider,
and I'm ready to roll for a few hours.

 Strolling Tybee beach with Grandma.

 Big wave, YEAH!

One last cuddle on the couch before Brady heads home.  We sure do miss her.

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