Monday, November 29, 2010


We hope you had a wonderful thanksgiving. We had a great day. We spent the morning at home, I baked homemade apple crisp and two pumpkin cheesecakes for the Kee's house later that night. At about 11:30am we went to the Red Oak nursing home just a few miles from our house. We thought it would be fun since Olivia says "HI" all the time to everyone she meets. So as expected she walked from table to table saying "HI", smiling, clapping and even danced a few times. One sweet lady gave her a cracker and she acted like it was gold. Cute what is important to a one year old. After that we went to dinner at Trulucks in Southlake where my stepbrother Jason Martin is a chef. His girlfriend Jessica came with and we had a great time! The food was out of this world. We ended the night with dessert at the Kee's with Justin and Nina's families and Carrie Davis and her family. It was a beautiful day and evening. We are so thankful for our friends and family here in Texas and around the world. God has been so good to us and we are very grateful. Enjoy the pics below!

Friday, November 26, 2010

Colorado Family Vacation...

We were in Colorado, November 16-21. It was my mom's 60th birthday and we decided to surprise her with a family vacation. We flew into Denver and then stayed in the Avon/Vail area. The weather was amazing the whole time we were there. Minus the blizzard that snowed us in the first night. :) It was so much fun to be together and celebrate Grammy Deb. Olivia loved the airport, walking around saying "hi" to everyone and riding the escalator with daddy. Her and Henry had a blast all week! Can't wait to be together again in December.

At the hotel in her portable crib. Her and Henry did great

She likes playing with my empty starbucks cups. :)

Uncle Jordan!

Auntie and Henry

Daddy loves carrying Olivia around!

Vail opening weekend!
All of a sudden we look and she was sound a sleep! It was so cute!

Gondola ride in Breckenridge

Saying our goodbyes until Christmas...

Boarded and headed home!