Sunday, June 27, 2010

A little bit of this, a little bit of that (a pot, a pan, a broom a hat…)

Lillie turned 5 months old on the 13th!! We got to take her out of her harness on the 10th of June, and she was definitely happy! Within an hour of taking the harness off, she rolled over from back to front for the first time, and has just been a wiggling and starting to move around little bits at a time.  On the fabulous 5 month birthday, she said “mama” while we were in church. So cute!  She is a joy, and is so much fun. Loves to jabber, blow raspberries, and have lots of fun! We’ve also started giving her rice cereal, which she loves. Although, at times I think she loves more grabbing the spoon and chewing on it.  She loves loves loves her daddy, and always saves her best smiles for him! 

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Steven is a character, and makes life fun everyday.  He thinks he’s graduated from naps, so the days seem to drag sometimes, but some days we get lucky (like today) and he will actually take a nap, and there is much rejoicing!

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Sunday, June 06, 2010


Our sub-division, Hawks Landing, decided to start an annual tradition of Hawkslandapalooza! For a rootin' tootin' good time in the neighborhood. It was really fun, and they had lots of activities for the kids. Steven got to get a dinosaur painted on his face... Our family became a herd of animals...
And Steven even got a balloon that looks like a Fishy. (and made a great hat as well!) Overall it was a great time!
And to finish off, I just wanted to post a couple pictures from Friday - when I was able to attend my cousin, Marisha's, wedding in Manti. All of the Farnsworth's that were there headed to the Manti Cemetery after the wedding to see where Great-Great Grandpa Moses Franklin Farnsworth was buried. The view of the temple from the cemetery was AMAZING!And Steven kept begging to get a picture by the temple, but then wouldn't look at the camera.

Memorial Day

We started Memorial Day off this year by heading over to Deseret to visit with my Grandma Rowley and visit graves over there and in Hinckley. We realized we hadn't seen my Grandma since Steven was 3 months old, so this trip was LONG overdue! We even discovered Darrell's great-great grandparents are buried in the same cemetery as my Grandpa Rowley
Steven, Lillie, and me with Grandma Lillie meeting Great-Grandma Rowley The heat wore Lillie out. Thank goodness for Aunt Jeanette!
Grandpa Rowley's headstone