We had our fantastic next-door neighbor take our family photos in June and I just got them yesterday. Her photography company is called Kadien & Company. These are just the ones we purchased - there were tons of others that we loved but the budget couldn't handle (you know, we needed a new big screen tv for upstairs because football season is starting soon...priorities!). The last photo is of our mantle where I put a framed copy of the three of us - our Little Bud is so beautiful!
Wednesday, July 30, 2008
Posted by Kelly Evans at 5:11 AM
Monday, July 28, 2008
Gabby and Pops have decided that they new a new driver for the BAM (Big --- Motorhome). I'm not sure that Ace has the job but he has the horn-honking down pat...sorry Beddingfield neighbors.
A loud voice to shout at other drivers on the road. (His daddy is, after all, Jonathan Evans: founder and daily instructor of the School for BackSeat Drivers.)
A GREAT smile which should negate the road rage that his shouting might provoke.
Posted by Kelly Evans at 2:00 PM
Thursday, July 17, 2008
Posted by Kelly Evans at 12:07 PM
Whose baby is this? Jonathan was absent on the day they handed out rhythm and I lost all of my moves after high school. We can't figure out where he learned to dance but it is HILARIOUS to watch. Watch for the knee-circle he does right before falling and once he gets back up, look how he dips low!
We were at Aunt Leah and Uncle Allen's house in San Antonio for Brookelyn's second birthday party.
Posted by Kelly Evans at 11:51 AM
Ace is doing soooo many new things. He is really in to pattycake and peekaboo right now. He TALKS and TALKS and TALKS but doesn't say anything. If only we knew what "bigga, bigga" meant, we'd have an idea of what he thinks about all the time. This video was made on the ride home from San Antonio last weekend in Ace's Aunt B's car. What a character!
Posted by Kelly Evans at 11:33 AM
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
Did the rapture occur and I missed it?! I was just watching Fox News and this guy is on there suggesting that we introduce alcohol to our kids as young as age 4 so that they are more responsible drinkers when they get older!!!!! (I bet he works for a rehab facility that needs more business.) Can you imagine seeing a 4-year-old with a blankie in one hand and a sippie cup of beer or wine in the other? It is the most absurd thing I have heard (lately). I am speechless. Where is our world going? May the Lord protect our babies from the world that they are going to grow up in.
Posted by Kelly Evans at 4:55 AM