Saturday, October 13, 2012
Grandma and Grandpa Rice took all of us to Salt Lake for a few days. We went to Lagoon and to the Aquarium in Sandy. It was so much fun the kids to get together with their cousins. Thanks Grandma and Grandpa for the fun times!!!
Peyton's first bigger roller coaster!
Where should be go next?
Easton would rather ride the roller coasters!
Posted by Jill at 3:27 PM
Cannon played his first season of Flag Football this year. When he wasn't having a melt-down on the side lines, it went really well. He scored alot, pulled lots of flags, and the last game of the season even caught a pass (you don't see that in this age group). He and Tavin were so funny! They would chest bump after every good play. Those boys are going to be trouble!
Peyton going to another one of her brother's games!
Posted by Jill at 3:01 PM
Monday, August 13, 2012
Easton was able to play on a traveling baseball team this summer. It was a good experience. They traveled to several tournaments. It was fun to keep playing baseball and make some great friends!!
Posted by Jill at 2:45 PM
Monday, July 30, 2012
Cannon played t-ball this summer. He had so much fun. He would get a little frustrated if the other kids wouldn't do things the "right" way and he did get into it with one of the refs but overall it was a great season. They had a great team and Cannon was a great hitter and player in the field. I think he might be a natural!
Posted by Jill at 1:29 PM
Friday, July 20, 2012
We had to say goodbye to Grandma Sherry today. She was diagnosed with a brain tumor in Feb. and after several hard months of battling, she passed away today. We knew she didn't have much time left and so we went to see her this morning. A few minutes after we walked out of the room, she passed away. I think she was just waiting to say goodbye to "her" kids. I am so thankful for Sherry and the wonderful woman that she was. I have always been so sad that my husband and kids were never be able to meet my Grandma Bell but Sherry had been an amazing Grandma to my kids. From the pumpkin patch to Ross Park in the summer, to piano lesson with Easton to fun times in St. George, she has been an amazing, loving Grandma. She has treated us all like we have always been her family. I am so thankful that Sherry was able to be buried in McCammon with my Grandma Bell and Berkley. Now Berkley has two Grandmas to watch over him! We love you Grandma Sherry!!
Posted by Jill at 1:10 PM