Thursday, December 4, 2008


This year we were able to host the Kerbs family Thanksgiving, which went very well. My culinary skills are not top notch, but I have to say the feast turned out great. Out of all the pics the last one is my favorite. My sweet husband cleaned the entire kitchen, with help from his baby sis Lori.
-Eric, you are the best and I love you.
-Lori, hopefully you are home relaxing from all the hard work. You deserve it. Thanks so much for all your help, I could not have done it without you! We all want to thank you for bringing Grandma Joyce's recipes, I think it gave an extra special touch to our Holiday.
This Thanksgiving was in rememberance of Grandma Joyce and Grandpa Jack. We will remember many memorable moments of this Thanksgiving and hope they are happy watching there family enjoy each others company. I hope everyone enjoyed there time together, I know my little one did. Skylen loves her cousins very much and will miss them.

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Trick or Treat!!!

Happy Halloween!!!
We hope everyone had a great Halloween. The night was filled with fun and excitement. Our Halloween Party went well and everyone seemed to have had a good time. Skylen was an adorable Dorothy and Zander was supposed to be the Lion, but the costume never made it over his head. Not because it didn't fit, but because my little stinker of a son wouldn't put it on. As you can see I was the basketball referee and Eric was Jackie Moon from the Tropics. If you don't know who Jackie Moon (Will Ferrell) is, then you have not seen the movie Semi-Pro. Which in my opinion was no blockbuster hit.
We had a lot of great costumes this year. They included a few fairies, a couple of cavemen, spider man, Hanna Montana, "Steve" the Mormon Missionary, and the winner a Holy "$%*#". If you don't know what I am talking about then you should have come to The Kerbs Halloween Party. Hopefully, I will get a picture on my blog of the winner soon.

To finish this blog I have two things to say; 1) Grandpa we missed you and we hope to see you soon and 2)Your Dentist and Dental Hygienist want to make sure you don't forget to brush your teeth!!! Love ya:)

Wednesday, October 8, 2008


September 25th
Skylen turned 5 years old and had a great birthday weekend. On Thursday we had family over for a little dinner and birthday cake. Friday, was Skylen's birthday celebration at school and Saturday she had a small Birthday party with a few girlfriends at "Mind Over Splatter" where the girls had a great time painting pottery. Thank you everyone who helped make Skylen's birthday special.

October 2nd
Rocky Point vacation! We had a great time in Rocky Point, Mexico. Skylen quickly became friends with another little girl staying at the resort. They had a great time making sand castles and swimming in the pool. Zander LOVED the ocean. The water was soooo warm and clean, we almost forgot we were in the ocean.

October 7th
Family! WE had a great time visiting with my Aunt Pat, who was here visiting. All the girls got together for a fun dinner. It has been so nice having my mom and dad back. They have become snow birds traveling back and forth from Salt Lake to Phoenix. They are such a huge help and always great company. I know Skylen and Zander have also enjoyed the time together with grandma and grandpa.

We hope everyone is getting ready for Halloween! We've got some great costumes this year. I need to get a new camera, since mine has been broken. Yes, this is why I have no pics on the blog for Skylen's birthday or the vacation. Do you know how big of a hassle it is to use a disposable camera? Who knows when I will get around to developing them!

We hope everyone is enjoying the fall. It is FINALLY cooling down so we can play outside and enjoy the parks.

Friday, September 12, 2008

Blogging Break!

I have been terrible about keeping my blog updated, but I realized the people who were looking at it were people I see everyday. However, I need to say a little blurp about my baby starting school. Yes, I cried as I pulled away from the parking lot.
Skylen started half day kindergarten (Kindersteps) at Haley Elementary about a month ago and has adapted well. The first few weeks was a challenge trying to explain why we go to school everyday. Skylen's teacher, Mrs. Larson, says she has made many new friends and is quite the leader. She already has a little boy who won't leave her alone and she says he is mean. However, I have been told, Jack actually has a little crush on her and says mean things to get her attention. Boys, I better get ready. Skylen is working on her handwriting, reading and counting to 100. She amazes me everyday. - Skylen I love you and I am very proud of you.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

A Year of making memories!