Tuesday, October 13, 2009

It was a good summer.
The garden grew - we even learned a few lessons along the way...
like, never plant an entire row of radishes,
or, zucchini...
But when all was said and done, it grew well...


and so did all the kids.
This buddy is 8 months old now...



And this monkey turned 3...



This guy turned 6...




Also, the big kids had swim lessons.

This chick rocked. She had never had lessons before, and has a definite natural ability. By the end of the summer she was at a level 6. She loved every minute of it.


This picture of Jake cracks me up, every time.


This one just played.



We went to bear lake.


And the park...
Here I am with my two oldest.


Also, we went to Logan for the 4th...
thought I would throw in a little eye candy for you, my hubby and little brother

My sweet little ones

They grow too fast. This summer was a good one.

10 comments:

Shelby said...

Yay..you blogged! I love the new fall blog background, and the pictures of your summer are so cute. Call me so we can get together one of these days!

Jeanine said...

Good to see your updates -- kids are getting big!

trashielassie said...

Jenny,

I am so glad you posted again. Love all the pictures. Call me!

Kerstin

Pam's Ponderings said...

I have watched and waited for your posts! So glad you did!
Have a great day!!!
Pam

rebecca said...

your garden is great... i loved the pics, they are getting so big. i almost cried when i saw them, we miss you sooo much

Jenny said...

Hey girl... Love to see these cute pics of the kids. Your garden was a great one. Thanks for sharing.

Mrs. B said...

So cute! I love a toothless 6 year old. So funny. I always ask the kids, "You LOST your tooth??!! What if you need it again?" They always get so perplexed. Your little family is wonderful, and they have a great mommy. Glad for the update.

Katie said...

Sounds like you guys did have a great summer. I loved your garden it looked great. The kids are so fun to watch.

Lefty said...

let's get together, yeah-yeah-yeah; think of all that we can sha-are! (Parent Trap reference.)

We were driving down to Idaho Falls and I saw the "Blackfood 30 Miles" sign and thought: I need to meet Jenny here soon.

Email me: prone-girl@hotmail.com. Then we can plan a little somethin'-somethin'!

Jen and Dave said...

jenny things look great. I can't remember if you told us you were planting a garden. I suck for not remembering. it's the lack of sleep I'm getting right now :-) I love the picture of the eye candy especially the guy on the left he's a babe. want to give me his number?
love ya