Monthly Archives: September 2011

Jumping Pound Fun ~395 days old

Then we found an empty little bouncy castle and Grae bobbed around to her heart’s content.

Celebrating Josh ~394 days old

This afternoon we celebrated Josh’s life with a beautiful 2 hour service and lunch afterwards. We laughed, we cried, and we danced to some of his original tracks. Since I was in charge of the technology, Auntie Rozi kept Grae fed and happy throughout the entire thing.

Visiting Great Gido ~393 days old

Tonight when we arrived in Edmonton, we went to my Aunt’s house for dinner. My Gido had just been released from a hospital in Edmonton earlier that day, so lucky for us, Gracen got to meet her Great Gido for the very first time.

Side of the Highway Stop ~393 days old

This afternoon we headed towards Edmonton for my stepbrother’s service. We were about half way there when Gracen started patting the front of her diaper and saying “po-po” (poo poo).

Walking Crew ~393 days old

This morning I bundled up the girls, put the handsome Magger on his leash, an headed outside for a walk around the neighbourhood with my crew. Sadly, today is our last day with Magnum because he is going to a new home this afternoon. It will be terribly sad to say goodbye to him, but he couldn’t be going to a better home. Between running a business and having 3 kids under the age of 5, my brother and sister-in-law just don’t have enough time for him. His new owner is a retired K9 unit trainer who loves dogs so much that he will not take a vacation without taking his dog along, so we know that he will be very happy there.

T.R.O.U.B.L.E. ~393 days old

That’s what these two are.

Munchkins for Hire ~392 days old

What do you think? Would you hire this duo?

Alberta Bound ~392 days old

This morning Gracen and I headed to the airport to catch a flight to Calgary. Sadly, this trip is not for fun. It’s to celebrate the life of my stepbrother, who tragically lost his life last Saturday.

Tricked Ya! ~391 days old

‘Here, Mama. This one’s for you’

Knees of Steel ~390 days old

Whenever we return home from being out, I set Grae down on the front lawn and we enjoy a couple of minutes outside. When it’s time to go inside, she always crawls to the concrete path first, and then heads to the doorstep, rather than just crawling across the grass. Apparently she’s got knees of steel.