One of the things Kent will miss most about our move to Utah is the fact that his partner in crime is not making the move with us. Yes Kent loves his grandparents, aunts, and uncles, but not quite as much as Kent loves Cade. It makes me sad to think they won't be as close to one another for the next few years, but hopefully one day they can pick up where they left off.
Kent and Cade in their Christmas outfits.
Stealing food from Grandpa
Just a cute picture
Since we began the process of moving, the boys have discovered how fun boxes are to play in.
Because my Christmas cards are still on their way from Shutterfly, I thought I would post a preview to wish everyone a Merry Christmas. I love this time of year and we are privileged to spend it with both our families.
Thank you Lance for bearing the cold to take a few pictures of us, you are amazing!
This past weekend was WSU's fall commencement and boy were we excited to have a graduate walking. Ammon finally graduated with his degree in computer science. It was nice to see him walk and it was nice that my family was willing to take care of Kent so I could see him walk. After sitting for 2 1/2 hours Kent had had enough and I sent him to the office, where my mom was working. We loved sharing the weekend with both our families and now for the pictures (thanks to Derek for being our personal photographer).
Right after walking in
"Good thing grandpa runs this place so we can run around the office with our soccer balls."
This past Friday Pullman had its annual tree lighting ceremony downtown and Santa Claus showed up for the cause. Brett, Rachel, and I took the boys downtown to visit Santa and check out the tree. Kent didn't care for Santa, but he loved the miniature candy cane he was given.
Kent and I in front of Pullman's tree.
Kent and Cade with Santa.
We tried to pose the boys in front of the cougar, it didn't go so well. Kent looked like he had seen a real cougar and Cade was blinded by the light.