Thursday, April 26, 2012

OGA Fieldtrip

Everson's preschool class took a field trip to OGA, a gymnastic place.  He was very timid at first and started to cry when he had to leave me and go down onto the floor, but after two minutes, he was totally fine.  By the end of their time there he didn't want to leave because he was having so much fun!

Everson loved jumping into the foam pit and did it over and over again.  More times then any other kid!  Here is a video of him getting permission to run and jump into the pit.

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Bridger's 1st Birthday part 3!

My parents were not able to make it up for either of the two previous parties, so when they did come into town we had a third party!  My Aunt made the cute cakes!

Birthday cousins!

Eating his cake!

Brooklyn eating her cake!

 Bridger opening his presents!

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Bridger's 1st Birthday part 2

We had another celebration for Bridger's birthday on Easter Sunday since the day before didn't work out with a lot of Todd's families schedules.  I don't think Bridger minded one bit to have another party just for him!

Eating his cup cake!

Opening presents!

Happy Easter!

Easter morning!  The only pictures that were taken that morning!  Maybe next year we'll remember to take more.

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Bridger's 1st Birthday part 1

Our baby is 1!  We love our little one year old!

Birthday babies!  Bridger and his cousin, Brooklyn, are just three days apart.  She is older.

Bridger started out eating his cake very clean, but then decided to just dig in!

Aunt Shelley showed him how to chow down!

 Brooklyn also started out taking it slow and then dove right in.  When she was done eating her cake she started dropping it on the floor to let us know!

 Messy birthday babies in the bath getting all clean before opening their presents!

 Opening presents!

Easter Candy Hunt

Our neighborhood puts on an Easter Egg Hunt every year the Saturday before Easter, but this is the first year we have gone. I'm not sure why because it was fun and the boys had a good time. Instead of filling the plastic Easter eggs for the hundred kids that showed up, the people just throw the candy out into the grass and the kids hunt for candy. Our boys could care less if the candy was in a plastic egg or not. Either way they get candy!

Canon gathering all the candy he can find.

Our niece, Kyrie, getting her share of candy and being very excited she found a sucker.

Everson ran out there, collected a good amount of candy and then announced he had as much as he wanted.