Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Weekend in Bear Lake

Last weekend our friends, Scotty and Jenn, invited us up for a nice weekend at their cabin in Bear Lake. We had so much fun playing games, snacking, sledding, snowmobiling and staying up late playing guitar hero. (Tim got Guitar Hero III for Christmas and we are now addicted.)

We didn't take to many pictures that weekend. We only pulled out the camera when we let the kids play in the snow. This was Addison's first time playing in the snow, and well. . . lets just say it wasn't her favorite activity. We did however manage to get some great pictures.

Daddy and Addison

Scotty and little Scotty

Jenn and Scotty

Our little snow bunny

Scotty sure is one of the sweetest little boys around.

Giving Eskimo kisses

And here it is, how Addison really felt about being in the snow!!!
Isn't that the saddest little face!?!

Thanks Scotty and Jenn for inviting us, we had a blast!

15 comments:

Family of 7 said...

Great Pictures! All my kids loved the snow at that age except one and once she learned she could eat it...she was happy!

Mont, Becky & Bailey James said...

So cute. You have to tell me where you got her cute snowsuit. Bailey needs one, or Mont's aunt is going to turn us into DFS. lol ;)

Shandi Brown said...

Cute! I love her all bundled! I also love your new back-ground paper, you are good at this blogging thing!

Caryn said...

Oh, those are sooo cute. We really want Berk to see snow before he is 2, but who knows! I went running today in shorts and a tank and was sweaty when I got done! Oh, the difference 12 hours south makes... Gotta love the AZ winters!

The Rush Family said...

Very cute now background layout, Kim! You always have the best looking blog around! Looks like Addison and I feel the same way about the cold and snow! Such cute pictures of her!

Carson and Courtney said...

Very cute pictures. Olivia is also not to sure about the cold snow. Hey Kim since I don't know to much about you I tagged you. I thought it would be fun to learn more about this cute mom I read about! Just check out my blog!
Courtney

Ed, Kalisa, Dyson, & Savannah said...

How fun! I bet it was beautiful up in Bear Lake. Don't worry Addison, I don't like being cold either. Cute pics of the kids. I like your new background paper.

Nick and Laura Nielsen said...

I love Addison's face! I don't blame her... it is freezing outside! Cute new blog look. I still need a tutoring session for Photoshop. We need to get together soon.

Cram Corner said...

So I have decided that you have such cute taste I need your help on fixing my blog page! Or maybe you can tell me your little secret on how you get the cutest pages?

Patti Smith said...

Looks like a fun weekend. I have pictures of Makayla looking exactly the same way when she was that young!

Josh, Abbie and Tienna said...

Hi Tim and Kim!! I found your blog from Tawni's and have to tell you your little Addison is adorable (which I'm sure you already know)!!! I'm so glad things are going well for you guys! If you want you can check out our blog at http://joshvandy.blogspot.com.
Abbie Vandersteen

Shandi Brown said...

Hey Kim,
Good job on Sunday! I was wondering how you do the collage of pictures on your blog. Do you do that before uploading it to your post?

The Morris Family said...

Those pictures of Addie are priceless! I have one exactly like it of Mason at the same age. He grew out of that stage by the next winter. I hope we can see you all soon! I need to get photo shop, so I can do all of those cute things with my pic.s. Love ya!!!!

Welch TLC said...

Kim, it was so great spending some time with you and Addison during the holiday break. I can not thank you enough for reaching out to me and making it happen. Addison is beautiful,I love her smile, she is a doll. You are beautiful still and will always just be so incredible woman. I wish you all the best and look forward to staying in touch.
Laura

Justin and Jill said...

I think you have a little princess on your hands! I'll bet next winter she loves the snow. One thing I've noticed about my kids--they can handle the snow and cold much better than me!