Happy Holidays to all of our family and friends. We love you and wish we could see you more often! We are looking forward to celebrating the New Year together as a family. Christmas was a busy and fun. We weren't able to sit down and watch a holiday favorite, "It's a Wonderful Life" until December 29th but better late than never. We do feel like life is wonderful because even with the ups and downs, we know that our Savior has a plan for us.
The kids have had a fun year. Max loves Tae Kwon Do, he played soccer and took swimming lessons, is a self-proclaimed book worm and loves school. He is an exceptional helper around the house.
Ryan started kindergarten and loves it. He played soccer and took swimming lessons as well. He is my artist. He loves to create. He is a really caring person. Both boys are lovers of Lego, Star Wars, Ninjago and bike riding.
Jason is talking up a storm lately, saying his abcs and counting. He loves to tell you his colors and even test you on them. ; ) He loves jumping, airplanes, cars, trucks, playing catch, Winnie the Pooh and Mickey Mouse. He loves his friends and siblings. He's a very social little guy.
Evelyn walks and runs. She and Jason have the cutest relationship and can make each other laugh. She also likes to take his cars and run away giggling. She is a really snuggly little girl which we LOVE. She is also really social. She loves puzzles and books and pushing the doll stroller around whether or not there's a baby in it.
Tony was finally able to move to the day shift which makes us do the happy dance every time we think about it. He now leads a crew working in the Boeing P8-A program. He also substitute teaches at South Seattle Community College in the Aviation Maintenance program. Debbie volunteers at the elementary school and works from home and is a happy, busy mom.
We are looking forward to more fun in 2015. Most exciting of all, Max's baptism will be on July 11th and you are welcome to come.