Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Where are we now?

So I am going to start the blog thing. I signed up a couple of months ago, but didn't have the patience to try and figure it all out. I've decided that now is as good of time as any.

So where are the wd now. D.J. just graduated in December of 06. Yeah! We are no longer students. We are currently in , a little town in Washington. D.J is working at a wonderful Chiropractic office and Peaches is at home with the boys. Lil' E and Doble (Double in spanish) keep their mommy busy. It seems like they are constantly sick since we moved. Hopefully sickness is behind us and we can enjoy the approaching summer. Doble is turning 1 in a week and a half. I don't know where this last year went. He still seems too much like the baby to be turning one. Lil' E will be 3 in a month. He is getting so big. It is so weird to think that our little family is growning up. We are expecting our third child early october (hopefully late september). Well that is us for you in a nutshell. Hopefully I use this site often enough to really keep you posted on the fun and exciting things that take place for us.
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Look at your darling little family! Congrats on the the new one.

Olivia Kate

Great blog!! I will be adding your blog to our page....
Come check it out!


Great idea! I hope you blog often. It's so good reading about you guys!!!


You guys look so good together,congrats on the new lil one too, the kids are sooo cute,I'm really proud of you guys.
I need to start one of these pages thats to cool.
Monique from Rosamond
I hope to talk to ya guys soon

Darnell, Amy, Kymora, and Bo

Due in October huh?! Everyone is pregnant aren't they? Me, you, Kristie was, Britta is, so is Julie Riley, and MaryKaye! Look at us! What are we going to do with 3 kids??!!

Elder "Eveman"

thankyou for sending that to me I love seeing how big the boys are getting even though I have been on my misson for some time now I can still see how every one is doing and how much every one is growing even though I can't be there to see it happen first hand.