Sunday, June 29, 2008
Friday, June 20, 2008
Sam is getting around like you wouldn't believe. He sits up okay but usually face plants it after a couple of minutes. He rolls around the room to get what he wants. Then in the middle of our Sunday school class he started to army crawl to one of the boys scriptures. Then out the window the lesson went as 5 six year olds (and us) clapped and cheered Sam on. He has since been a very busy little guy. We've started to barricade him in the family room so he doesn't move to the stairs. No toy is safe from his mouth now that he is on the prowl.
Posted by Dianna at 7:31 AM
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
Good news is that Gordon is getting a promotion sad news that we need to move to Albuquerque, New Mexico ( I had to google how to spell it). Which for those who can't remember their geography (DaNae) it is a four corner state. It is between Arizona and Texas. We are putting our house on the market mid July. His promotion is "official" March 2009 but they want him their full-time between Sept./Oct. So if our house doesn't sell then we'll see him every other weekend. Not sure on details. I guess there is the National Atomic Museum. I think the boys will love that.
Any positive feedback on NM would be helpful. We are excited for Gordon's big break but sad about leaving Lehi we really like it here. But I guess all good things come to an end eventually. It is possible in 3-5 years of moving back to Utah. But, who know maybe we'll actually like New Mexico and stay. We'll see what happens. A new adventure awaits the Thompsons!
Posted by Dianna at 6:50 PM
Sunday, June 15, 2008
We decided to celebrate Gordon graduating from University of Phoenix with a family trip to Disneyland. After all, we (the boys and I) were the driving force and we finally had our dad and husband back after 3 years. We had so much fun but it seems we need a vacation from our vacation. We had a busy week. We started our trip by going to Zion National Park and it was so pretty.
As a side note when asking random people to take your picture. Be specific. I should have told this man we would like to see the pretty red rock behind us not the red cement. I guess it is hard to take a picture when it is arms length away from you to see.
Posted by Dianna at 9:52 AM