Is this really necessary? Does he REALLY need to attach the camera to his head while biking? I fear the camera won’t last long…
Me and Rushton at Ruth’s Diner up in Emigration Canyon for a birthday lunch. Yum. (Thanks everyone for all the birthday wishes via phone, email, Facebook, text, and blog comments! 27 is going to be a super year – I can tell already.)
Rush shopped til he dropped. Poor little buddy.
He smiles a TON nowadays. It’s so cute!!!
And this picture was taken last year, but it just goes to show how beautiful Utah is. This is Tibble Fork, up American Fork Canyon. To think this kind of beauty is less than 30 miles from our home. Gorgeous!
He found his fist. And it’s soooooooooooooo cute! You don’t have to watch the whole entire video – it’s mostly all the same footage, but I can’t bring myself to delete any of it. This kid kills me.
And it officially happened: This blog has turned into a show and tell all about my kid. He’s all I got! I hardly have any social interaction in any given day, and I rarely even step outside. Good thing he’s cute.
I’ve always wanted to go to the Tulip Festival at Thanksgiving Pointe, and we finally made it there this year on our anniversary. It was a perfect spring day to be outside – warm, breezy, sunny, and full of flowers. (NO MORE SNOW, UTAH. Understand??) And to add to the perfectness of the outing, we went with our friends, the Wintertons.
Here’s what Rushton thought of the day at first.
Then after seeing all of this, his attitude changed a bit. I can hardly believe places like this even exist, especially less than 10 miles from my house! Must be what heaven looks like.