Sunday, January 6, 2013

Year in Review

In 2012,

Jack: Discovered a talent for indoor soccer, & traveled to Notre Dame to cheer on the Cougars

Jolie: Was baptized, & got her first pair of roller skates

Leah: Started kindergarten, & rode the Tower of Terror

Cal: Learned to switch hit, & taught his mom how to use the App Store

Eddie: Was born, learned to crawl, grew teeth & stole our hearts

Katie: Enjoyed facilitating all of the above 






We are wrapping up a heavenly holiday spent with family, and look forward to sharing 2013 with you. Happy New Year!

10 comments:

Josalyn said...

Love it! Beautiful family Katie. Happy New Year.

Katie and Jeff said...

Love everything about this picture! Especially the people in it!

Lorie said...

Love you guys!! I hope you had a great Christmas and maybe we will get to see each other in 2013!!

Lorie said...

Love you guys!! I hope you had a great Christmas and maybe we will get to see each other in 2013!!

Alison said...

some day we should do the math... because I'm pretty sure I knew your family when your mom was where you are now... a mother of four adorable little ones. And that kindof freaks me out, just a little. Sure do love you, love your family and think of you often!

Steve said...

I thought it was bad enough to cheer for BYU from your couch, let alone traveling somewhere to watch their inevitable implosion...

Jenae said...

Could you be a more beautiful family?

krissiecook said...

Sometimes I wish there were two of you. Mostly so that you would give us a little bit more about your own year than "facilitator". I mean, someone like you would have a lot to say about you. If only there were two of you...

Kristin said...

This beautiful family! I just love you guys.

Vivian said...

I usually think that behind every family photo is a family fight, but I might have to take back that thought after looking at your picture. Your kids look genuinely happy to be posing for this photo shoot. Well done friend.

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