Thursday, January 22, 2009

Lost is Back!

If you don't watch Lost then you might as well skip this post and scroll down, there are cute pictures of my kids down there.

Wow! I'm sooooo happy that Lost is back. Did you watch the two shows last night? Wasn't that fun? I know there are a lot of people that don't like where the show is going, but I love it! Bring it on! So, the island is moving through time apparently. What a cool concept. There is so much potential there for cool stories, and with that first episode they haven't let us down. (I do think Lock telling Ethan that Ben made him his leader was a little stupid on his part).

And I love Hurley episodes. He is so freakin' funny. I'm glad that he's still part of the show. I loved the part where Annalusia gave him a lecture for stopping when the cops pulled him over. For a second there I thought he was still alive. I hope we get to see what Hurley sees more often. I don't think he's crazy, I think he can really talk to dead people. lol.

Anyway, I'm sorry if you came here looking for pictures of my kids, they will come, but when Lost is going I tend ramble about Lost.

Monday, January 05, 2009

Graham cracker houses

For a FHE we made graham cracker houses with the kids. They didn't turn out so great but the kids had a lot of fun.

I made a marshmallow snowman for Sydney's house and she decided she wanted to make snowmen out of the gumdrops. I think there's one of every color.

Here you can see Savannah's house gradually falling apart.

Christmas early at the Bangerter's

Well, Lindy's family was in Spain for Christmas so with celebrated with them on December 13th.

Logan's favorite part of opening presents was trying to eat the paper.

Lindy got bins to put her holiday decorations in and the girls loved playing in them.

Christmas tree

The girls love to take the ornaments off the tree.


I know this is really late, but I'm trying to catch up.

We have a tradition at my Granny's (Lindy's) that we go from the youngest to the oldest saying what we are thankful for and we pick a card. Each of the cards have money in them. Most of them have $1 and some have $5, $10, $20. One of them has $50. Since there are so many people in my family it's not as easy as you would think to get the big money. All of us got $1, but that's $5 we didn't have before.