Thanks to everyone who was able to help us with our little boy while I was in Utah. It was so fun to come home to such a happy boy.
Love you guys.
This morning my sisters and I are on our way down to Utah to help my sisters family after the death of her husband, Naki.
Naki's death was very unexpected, and we are all still reeling from the news. Please keep my sister and her 6 little girls in your prayers, they desperately need them. If you are interested in helping the Maile family, you can go to any Wells Fargo and donate money to the Naki Maile Family fund, or go the website, www.nakisgirls.com.
We are so grateful for the gospel's peaceful influence. As we all continue to work through this difficult time, it is so amazing to know with a surety that we are all children of our Heavenly Father, he has a plan for us, and we will all be together again, forever.
We love you Naki. We are all going to miss you.
This month at Paul Mitchell they are helping recognize Breast Cancer Awareness month. We are so proud of the women in our family who have fought cancer. We are so lucky to have such an amazing example of strength in our immediate family. So, to celebrate that, Lizzie put pink in her hair.
For my part, I wanted to shout out how proud I am of all women who have or are fighting cancer. We are so lucky to witness your amazingly strong spirits.
Things have been pretty busy and fun lately. We've had birthday's, out of town visits, and just general craziness around here. (Candy is putting pink is Lizzie's hair this very moment. It looks awesome.)
I love this picture because this is pretty much the energy I'm feeling around here lately. Cozy, but crazy. Gotta love having so much family around.
Have fun in Boise James!
Sometimes I wonder how Heavenly Father feels when he has to teach me a lesson about 89 times. Last year at Christmas I learned that special days aren't always about the event itself, but that we are all doing something special together. I love listening to General Conference, but this year was so fun having so many gather to listen together. In the middle of the Sunday session, I was trying to imagine how it must have felt to gather and listen to King Benjamin's address, and I think this year I experienced that a little.
So, we've been busy. Crazy busy. So busy I just uploaded all my pictures from two weeks. That kinda busy. I haven't sorted through them all, but I found this one, and it is by far my favorite.
Happy General Conference!
P.S. Abby is getting some crazy hair