Unfortunately those two words have never went well together. But the last year Carter has been fortunate enough to have a great primary presidency and primary teachers that are not only patient but good with him. This is one of his teachers Logan Wilde. He sent me these pictures that Carter had taken in class. We died laughing at them! Oh, the stories we will have to tell one day! Carter is one of a kind kid, that's for sure. But he makes us laugh!
My brother Brandon, his wife Jen and their daughter Ashley took me on a drive to Park City to look at some jobs. Since I would be answering his business phone and doing scheduling for him while his secretary was on vacation. After they took me to Ruth's Chris restaurant. It was delicious! I am so thankful for the opportunity to get closer to my brother. I feel like we have missed out on a lot over years but I am looking forward to getting to know each other better in the future.
Rusty and Kelly invited to a Mule Deer Foundation dinner. They had an extra dinner ticket so they asked Brylee to go. They do a raffle at every table for a rifle. Brylee was the lucky winner at our table! I don't know who was more excited though!!! It is a Marlin 243 rifle, it will be a perfect gun for her to hunt with. We are so happy for her!
We're Ben and Trisha we were married June 16, 2004. We have 5 wonderful children, Logan, Brylee, Boston, Carter and Brendan. Ben works for his Dad as a Plumber and I get the joy of being a stay-at-home Mom. So welcome to our blog, I hope you enjoy a little peak into our crazy life!
"If you are still in the process of raising children...be aware that the tiny fingerprints that show upon almost every newly cleaned surface, the toys, scattered about the house, the piles and piles of laundry to be tackled will disappear all too soon & that you will-to your surprise-miss them profoundly." -President Thomas S. Monson
riding his dirtbike
playing with friends
p.b. and jelly sandwiches
riding his bike
playing baseball with Dad
to be home
late night movies
sucking his thumb his blanket eating sleeping his crib rolling over his family smiling talking