We had such a great Easter Weekend. This was one of the first years we have been home in long time. Stone has always had a big motorcycle race this weekend. This year we decided to take a break and stay home.
Saturday, we went to the Lindon City Easter egg hunt. Which is always crazy. And lots of hard work, for the 2.2 seconds that it lasts. But it really is to much fun to miss. After that we took the kids to breakfast. Then that night we went with the whole Jacobson Clan to see Horton Hears a Who. Stryker was hilarious he didn't move the entire time. Afterwards we went and got pizza.
Monday, March 24, 2008
Monday, March 17, 2008
Warning! ! !
If you ever think you might be baby hungry, because everyone around you is having a baby. Don't go look at puppies. Or else this is what you will end up with...
Meet the newest member of are family
Did we really need another kid?
Posted by Hayley Holliman at 2:36 PM
Friday, March 14, 2008
Swayze had Winter Dance Attack this last weekend. Can you believe I have a daughter going to Dance Attack. Seems like just yesterday that I was there.
Those of you who don't know what Dance Attack is, it's a weekend long workshop full of dance classes. Dance teachers from all over the country (many of which have danced for Radio City Music Hall, or the Rockeets, or on several different music videos.) Come and teach these girls classes. It's a lot of time and hard work. Swayze really worked her butt off. She was even nominated buy two teachers for a scholarship. I was so very proud of her. It's fun to see your kids work so hard at something that you also loved so much.
Swayze, Oakley, and Indy
Winter Dance Attack
Posted by Hayley Holliman at 10:34 AM
Thursday, March 6, 2008
So here we go...
I really have never done anything like this before. It's kind of making me fill like a idiot when it comes to the computer. But I'm going to give it my best shot.
Josh and I have been married now for ten years (can you believe it? Ten years!) We have moved 10 times, all around Utah County. Built 4 1/2 houses, one of which we never lived in. While Josh ran a business employing as many as 30 something employees. And I stayed at home raising four kids (yes, I said four kids!) Needless to say we live a pretty crazy life style. And we wouldn't trade it for the world!!! We are so very blessed.
Posted by Hayley Holliman at 8:43 PM