Saturday, November 19, 2011

Kendyl Mac turns ONE!

So this is just a little late and I have no pictures since my camera is in Salt Lake and Im at my moms BUT..... Kendyl turned ONE!!!
She is just the best little girl and we love her so much. She is so smart and so wild! She has the best support from so many people and we thank EVERYONE so much for coming to her birthday party and for supporting her and us. It is so crazy to think about the great friends and family we have, especially when we miss so much of everybody elses stuff because of where we live. So seriously from the bottom of our hearts, Thank you!
Kendyl can't walk quite yet, even though I know she wants to so bad. She can hold our hand or the couch chair or table and walk. She knows what a doggie, cow, duck and sheep says. She can say thank you and uh-oooooh. She absolutely loves to dance. She can melt your heart with her smiles, hugs and kisses. She sleeps all night long and then takes a good 2-3 hour nap *most days. She loves graham crackers and refried beans. She loves drawers and cupboards, paper and anything that makes a mess.
She now weighs 18.7 pounds and is 28 inches long. This makes her 20 percentile in weight and 55th in height.
Well, I will post pictures of the sweet girl later!

Monday, November 14, 2011

were back!

We are moved across the street from this until The very end of December! I would take this over.....

This ANY DAY! This road below is Kansas. This is what we had to look at for 30 miles to the nearest ANYTHING! So here is our review of Kansas.

Kansas was flat and very desolate. We honestly didn't have anything living between us and 30 miles away except a few thousand cows and millions of dead corn stocks. When we made it to town (Garden City) it was made up of about 95% hispanics. This made for one good thing, an amazing mexican restaurant. The other 5% were modern day amish called the menonites. They also had a pretty good restaurant.

Our house was tucked in down a mile dirt road and surrounded by trees. It used to be an old cabin on a mini lake. The lake is totally dried up and the cabin is turned into a house. We had no grass and just dirt, dead trees, and half the population of flies. Everyday I would kill about 20 and Jase would come home and kill about 20 inside our house. That makes for an annoyance when they are buzzing ALL around us and on every piece of food we try to eat. Our house thankfully had satelite tv, but unfortunatley it had the worst phone service and no internet. We learned a lot from disney channel, The doctors, Ellen and E. We watched Kim Kardashian get married, AND divorced all from our humble abode.

Im sure people love Kansas. For me, its not my type of place I would ever want to even visit again. We are so thankful for the opportunity to go there, especially at what was going on in our lives. At the same time, were beyond thankful to be moved to utah and living across from temple square. Here is my chance for big city living!