Well I have to tell you I am so excited that I have a cute blog. I would look at everyone else blogs and think hey how did they get there's so cute! Well after a long night of a blog make over, I think it turned out pretty good. So I hope you enjoy it cause it was worth it. I haven't been in to the blog thing ever, but it is fun seeing everyone's day to day lives, and all the exciting news. So hopefully this will help keep you in touch with our lives better too. ENJOY!
Well the last couple of weeks we have been trying to put our backyard in. Jim has been working hard and got all the springler lines ran and done. We only had one accident of me running it over already with the 4-wheeler and breaking one. Sorry that makes for even more work. We borrowed our neighbors tractor to level out the lawn, and the girls thought that was cool! So after we leveled it with the tractor, we pulled a screen around behind the 4-wheeler and made it even smoother. I thought it would be fun to take a before and after picture. Dirt..... Grass! It's funny how grass just makes it look better. We had a ton of grass though. 12 pallets of grass, and over 7,000 sq. feet. So we were out there yesterday all day, but it was worth it. Good thing we have great nephews Randy and Jason who came and helped us all day long!
Today was Kylee's last day of preschool. They have been learning about indians. So they had and indian pow pow. They danced around the camp fire, and had a party of popcorn and cornbread. Over the past couple of weeks they have been making all of the different parts of their indian outfits. She even has a papoose. Brinkley and I got to go and watch and enjoy the food.
My name is Amy and I was born in Liberty, UT. I have lived in Southern Utah for 8 years and have been married for 6 on May 1st. My husband is Jim, whom I adore and love spending time with. I have 2 girls Kylee who is 4, and Brinkley who is a 2 1/2. They keep us busy and bring so much happiness and excitement to our home. We just recently moved to outside of Mesa Arizona the end of Febuary. It has been a big change for us, we have always lived basically in St. George. So we have had a lot of adjustments, but have been welcomed warmly in our neighborhood that we love!