I love his “talking” face. He was telling us about how much he loves cupcake liners.
This is the really fancy design that Tom made for Trent’s art show flyer.
Reading times with dad.
Spencer prefers to feed himself.
We had a fun family party on Monday, the 19th, for Anna’s birthday and Valentine’s Day. Spencer was having a great time.
Cutie Torbin was running up to him to make him laugh.
Good catch with the camera. I can’t wait to have a two-year-old. 😉
Helping mom blow out her candles.
Genetics. This was not posed.
Tom made us this awesome Valentine.
And this one for mom and dad.
And this one for Jon and Anna.
Tom got to go to a ritzy restaurant at Jon’s work with Grandpa and dad.
As far as I know, they had a great time.
And really interesting/yummy food.
My poor angel was sick all week. We had to hold him through the night for a few days. He had a hard time sleeping because of congestion and coughing. It was the saddest.
These were my prize for winning our Game-On competition. I love them! Thanks, Tom and Matt for letting me win.
We had to darken the room and let him sleep in the swing to nap for a few days.
I took this picture at New Beginnings on Tuesday. President Markus gave a great talk to the girls, and his adorable granddaughter helped him. The theme was “Your Happily Ever After,” and she was dressed up like a princess.
Spencer has the best dad.
I love his face.
He was really going at this juice. When we took him to the doctor, she said to get any fluids in him that we could. He loved the apple juice.
This is our new snotsucker. It totally works. I’m so glad we got it.
Resting and drinking our fluids.
Spence got a special letter in the mail from Aunt DaLauna and Cousin Jennie!
He loved it very much. Mostly because he loves anything that I’ll let him put in his mouth. We have such wonderful family.
He was pretty serious about life for a few days this week while he was sick. The poor thing.
On Thursday, the RAW art show was in SLC. Trent was one of the featured artists this time around. Mom, Dad, Brittany, Tom, and Lauren went to support. I got to stay home with the sick boy.
Trent’s artwork was given a lot of space, and hopefully got a lot of positive attention. He is very talented.
Evidently, it was packed and loud.
Way to go, Trent.
Spencer has started to sit up a little better on his own. He’ll have it down in a few weeks, I think. He loves toys.
He also loves watching the dryer. This lasted about 20 minutes. Ha!
He also loves playing any kind of game on our phones. (Okay, mostly he wants to eat our phones.)
He’s a big drooly boy. We love him so much!