Friday, January 29, 2010

Here I am....

Once again I am months behind on blogging. I will quickly try to catch up.....
December was such a fun month. Christmas Break was the best since we had so many fun events and family get together. Although it was rather hectic.

We had two family weddings once again. This was defiantly the year of love or something. I don't think I have ever even been invited to this many weddings. So Matt and I's nephew got married to a cute gal and then the week after my sister got married to a wonderful guy as well. Let's just say those two weeks were full of family fun.

Since I am not carrying any babies in my belly, I thought I might as well take this opportunity to take on skiing. I have only been once my whole life, and that was not the best experience. I was in my early 20's, never been, it was snowing hard and I was thrown on a blue hill my first time down. Seriously! Basically you can imagine how a beginner would feel about these circumstances... After that awful experience Matt told me her would take me when he started teaching a Tate. That made this year the perfect year.

I did alright my first lesson and we decided to take another trip out to the slope on a day without Tate. We had so much fun. I wish I took pictures, but I am horrible at that. Basically you could see me going down the hill in all sorts of unique ways (backwards, sitting down, laying down, etc.). It may sound like I didn't do to well, but I did. We just had some funny moments of me trying to get up when I fell. I hated trying to stand up after a fall.

During December I was also working on a super huge project! My parents had given me my old doll house and I really wanted to make it over for Addie. I got a late start so I sort of had to rush it. I am still not quite finished. I have one of the rooms with no furniture, plus would like to do something with the attic. I have some more ideas of things I would like to add later on. Hopefully I can get to that soon.

Anyways, these are pics from start to finish. My cute boy, Tate, helped me paint the furniture since I was in a time crunch. He was very excited to be involved in this project.