Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Celebrating Forever on May 16th!!

I am so grateful for Michael and I love him SOOO much!! He is the best husband ever - he is so kind and loving, sweet and thoughtful, sensitive and caring! I am so blessed to have him as Mine. I love the Eternity we share and am excited to spend Forever with him and our sweet Daughter, Chelsea!

Taking Pictures @ the Bountiful Temple

Our Wedding Rings -Goldesign Jeweler's

We stayed at the Silver King Hotel in Park City - equipped with a full-size kitchen and a jacuzzi!

The Anniversary Dinner Michael Made Me: Quiche, Steak, & Strawberries!

My Anniversary Flowers! + a Date Night @ the Studio (recording ME)!

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Vote for Chelsea!

Help my Mommy and Daddy win $400.00 to Dick's Grocery Market by voting for me at:


I'm contestant #35.

Tell all your friends and family to vote for me, too!

Thanks a million ice cream cones . . . think of how much baby food $400.00 will buy!

The contest ends June 3rd.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Chelsea is growing up TOO fast!

I love these pictures of Chelsea - she is growing up SO fast! She is becoming so attentive & alert! She LOVES people - we went out to eat at Five Guys last Friday and she was in Heaven!! She couldn't stop laughing and smiling. I'm pretty sure the 2-year-old next to us was falling in love with her; he couldn't take her eyes off her and he kept saying "baby," SO CUTE!! At Chelsea's 4 month checkup she was the average height of a 6 month old (95% for height). Now she's almost 6 months old and she's only gotten bigger . . .

My First Try @ French Bread

Since Michael served his mission in France I've been trying to learn how to bake bread like the French do (this is an almost impossible, because real French bread is AMAZING or so I hear) - this was my first try at French Bread! I liked how it turned out as far as the taste goes and how crunchy it got on the outside; however, I think I would've liked it to be a little bit more fluffy on the inside, I think I added a tiny bit too much flour - Michael said it was great for my first time . . . The difference between American French bread and French French bread is the outside crust. Our ovens can't get as hot as French ovens so what I had to do was put a bowl of water in the oven along with the bread to make it "feel" hotter. It seemed to do the trick. I'll let you know how the next batch goes . . .