Motherhood = going crazy one day at a time!

Saturday, March 29, 2008

Fingers crossed!!

I hope this works!!

This is the video I took of Masaru at the beach. I hope it works. I laugh out loud every time I watch it.
And this is Yuki eating her peas! Dru was suppose to just take a pic and so I left her dirty to begin with but then he told me he was filming. I watch this and feel bad for Yuki. Clearly she hates it and I'm just shoveling it in her mouth. Poor girl. Is this abuse?
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Wednesday, March 26, 2008

We're home!!

Well we surprized everyone back in the U.S.A of our coming home 6 weeks early. It was pretty funny actually. Dru called from San. Fran. and his father answered and while they were talking asked "So what are the chances of you coming home early?" Dru had this big grin on his face and proceeded to tell his father that we were on American soil and if he could pick us up in a couple of hours.
Shauna and Mas picked us up and Shauna announced that was the best phone call she's had in a long time. It was pretty cute. It's always nice to know you're wanted.
We arrived home on the 21st of March.
That morning in NZ we had an easter egg hunt with the cuzzies before we left. It was really fun. I left a bucket with one chocolate easter bunny in it. Masaru ran out in the morning all excited as well as the others.
I told them the bunny had left me this note with clues to the other eggs and they needed to listen to the rules and clues. They had the funnest time. Running here, there and everywhere to receive the eggs.
Our house was tidy when we cam home to Utah and then a bomb exploaded in our luggage and now I'm only getting on top of it and it's Wednesday!!
Thankfully Dru's parents fed us the whole weekend since we had zero food in the house. It was a nice easter weekend.
We had a warm reception at church that Sunday. We never did make it to our classes!! We made it to sacrament though. It was nice to be greeted so well there too.
We decided to come home because we have a lot of think about and do. We're probably going to go to Idaho law school so I need to slowly but surely start packing the house into apartment size again, (does anyone else think this is a step back?) Don't mention that to Dru.
We need to figure out how to pay for law school. So we've got a lot of research and praying to do as well as still needing to hear from 4 more schools.
The UofU said no. So we're pretty bummed about that.
We prayed about the decision to come back to Utah and recieved a yes. So it made it easier for me to leave. Although I cried on the plane uncontrolably for about half an hour.
It wasn't straight away either. It was about 6 hours into the flight. Weird!
So we're leaving summer only to come into summer here. Three summers in a row. I kinda feel bad for Yuki as I think this winter she'll freeze like a cute little popsicle.
It's nice to be in my own bed, it's nice to be in my own house but I miss my family and the free medical care and all the good food and people.
I'm completely torn between two countries. It's kinda sad but what do you do?
I think out of everything I know I'm meant to be where Dru is and at the end of the day it's here in Utah for now.
Ok I think this post is pretty random with my thoughts and writings so I'll cut it off here.

Sunday, March 23, 2008

Happy Easter

Happy Easter Love, Myles

Well it's Easter Sunday and we had a wonderful day. I had sharing time this month and so I got to teach about Christ and the Resurrection today. We made "Tombs" of cake with a nilla wafer for a door. They turned out really cute, but it was a lot of work to bake that many. We had a great dinner of Ham and funeral potatoes, fruit salad, green salad, asparagus, deviled eggs, and bread. All followed by Carrot cake made from scratch. It was delicious!, if I do say so myself. We had our good friends, the Larsens, over for dinner and a little Easter egg hunt. All in all it was a wonderful day. Myles looked so cute in his Easter duds, everyone thinks he is a beautiful baby! I think so too.

Myles and Mommy had a great time at the Monrovia Easter Festival at the park. We had a easter egg hunt, got our picture taken with the easter bunny and picked a book we love from the Monrovia Reads bus. It was a grand time and the weather was just beautiful. What more could you ask for for FREE.