Tuesday, May 27, 2008
Monday, May 26, 2008
Last weekend we went down to St. George for a wedding reception. It was perfect weather down there, and we had such a great time! We hiked to the Red Cliffs and Caroline loved dipping her feet in the bacteria infested water, and watching the frogs hop all over. Swimming was also a ton of fun and Caroline wasn't shy about dipping her face in the water, while it took me forever just to get in the cold water!
Posted by The Beckstroms at 5:18 PM
Friday, May 23, 2008
Our playgroup has been so much fun! We have gone to the zoo, swimming, and met at almost everyone's home for lunch. We are sad that the Miles have moved to Virginia, and hope that they are doing well! I loved swimming because Caroline was extremely hyper the entire time and was loving splashing in the water. Then after an hour and a half, she laid her head on my shoulder and just took in all that was going on around her. I never wanted to get out of the pool, those moments are the BEST!!! (Lucky for you ladies who were with me, I didn't burst into tears. I usually do when I get to snuggle my sweet baby.)
Posted by The Beckstroms at 8:33 PM
Monday, May 19, 2008
Hello friends and fam! I sent a lot of you an e-mail, but I thought I would post a message here too. Caroline is in a baby contest at www.sassybabies.com and she needs your vote! You just log onto that website and click on the picture of a baby on the home page, then go to the bottom and cast your vote! You can vote every day on most computers, so feel free to join in the fun! There is darling competition, so click on her pic today!!!
Posted by The Beckstroms at 9:43 AM
Wednesday, May 7, 2008
I can't believe that the end has come! 4 days after we got married I started school again. I am so ready to be FUN again! I told Adam he is going to have a new, carefree wife. It was fun to have Adam come to the nursing graduation so we could walk together. They gave him such a great introduction too and said, "We'd like to welcome from the College of Engineering, with a Masters in Biomedical Engineering, Adam Beckstrom." It was a wonderful day and we are excited for all of the changes to come!
Posted by The Beckstroms at 4:34 PM