Thursday, August 27, 2009

There is no end of the earth

Here's how I know, I haven't fallen off yet. Yes, we've been gone a while, but I needed a break. Period. So here we go.

The first weekend in August some family came to visit , and our original plans were spoiled. We were going to go whitewater rafting down the Hoback, however being the unusually rainy summer that it has been it decided not to disappoint us. It was cold and rainy thus changing our plans to a Jackson Hole visit.

This is Adam and Jayden. They were best buddies that weekend. Holding hands, and everything, it was pretty darn cute.

The photographer in me loved the lighting from that the overhang allowed, too bad, my subject wouldn't pose without his pacifier.

I like Jackson, I just wish that we would have wondered around more. The cold wasn't bad because we were mostly under awnings, or in stores or galleries. There were so amazing photographers and their galleries.

Just waiting outside with the group.

Adam has figured out how to cover people's eyes when he's on their shoulders.

And be an absolute goof.

He wasn't too fond of the this Native American Chief. No, he's not real, just a very impressive statue.

This is what Adam looks like when he's just been woken up when taken out of the car. And I think his daddy is so sweet to cuddle him. P.S. It's Travis' birthday today, Happy Birthday Trav, we love you!

This is what Adam looks like when his eyes are open, but not necessarily awake.

Jayden and Adam had grilled cheese sandwiches and milk downstairs while watching Finding Nemo and the adults ate upstairs.

Quick story about Jayden and Adam. When we were in Jackson, Jayden found a grass hopper and was so excited about it. He was just laughing and pointing so proud to have found this grass hopper. Adam came over to see what the commotion was about, and saw the cause. And...SPLAT! Adam stomped on the grass hopper. Adam had no reaction and was fine, Jayden on the other hand was traumatized. He cried for a good 15 min or so. I felt bad for Jayden, but was glad that Adam knew that we smash bugs. It was pretty funny.

This was a cake I made for Travis' and my graduation that I forgot to post with our graduation stuff. It was made with fondant and a chocolate cake.


  1. Looks like you guys had fun despite the weather. We've really missed you, though! Hopefully we can get together soon when things calm down a bit.

  2. Looks like a party! However, I will have to say that it may be a long time before I ever make or eat fondant frosting again. Nothing against it, but when you OD on it, you have nightmares and stomach aches for weeks.