Last weekend, we went to the American West Heritage Center (awhc.org) to experience their Charlotte's Web-themed corn maze. It was a beautiful day and the boys loved running through the rows of corn. It felt very autumn-y! Afterward, we hung around the AWHC and enjoyed their different displays and farm animals. The boys refused to ride the ponies, but they did love jumping in the hay.
I absolutely love this picture that Chris captured of Tom jumping into the hay pile. Check out that blue sky!
Gord was really excited about finding corn in the corn maze. I have about 10 pictures that look just like this one!
After the AWHC, we went to Macey's to pick out pumpkins for carving. Every year, Chris is adamant that our pumpkins have good stems, but other than that, the kids can pick any type of pumpkin they'd like. Chris chose a huge round one for Neil, Thomas chose a medium-sized round one, and Gordon's is shaped kind of like a skull. Hilarious.
Even though the boys were thrilled about the prospect of pumpkin-carving, when it came to actually helping, they lasted about 2 seconds. Chris, in true character, did all of the dirty work.
For the past several years, Chris has carved this same huge pumpkin grin on each of his Jack-o-lanterns. We love it!
Thomas drew an "M", for Mario, and Gordon drew something that looked like a big blob, so Chris was a little bit liberal with following Gord's strokes. However, Gordon ended up loving his monster/demon pumpkin even more than the blob.
Late Saturday afternoon, our good friends, Ryan and Nicki Stanton and their boys, Jacob and Brody, came to visit us. Nicki has a rocking Halloween party every year, but we weren't able to make it to Pocatello on Friday because of the piano recital, so she was kind enough to bring the party to us! We always have such a fun time with the Stantons and it's especially fun to see our boys having such a blast together. We had a tasty pizza dinner, then played a balloon tossing game and frosted Halloween cookies, courtesy of Nicki's party leftovers. We ♥ sprinkles!
Finally, on Tuesday, Chris and I took the two little boys to the North Logan Pumpkin Walk. Tom's class participated in making a display and Tom and his class got to go on a field trip to the walk on Monday.
I love the Pumpkin Walk-- it's so clever. My favorite display (aside from Tom's, of course) this year was the pumpkin hospital. I especially liked the little newborns.
Tom's class did a "Under the Sea"-themed display. Thomas made a "vampire octopus" pumpkin, but we weren't sure which one was his. The whole thing was very cute, though.
We also had fun putting our faces in these cut-outs. We all know who the princess is around here!
You've gotta love my Yoda.
There will be many more Halloween pictures from our adventures today. While Thomas parties at school, Chris and I are taking the little ones to the mall for some quick and easy indoor trick-or-treating. Then, we're having our traditional tasty chili dinner (yum, I am excited!), then old fashioned trick-or-treating in our neighborhood. Thank goodness Chris has the night off!
If buying the whole store doesn't work, come on over on Saturday and save up to 75% off-- either way, you can't lose!
"You just know Logue was on his belly, paying his dues to his cellmate, on a nightly basis.
Prison was the one place Derek's quivering lips were a highly sought after commodity
Logue Hater 10.24.08 - 9:44 pm #"
"Although it's hard to believe anyone could be so callous, the lowlife posting as 'Logue Hater' is actually taking joy from the idea of someone being raped. You can't get much lower than that."
(Original link: http://haloscan.com/comments/absolutezero/4869993627664023401/#58319)
Absolute Zero United claims that they are against sex crimes, yet here they are advocating raping individuals. For the record, I was never raped in prison, just wishful deluded thinking on their part. But the notion that they get their rocks off by promoting rape of another human being just shows their dangerousness. And while they claim to condemn violence (all the while referring to THEIR counter-rally to a civil rights rally of ex-offender rights as a "HIJACKING"), they feed you these gems:
Certainly all these degenerates weren't offended by the man's actions, they were a clan of soulless monsters who are better off being judged by a court. Or a mob...
They aren't sick, they aren't curable and they can't be reformed. They're simply evil and should be dealt with accordingly. Rob Taylor -- Homepage - 10.23.08 - 1:48 am
And while crying that some viggie got beat up up my a group of people he THREATENED WITH A MACHETE, you get this gem from MUSTY:
Here Derek, Derek, Derek. I got some bikers that would just LOVE to meet you! Come on, what do ya say???
Misty - 10.23.08 - 11:57 pm
I say don't sing it, just bring it. Which bikers? The BACA guys I put on tape at the Ohio Rally who ended up AGREEING with my point of view?
The biker lady's name is Donna Folden by the way. She threatened to sue me over the video being posted on You Tube (despite the factI didn't post it), and wrote the world's most poorly written "cease and desist order." The same Donna Folden who was silenced by a single email from an attorney who gave her the REAL definition of defamaion and slander. Heh. I'm so NOT scared. Then again BACA WAS involved in a murder-for-hire scheme in Texas, as reported by the Waco Tribune in January 2008:
"Investigators found evidence at a China Spring home they say is connected to a murder-for-hire scheme planned by members of the motorcycle group Bikers Against Child Abuse.
Vera Elizabeth Guthrie-Nail, a 42-year-old China Spring native and Carrollton resident, was arrested Jan. 10 in the Dallas area on a criminal solicitation of murder charge in the death of her estranged 36-year-old husband, Craig Nail, said Sgt. Gerald Meadors"
Its going to take more than threats or bikers and fliers and and crying to corrupt ASSistant DA Patrick Dressing to silence THE TRUTH. The truth that Absolute Zero United is a terrorist organization posing as a pseudo-child-advocate blog and fails miserably at doing so. (PS next time you all talk to Dressing, be sure you tell him I said "GO FUCK YOURSELF, LOSER!")
PS: Mr. Punch - coldgrapecrush - evilclownwithabat - loguehater - Donny, you're not fooling anybody. And all in all, you're STILL a coward, just like the rest of the AZU trolls who hide in anonymity. I'm still waiting for you to come spit in my face you douchebag. But evilclownwithabat obviously has NO BALLS!
Watch out, you Bowsers and Donkey Kongs! The Mario Brothers are here!
The carnival itself was pretty fun, though very crowded. The boys' costumes were most appreciated by the college students and other parents, people who remember and appreciate classic Nintendo. I'm not biased or anything, but I think my kids had the best costumes there!
There were a bunch of games for the kids and lots of candy for prizes. Thomas also played his recital piece and, as usual, did a great job. He forgot about the "bow at the end" part, so after he played his song, he just sat on the bench. His song was a kind of strange, off-key one (for Halloween, of course), so the audience didn't know for sure if he was finished or had forgotten the next part of the song. After about 30 seconds of complete silence (it seemed like longer), I went up to Thomas and patted his shoulder and quietly asked if something was wrong. He looked at me like I was crazy and said, "No, I'm just finished." I reminded him to bow and we both went back to our seats. I was a little bit embarrassed, but Thomas didn't think anything of it-- funny, huh?
All in all, it was a fun night and a great start to our Halloween festivities!
I'll have my camera out tonight, so I'll be sure to post some great pictures of my little Nintendo stars tomorrow!
It's been a busy week. In addition to the costume finalization, we've also been to the library, the park, piano lessons, chess club, and the doctor for Neil's 2 week visit. Little Neil is working diligently to not be little any more-- in a little more than two weeks, Neil has gone from less than 6 pounds to 7 lbs 7 oz! He also grew an inch and is otherwise perfectly healthy. Of course you want to see some more pictures of the little man.
Six arraigned in brutal Seneca Falls attack
Six people arrested in connection with a brutal attack in Seneca Falls were in court Monday.
William, Brandon, Justin Meacham and Marvin Snyder are all charged with first degree gang assault. Stephanie Meachum and her sister Angela Wheeler are also charged with gang assault and face additional attempted assault charges. William Meacham is a convicted sex offender.
They're all accused of brutally beating Adrian Porter in his apartment complex last month. Porter was found in the parking lot of the apartment complex where he lived. He was bleeding and unconscious. Family members say he suffered a broken nose, facial fractures, and brain trauma.
"I want justice in my brother's case," Porter's sister Selena McKoy said. "Point blank. Because no human being should ever have to go through something like that."
Seneca Falls Police say the attack appeared to be retaliation for Porter trying to alert his neighbors about sex offenders who lived in their complex.
"We found that Mr. Porter had downloaded the photos of sex offenders that lived in the complex, and had posted them somewhere in the vicinity of the laundromat that's in the facility." Seneca Falls Police Chief Frederick Capozzi said.
After court, Porter's sister and members of the Meacham family had a heated exchange before the mother of five of the suspects came to their defense.
"I'm not saying my kids done right, they done wrong," Sheryl Meachum said. "But when you're being run down with a machete, you're not going to stand there. You're going to fight back."
Police and the Seneca County District Attorney couldn't comment on the use of that machete. They say it's part of their investigation into what the DA calls a tragedy for everyone involved.
"This was a tragic affair for the Porter family," Seneca County District Attorney Richard Swinehart said. "He was seriously injured by a group of people, that's why we brought gang assault charges here today. It's obviously a tragedy for the Meacham family, who have five of their relatives all in jail right now, plus one of their friends."
Adrian Porter is currently recovering at the brain trauma unit at Saint Mary's Hospital in Rochester. His mother Deborah Williams says her son has been able to move and talk somewhat, though he is still experiencing problems with his memory.
I don't feel even remotely sorry for Porter. You harassed someone and threatened him with a machete. Just like how members of Absolute Zero United and Perverted Justice threaten and harass someone, only anonymously. But it backfired. Unlike that kid beaten by that crazy crackhead in Washington, this man fought back, and beat the viggie senseless. Vigilante justice is dangerous work. Next time, leave the job of dealing with Former Offenders to LE.
ADDENDUM: And right on cue Absolute Zeroes Retarded retaliates with their usual slant on the story. Now vigilante scumbag Porter is "a concerned father" who "was concerned about sex offenders living in his apartment complex." Of course, Stitch-cunt and company forgets the "concerned father" was in fact a MACHETE-WIELDING MADMAN, and the entire neighborhood watched the spectacle take place. Of course, you can expect no less from Absolute Zero United, who defended a woman with a mile-long history of assault and drug charges when she attacked a Former Offender with a baseball bat (Tammy Lee Gibson), and came to the defense of Travis Metcalf, the man who was arrested for publicly threatening a Former Offender in Colorado then couldn't get his facts straight on the local media blog (both stories have been addressed in this blog).
Of course, what less would we expect from AZU, who advocates AND PARTICIPATES in threatening, intimidating, and stalking Former Offenders? (Of course, they also inspire other psychopaths like Porter to follow their lead). Funny how AZU believes merely the act of warning someone of the dangers of their actions is "condoning" the behavior.
Paul Mecham, Dean Petrulas
Bob Wilde, Mike Manosakis
Archie McCarrie, Don Reaveley
Tom Neilson, Ken Allrerd
Mike Orphanakis ,Wally Baldwin
Paul brought a picture of several Hiawatha guys in a group photo and we tried to GUESS who they were. It was amazing we could identify any of them but I think after MUCH discussion we did figure out about half of them. The we talked about John Hartzell having his 90th birthday and several of the guys remembered him living in Greek Town. How could we not talk about deer hunting at this time of year. However the only one we knew that was gone because of the deer hunt was Glenn Davis. Good luck Glenn.
All in all we had a good time.
Robert (Bob) Radakovich 1927 ~ 2008 PRICE- Our beloved father, grandfather and great-grandfather, Robert Radakovich died peacefully October 17th, 2008 surrounded by his family at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center from complications of a brain injury. Bob was born January 7th, 1927 in Hiawatha, Utah to Eli and Annie Vogrinec Radakovich. He was preceded in death by his loving wife, Ellen Sealey Radakovich and his sister, Mary Hribar. He served in the United States Army and retired from Utah Railway. He was a member of the Price United Methodist Church, Price Elk's Lodge #1550, Joppa Lodge #26 F.&A.M. and The Order of the Eastern Star. His wife Ellen and their family gave him great joy. Many wonderful times for Bob were spent working endlessly at his Scofield property and cabin which were truly his passion. He is survived by two daughters and one son, Kari (Robert) Fowler, Grand Junction, CO; Kathy Topolovec, Salt Lake City, UT; Roger (Mary) Johnson, Weimar, CA; seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, sister, Millie Fox and brother, Pete Radakovich. Funeral service Wed., October 22nd, 2008, 11 a.m., Mitchell Funeral Home 233 E. Main Street, Price. Family will be at Mitchell Funeral Home Tues. evening from 6-8 p.m. and Wed. 1 hour prior to service. Interment Price City Cemetery. In memory of Bob, the family suggests contributions be made to The Shriners Hospital for Children, Fairfax Road at Virginia Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84103.
The unholy union of Perverted Justice and Absolute Zero United continues to sink to new lows. The latest low? Now they are blatently trying to sponge off people who are angry over the disappearance of a little girl. Simply click on the link above and see for yourself. The site is about a rather high-profile case, the disappearance of Caylee Anthony, of which the mother is suspected of killing the little girl. At the bottom of the front page, there is the following:
"DO NOT DONATE TO THE FIND CAYLEE FUND OFFERED BY THE ANTHONY FAMILY. A CERTAIN ANTHONY KNOWS WHERE SHE LEFT CAYLEES BODY. IF YOU'D LIKE TO HELP WE SUGGEST REPUTABLE CHARITIES THAT ACTUALLY HELP CHILDREN AND HAVE LISTED A FEW LINKS BELOW:"
And followed by a link to Perverted-Justice.com.
WTF!?! What does this case have to do with the Perverted Justice/ Absolute Zero United cult? Absolutely NOTHING!Nothing except the money. Indeed there is money to be made, and the PJ/AZU unholy alliance KNOWS the benefit of exploiting a child's death for personal profit! They must have went to the JOHN WALSH/ MARK LUNSFORD School of Child Death Exploitation!
Can you stand the sweetness of this little boy? Ugh, I just love him!
I think it certainly helps that I feel this way about our little guy, because the past two weeks, my entire world has revolved around him. It isn't that I haven't been able to get anything else done, it's just that everything else I do has to bend to his needs. Luckily, Neil isn't too demanding-- he mostly just whimpers when he is hungry and is content to sit and look around for a while when he is awake. He wakes up a couple of times at night, but goes right back to sleep when he is finished eating, so I have managed to get some decent rest myself. So far, Neil has been a dream.
So, after nearly two weeks, I think we're getting into a fairly normalized routine again. Chris went back to work this week, and although I had imagined that my world would implode without him here at night, we actually did okay. I even did laundry! I know, Super Woman, right? Well, almost. Ha.
Some things don't need to be explained, like how psychopathic (and stoned) Petra Luna was during her infamous 20/20 interview this past March. So this guy, don't know who he is, has a VERY INTERESTING interpretation of Petra Looney's infamous interview. Seems like there is a general consensus about Luna's 20/20 appearance is this--
1. She's a psycho BEE-yotch
2. She was intoxicated
3. She's a terrorist.
Its safe to say the millions of people who watched the infamous 20/20 Luna-tic interview pretty much came to the same conclusion. Sadly, Luna's the voice for the cyber-terrorists
Here's a little update on the five of us:
Chris has loved being home and hanging out with us all week. He has been an amazing help to me-- waking up early to make breakfast for Tom & Gord (plus a couple of breakfasts in bed for me!), shuttling the boys to and from school, making dinner, and just generally catering to whatever I need. Chris even braved being with all three boys by himself while I ran a couple of errands on Friday afternoon. He's a pro!
Elise-- I'm physically recovering very well. I've been a bit emotional, but so far, it hasn't been too crazy. I actually put make-up on twice(!) this week, although doing something other than a braid or the messy bun with my hair is out of the question. I think this is the only time in my life where I can honestly claim that I've lost a whopping 15 pounds in one week!
Thomas looooooooooves his new brother. He is so proud and affectionate-- it's very cute. We had Tom's SEP this week (parent-teacher conference) and we were extremely pleased to see how well he is doing in school. In fact, his teacher and I had a hard time coming up with a goal for this quarter because Tom is already on par with 2nd grade expectations. He's a great kid.
Gordon also adores Neil and asks to hold him about 20 times a day. He is very sweet and mostly gentle with him-- I think it's hard for a 3-year-old to conceptualize "patting gently", but he tries. Gord has been pretty clingy this week, which we kind of expected. It's hard to be knocked from your place as the baby of the family, and he is doing his best to cope. Luckily, Chris has been extra attentive and we're hoping that helps the adjustment continue smoothly. Gordon helped Chris pick out some flowers for me-- he was really excited about the butterfly. What a sweetie!
Neil doesn't do anything different from any other newborn-- basically, he just eats, sleeps, and cries when we change his clothes or diaper. But oh, he is so cute when he does all of these things! It's hard to imagine that he will be so different even a month from now, so I'm trying hard to enjoy the tininess of his newborn life. We love his teeny, fatless body and his husky little cry (a lot like our other boys), his blonde-tipped rock star hair and his funny furrowed brow during his brief (but so cute!) awake times. It's only been a week, but we can't imagine life without him!
A week ago, on October 4th, we celebrated Chris's 32nd birthday. I don't know why it is, but Chris's birthday ages us as a couple more than my birthday or our anniversary. I think this might be because I remember the little (and I do mean little-- I think he weighed 135 at our wedding!) 21 year old I fell in love with and hearing "32" just makes that 11 years of togetherness seem like a really long time. When we met, we were both still just kids in so many ways and another birthday makes adulthood that much closer. Of course, Chris is really good at holding it off! Hee!
I adore my husband. Aside from being the sweetest, kindest husband, and the cutest, most fun dad in the world, Chris is just a genuinely good person. It never ceases to amaze me how true and loyal and hardworking he is. I often feel like I'm not quite worthy to be with him. And, to top all of that off, we laugh every day-- a girl couldn't ask for more!
So, back to last week: my family was in town (yay!) and we spent most of the day curled up on the couches and floors downstairs watching LDS General Conference. Between the 2nd session and Priesthood, we (Chris) made a delicious birthday dinner of our favorite pulled pork sandwiches. One of Chris's birthday gifts was a brand new basic red Utah Utes tee shirt. His old one-- I think it is about 10 years old-- has faded so much that the red isn't really red anymore. I think he gets sick of my taking his picture-- but he obliged anyway. Isn't he a cute Ute?
After the boys returned from the Priesthood session, Chris blew out the candle on his birthday brownies.
He is not a big cake fan and actually prefers pie to anything else. I've tried to make and buy pies in the past, but the fine art of pies is not my forte, and I never seemed to get it exactly right. I think Chris's mom, probably my grandma, and Chris himself are among the few people who can make a blueberry pie that meets Chris's standard! This year, Thomas suggested, "Let's make Dad a birthday cake shaped like his favorite thing-- a pie!"
Anyway, since the pie wasn't really feasible, Chris decided that homemade brownies would be a good option.
After he finished his dessert, I insisted that we head over to the hospital. Just an hour and a half late, Chris received a pretty good little birthday present!
Happy Birthday, Hunst!
PRICE - Franklin W. "Jiggs" Gigliotti, age 94, passed away peacefully on Sept. 28, 2008 in Price.
He was born Aug.14, 1914 in Hiawatha to Felice and Maria Concetta Perri-Gigliotti from Decalaturo, Calabria, Italy. He was married in Las Vegas, Nev., to Inez Thomas of Clear Creek, who died in 2003. Her family was from Magers, Greece.
Jiggs was best known for operating the Center Texaco Service on Carbon and Main in Price with his brother-in-law, Bill Thomas. Before that, he had worked as a bartender and truck driver in San Francisco and Los Angeles, Calif. From there, he returned to Carbon County working as a coal miner and later drove truck for Texaco. He then operated the Texaco bulk plant and was the Baroid distributor for the drilling fields.
As a teenager, he played an Italian waiter in the movie "Night Flyer."
Although he liked hunting, Frank's greatest love was fishing. Whenever he had the opportunity, he would spend time at the local fishing spots. In addition to fishing the local lakes and streams, he enjoyed deep sea fishing off the coast of Washington and in the Gulf of Mexico.
When not fishing or working, Frank would hang out in the local clubs and coffee shops. In addition to English, he spoke Italian, Spanish and some Greek, so he always had friends to visit with.
For many years, Frank was active in the Notre Dame Catholic parish, volunteering his time to put in the floors for Notre Dame High School, working the Catholic Carnival, and he always maintained the parish vehicles.
Survived by his sister, Emma Battagliotti, Ogden; son, Bill Gigliotti, Price; grandson, Derek (Mi-Kyung Kim) Gigliotti, Las Vegas, Nev. Preceded in death by his wife, Inez Gigliotti; and daughter, Debra Gigliotti-Barney
Funeral service Thursday, Oct. 2, 2 p.m., Mitchell Funeral Home. Family will be at Mitchell's one hour prior to service. Committal, Cliffview Cemetery, Price.
|Bailey Grace Blake|
|Bailey Grace Blake "Our Baby Bailey" Our sweet little Bailey was born to Chris and Jenn Blake on Oct. 2, 2008. She passed away on Oct. 4, 2008 due to a rare genetic disease called Thanatophoric Dysplasia. Although Bailey was with us for just a short time she was able to touch the lives of many people who dearly love her. Her brothers, Parker and Caleb, anxiously awaited her arrival and were so grateful for the time they got to spend with her. They look forward to the time they can hold her and play with her again.Bailey is survived by her parents, brothers, grandparents: Wallace and Donnie Baldwin, Mike Blake, JoAnn Paulin, numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. A viewing will be held Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2008 from 6-8 p.m. at Jenkins-Soffe South Valley, 1007 W. South Jordan Pkwy. (10600 S) followed on Thurs., October 9, 2008 by a Graveside Service at 11:00 at South Jordan City Cemetery, 1055 W. 10650 S. In lieu of flowers contributions can be made in Bailey's name at any Mountain America Credit Union to help with medical/funeral expenses. You can see Bailey at http://babybaileysjourney.blogspot.com and online condolences can be shared with the family at www.jenkins-soffe.com|
Here a few more pictures of Neil. He needs one final lookover from his doctor and if that goes well, he and Elise can come home this evening. Thanks to Marilyn for letting me steal this first one. She has some more cute pics on her blog.
And congratulations to my baby sister, Emily, for her guess of when the little man would be born. She was off by a mere six hours!
Writen by Chris at 3:30 a.m.:
In keeping with our family tradition of bringing boys into the world very early on sabbath mornings, Neil Christian was born at 1:25 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 5, 2008. He's 6 pounds, 6 ounces and is 19.5 inches long. He's got a lot of dark hair - much darker than his older brothers - and resembles his Grandpa Gary very much.
While I was at Priesthood Session with Jake and Greg, Elise and Kim went for a walk and began counting regular and very close contractions at 7:30 p.m. After returning home for some brownies and ice cream, I took Elise to the hospital at 8:30 p.m. and in 5 short hours, Neil had arrived.
Elise was so amazing. She elected not to have an epidural and pulled off her third childbirth like a true champ. Anyone reading this who doesn't know how amazing she truly is must be made aware of that fact. I'm so proud of her.
As with Thomas and Gordon, when Neil came out - it happened very fast and our doctor had no time to fully dress for the procedure, instead catching Neil bare-handed - I had the strongest impression that this was not my child ... that I am not so much his father as I am his steward for a short while here in mortality. That our heavenly father has seen fit to bless and trust Elise and I with three of his precious sons is both a sobering thought and a thrilling honor.
I want to thank Dr. Horsley, Angela and Angela for such an amazing job. They were all so sweet and caring of Elise and Neil. They were by far the best crew we've had yet.
Elise will post a lot more when she gets home - with tons of pics and a video or two. I sleep now.
Ah, I love the little bow!
Thomas absolutely loves his lessons and his teacher. I don't even have to argue with him to get him to practice and sometimes, he'll just start practicing on his own. The main challenge he has now is learning to look at the notes-- he has a tendency to listen to the song once, then just play it by ear over and over. It's a bad habit that we're hoping to break in order to help his abilities develop. Most of his songs at this point are played with just one hand, so he has been making up a left hand accompaniment to jazz them up a little bit. It's quite cute, and we think very clever. I remember reading an interview with Billy Joel who said that he got in trouble as a little kid because he would improvise on his classic piano lessons. So, maybe we have a little Billy Joel on our hands? :)
Of course, after the recital, we had to go to Aggie Ice Cream to celebrate. Mmmm!
Earlier today, Chris took a video of Gordon enjoying his spaghetti lunch (an example of "how a cow eats hay"), which I thought I'd share because it's just kind of funny. And hey, eating is a talent, too, right?
Today Gordon's pre-school class had a visit from a fireman. He brought his truck along, which I'm sure Gordon was thrilled with, and all of the kids got a little tour. Chris picked Gordon up from school and said that he was a little bit nervous about the siren, but by the time I came home, he couldn't wait to tell me all about his fun school day. He's such a cute, funny little guy!
Thomas had the opportunity to attend the Utah vs. Weber State game at Rice Eccles Stadium on Saturday. This will probably be his only live game of the year, so Chris made sure to get him some fun treats and stay through the cool halftime show. Tom said that his favorite part of the game was "when they showed the Mack Truck" on the jumbo tron, "when Mack made a touchdown." Yeah!
On our way to Salt Lake, I asked Chris to stop in Sardine Canyon to get some pictures of us with all of the fall beauty.
As if the above picture wasn't enough to make me swear off cameras for at least a few months, I am further torturing myself by giving you one last shot of my bulging belly. I know I'm smiling, but if you look closely, you can see that I'm begging to be put out of my misery!