Friday, November 23, 2007

Thanksgiving In Idaho

Happy Thanksgiving!

We are in Idaho for Thanksgiving with the Stewarts. We've had plenty of fantastic food, good company, and lots of laughs. We all got ready for the day and realized that we didn't have to rush off somewhere, so we took a family picture (minus Dallin who was having a bottle).

Amy's so fine, I love her new hair color. It turns out she's a pretty fine bowler also. Check her out at the day's main event, the Turkey Bowl (below). Note to all our PETA friends: this turkey was protected from any harm or pain by being frozen solid and then wrapped in six layers of Walmart shopping bags and will be consumed as soon as we finish off his big brother (those leftovers are going fast).

We finished the day with a game of "see who can hold a wedding ring on your nose the longest". It ended in a stalemate with both the participants clamoring for their prize. They got another slice of pie!

Monday, November 12, 2007

Presenting once again, Dallin!



I got my hair colored this weekend. When I got home Emma said "Hey, you are not my mommy". We're all adjusting to the new do.
I like it. - how 'bout you?

The Race Is On

So, after FHE we had a little fitness competition - girls against Daddy.
I wish I could do push-ups as fast as Abbie. :-)

Thursday, November 8, 2007

The Witching Hour

This year our little witches seem to have
really grasped the true spirit of Halloween,
"Give me LOTS of candy!".

Monday, November 5, 2007

Pea in a Pod

This costume lasted just long enough for a picture.
He was not impressed, but he sure is cute.

Dallin's first day

Here is Dallin on his first day.

Sunday, November 4, 2007

Under Pressure

We've succumbed to some positive peer pressure and decided to share our lives with you through a blog. The Davidson Diatribe will hopefully generate some smiles and giggles as we share our good times with the world. Posts will be coming soon...

Later Skater,

Ben & Amy

(Ben is solely responsible for any content that was originally created by Jr. High students, such as "later skater")