Sunday, March 23, 2008
Our friends Kenton and Karis got married last weekend and it was such a joy! It was so fun to see the union of two amazing people who have waited out for God's best! It was a busy weekend with the rehearsal dinner at Metro Grill, lingerie party afterwards and then a 1 pm wedding at the Trammel Crow Asian Art Center. Karis looked beautiful as you can see - and Kenton was a wonderful groom! Jayden made his way to the festivities as well!
Wednesday, March 5, 2008
This past weekend we went to Houston to visit the Harps. We had a great time enjoying their company and hanging out with the boys. Poor Huddy was sick but that didn't slow him down a bit. Jayden loved watching him crawl around everywhere and pull up on everything. Thank you Harps for opening your home to us and loving us so well! We can't wait to see you again!
I don't know if you have noticed - but our little Jayden has always had a head full of hair. I have been hesitant in wanting to cut it because I know it is such a mark of maturity. Going from being a little baby - to a little boy - and I was not sure I was up for that. But we were in Houston this past weekend with our good friends the Harps - and decided to make the big move. Clint has cut Jordan's hair for over 4 years and does a really, really good job. We were so sad when the Harps moved not only because they are our dear friends, but because Clint knows how to deal with Jordan's hair the best. His hair is thick and coarse and grows out like a bush. Ogden men are hairy and that is just a fact. Well Jayden is the next Ogden man and had to get his hair cut. We gave Clint the sheers and he was up for the task! He did a great job! A 8 month old boy is not the easiest person to cut their hair. We thank you Clint for doing such a good job . . . and are glad that you have now cut two generations of Ogden men's hair!
This phrase is what we use in teaching hospitals. See a procedure, do a procedure and then you are ready to teach the procedure. Jayden has spent many days with his mommy at Starbucks and loves the Starbucks cups. The other day we were walking home from Starbucks and the cup was in the pocket of his jogging stroller. I did not realize that Jayden would be able to pick the cup out of the pocket AND start drinking from what was in the remainder of the cup. This is how I found him when we got home. I guess now he is ready to "teach one" the ways of Starbucks and the terrible addiction!