Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Our Baby.... Leto

I know some of you out there have had some concern that Adam and I might not ever have kids... Well, we finally did it!!

Here he is meeting his new family. Cam was not so sure about this new little creature. But Leto was super excited to see him.

(So many wrinkles!)

How do you not love this wrinkly face!!?

He was right at home from the beginning. He is a perfect match for Adam and I... He loves to sleep almost as much as we do. The only difference is... He sleeps in the most random places and positions. We laugh at him every day!

Those clothes were clean....

He loves kids!! They sometimes love him... He only knocks them over... sometimes...
(on accident, of course!)

BFF's! They are two peas in a pod. It is so nice because they keep each other busy. It is funny how true he is to a child. He wants Adam when he wants to play or go outside. He wants me when he is tired or not feeling well.

Here he is going down the slide all on his own!! He is such a big boy! ;)

We really have lucked out. He is a good puppy and is training really well. He has such a fun personality and we already know what his different actions and expressions mean. He is mello and great with kids and people.
We love him!!

Friday, March 11, 2011

San Antonio / Army All-American Bowl

In January we were lucky enough to go to San Antonio, TX. It may be my favorite city I have ever visited. Everywhere you turned there was amazing architecture and history. We walked the city for 3 days straight and saw all there was to see... it was tiring and yet I couldn't get enough! Here are just a few (my favorites) of the amazing photos I was able to take of the city....

This one was my mom and my favorite. It is triangular! So COOL!!!

This building is the County Courthouse. I especially liked it because it looks like a beehive on top.

This building was cool because the gray bottom is an original building from when the city was first established. They added the rest years later.

The Hospital.

This is the chapel built to entomb the remains of the Alamo heros. Davie Crocket, James Bowie, and William B. Travis.

The real reason that we went to San Antonio was to support Ryker. He was one of 99 high school seniors in the entire country invited to play in the Army All-American Bowl. We got to experience the whole thing with him. Go to practices, BBQ, banquet, multiple cool army exhibits and of course the BIG GAME. Ryker had two army mentors that he was able to spend a lot of time with and we got to meet and hang with them as well. They we really cool guys and I know Ryker is hoping to stay in touch with them through out his career.

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After the game all of the players were set up down on the field to sign autographs and mingle with fans. We had so much fun watching him. We are so proud of all his hard work. Love ya Tyke!!