Friday, January 16, 2009

Lori's wedding

This post has taken me a while to get up, but it is because I didn't take as many pictures as I thought I did and I was looking for more of Lori's wedding. What is worse is I didn't take ANY at the reception, probably because I was feeding my face with their amazing food. I think I ate for 3 hours straight. Anyway, it was an awesome day. Lori looked beautiful, Ryan looked handsome and everything went really smoothly. They got married at the Salt Lake temple early on the 30th. After everyone froze to death waiting for them to come out, they had their lunch at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building. Their reception was at our church and it turned out really beautiful, and like I said before their food was sooo good. I can't believe my little sister is married. We love her husband, Ryan, he is a great addition to the family. Love you guys.

The rest of these pictures are randoms from our trip to Utah. We went sledding on New Years Day, went to dinner with the family, visited grandparents, played the wii and went shopping. It was a great trip.


We went to a restaurant called Babe's last Thursday with the crew. It was so nice to get to hang out and have a grown up meal without having to worry about kids. The food was great, who doesn't love comfort food. We wanted to get together because the Griffeth's will be leaving us soon. We will miss them a lot. We are all getting together Saturday so this isn't goodbye..yet.

The honorary couple: Ryan and Kristin

Kristin and Grant trying to look scary?

Yours truly

Abby and Todd

Cleveland and Des

Chelsea and Todd

All the girls

The crew

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

A Very Merry Christmas

We spent our Christmas in California with Trent's family, it was such a great trip. We got there on the night of the 23rd. While we were there we went caroling, played games, ate massive amounts of food, and just hung out. It was good to spend time with everyone even though we didn't get to stay very long. This was Aiden's first Christmas and I don't think he quite understood what was going on. He loved the wrapping paper and as usual liked anything that isn't a toy (like an orange) almost as much as his toys. Grandma and Grandpa spoiled him and gave him lots of new toys to play with. He loves them all and actually stays entertained for a while now playing by himself. Here are a few pictures from the trip.

Bath time with cousin Kailey

Classic couples picture in front of the tree

Trent with his coin collection from Grandpa Senke

Aiden with his new cell phone

Christmas morning

Over excited close up

We had such a good time and wanted to tell Mom and Dad Sorensen thanks again for everything they did. It was a great Christmas.