Oct 30, 2008


We didn't have a grand opening- but it sure has been a great one! This is Barry, Jeanni, Jaidyn and Ian in front of John's (our partners) truck parked in front of the store! We have had a lot of business!!! YEA!

Oct 28, 2008

Who wouldn't buy pizza from her?

Would you like a Hot N Ready Pizza for 5.99?
Because this outfit was orange and close to halloween, I put this on Jaidyn today for our store opening. I kept her in her sling and ran the cash register. Everyone that came in thought she was soooo cute!

Oct 27, 2008

Pizza! Pizza! Our store is opening!!!

Logan helped by holding Jaidyn and playing games on my cell phone :) Just kidding he did just as much work as the rest.
Laton cleaned up all the paint that was spilled on the tile.

Meghan did a great job mopping the floor.

Our store will open for business tomorrow!

Oct 24, 2008

Updates from Nevada

So many sweet smiles. These light up our families days! She is so happy when she wakes up, she just looks around trying to find someone to coo and smile for!
Logan starting using my sling to carry Jaidyn around. He took her outside to look around. SO Sweet!!!

I couldn't figure out why the dogs were barking so much this morning and I looked outside and this was over our house. Their is a place about 1 mile from here you can take a hot air balloon ride.

Jared and Jaidyn on our last day in California! She misses him all ready! We are going to go see him this weekend!

Oct 16, 2008

Nevada "Games"

Meghan just LOVES Nevada!!! She thinks it is so cool that the gas stations and some of the stores have video games for her to play. I didn't quite understand what she was talking about until yesterday when she asked for a quarter to play a game and I heard her father say she had to be 21 to play those games. She thought that was pretty dumb to put games for adults instead of kids in the stores. Can't wait until she reads the signs for the Bunny Ranch and wants us to take her there to see the "bunnies." :)

Oct 10, 2008

YES On Prop 8!!!

Having tolerance without condoning. We can love someone while still maintaining and advocating our standards and beliefs.
Unless Proposition 8 passes, California society will soon undergo a profound change in its basic understanding of marriage and family life. That will affect everyone in numerous ways. Over time, greater acceptance of nontraditional marriage will be demanded of all people. This could impact the ability of any religion to teach and practice its beliefs.
Proposition 8 will not hurt gays. In California, the law provides for marriage-related benefits to be given to civil unions and domestic partnerships. Proposition 8 does not diminish these benefits.
Failure to pass Proposition 8 will hurt children. If gay marriage remains legal, public schools will put it on equal footing with traditional marriage. Children will likely receive “age appropriate” information about sexual relations within heterosexual and homosexual marriages.
Failure to pass Proposition 8 will hurt churches. The court’s decision will inevitably lead to conflicts with religious liberty and free speech rights. Society will become more and more hostile to traditional beliefs about marriage and family.


This is also a great message to read:
Marriage as a human institution is constantly evolving. But in all societies, marriage shapes the rights and obligations of parenthood.

By David Blankenhorn

September 19 2008

I'm a liberal Democrat. And I do not favor same-sex marriage. Do those positions sound contradictory? To me, they fit together.

The complete article can be viewed at:

Oct 9, 2008

Logan is now officially an Eagle Scout-

He passed his Board of Review last night! YEA!

Oct 5, 2008

Jaidyn was telling Laton a story!