Monday, November 17, 2008


The boys wanted to be Vampires this year which was fine by me! Super easy costume. Isaiah and Maddox refused to wear blood on their face saying it was disgusting but Adam obliged for the picture. Ailey was a ballerina and a dang cute one if I do say so myself. This year we let the kids draw their own faces on the pumpkins and then we carved them and I have to say they turned out super cute! I wish I had taken a picture of the final product. We went Truck or Treating at the church and then back home for scones (a family tradition) it was a great night!

Isaiah's Birthday

I'm finally catching up on some of the events in October! Isaiah is 1 year older and I can't believe how fast the time is flying! Isaiah is our little pistol! He has enough energy to run our entire house. He is outgoing and loves to talk with others. It is not uncommon for him to shout HI out his window as we are driving by the high school cross country team on our way home. We are the Cub Scout Den leaders in our ward and Isaiah can't wait to be a boy scout. He loves comming to den meetings and hanging out with the boys. He is also very popular at school with the girls. Everyday when I pick him up he has at least 2 girls chasing him around the playground. When he came home last week and said Mom, "Madison wants to kiss me" we had to have a serious talk about how we only kiss our mom and no other girls. He is so independent and a freak of nature when it comes to coordination and athletic ability. He is a great older brother and has the sweetest spirit. We love you Isaiah Happy Birthday!
Birthday day went like this - Chuck E Cheeses, presents, cake. His favorite present was the bunny rabbits one boy and one girl and yes the girl is pregnant so we will have little bunnies soon. Now that makes 2 rabbits, 2 sheep, 3 pigs, 19 chickens, a cat, a dog, and lots of love on the Evans farm. Next to come is 2 cows, a turtle, and some fish if Isaiah gets his way and as of this year he wants to be a farmer when he grows up.