Monday, January 31, 2011

Nan-Pops House

So we are back from a great weekend with Nana and Papa and the kids are already begging to go back. It is so hard to take them away from their grandparents, but I am grateful they are only 2 hours away rather than a week away when they were in Mexico!!
Here is some of the 'madness' from the weekend:
Madelynn and Papa spending some time together
Madelynn now knows how to say 'cheese' at the camera :)
This weekend was only the second time Madelynn has ever been in the snow and she LOVED eating it
The kids went sledding :)
Joshua and Papa spending some time together
Joshua and Jason throwing snow
I totally love this action shot...Joshua threw snow in his own face
And finally on our way home, this cute guy was the best!! Moo was great too as she slept the entire way :)


  1. Great pics! Looks like you had a nice time!

  2. Can't wait to do it again!!! They will have so much fun this summer together at the lake too!!!! Thank you so much for spending time with us.

  3. Great pictures! :D
    Chyenne and Cohen have a Nana and Papa too. :)
    <3 Heather

  4. Great action shot is right! LOVE it!

  5. Love getting to spend time with the family. As always what I love most is the Bible studies for my family, the wisdom from my father, and the encouragement and strength from my mom and sister. They are truly priceless and they graciously push both myself and my family into a deeper relationship with God. God has so profoundly blessed our family in all avenues of life and has watched closely to protect each and everyone one of us. I have a hard time leaving my family and not crying for such a longing to return. They really do deserve such a overwhelming praise for such awesome hospitality and spiritual incite.

    I love BOTH of my families deeply and I find such great encouragement and strength by getting to spend great and awesome quality time with both of them. Their years of wisdom help encourage myself, wife, and children to continue to run the race of life as if it was the last 100 feet. My children love their grandparents from both families deeply and I can't think of a day that goes by that Joshua does not bring up one of them, hoping and praying that he will get to go see them.

    Thank you!