Archive for December, 2010

A quick message to you

December 24th, 2010

Whatever is beautiful. Whatever is meaningful. Whatever brings you happiness. May it be yours this holiday season and throughout the coming year!!


December 22nd, 2010

Bliss has a very special story from the beginning, she is named after a very special woman after all. Her middle name is Emma, the name of her mother’s Grandma who passed away in February. Bliss’s arrival came much earlier than she was expected. I like to think Grandma just couldn’t wait to send her down to earth to give her granddaughter, that she was so close to, her favorite Christmas present ever. After hearing Bliss’s story I 100% believe that Grandma knew you needed her!
Nicole & Dave,
You guys are so sweet with Bliss and I loved watching you with her. Bliss is such a darling baby and I’m so so excited to see her grow up! :D I know you guys are going to be such amazing parents and I know that Grandma is watching over your whole family with a great big smile on her face!

Glittering Lights

December 19th, 2010

Scott and I went with my parents to The Mormon Tabernacle Choir concert on Friday. David Archuleta was the guest singer and I have never seen so many little girls! Haha. A few of them squealed when he came out on stage and I heard one usher having a grand time talking to all the girls about David Enchilada and they’d indignantly tell him, “It’s Archuleta!!” :D It was a beautiful concert though. After it was over we walked over to Temple Square with the rest of the crowd and looked at all the sparkling Christmas lights. It was magical. This time of year is so hectic and sometimes I feel like pulling my hair out but I love the moments when everything clears away for just a few moments, whether it’s while holding hands with the one you love surrounded by glittering lights or when all your children are tucked in bed and you peek in on them and see their sleeping angel faces, and you can just revel in the peacefulness. It’s almost over and I’m making a more valiant effort to seek out those moments and enjoy them before they’re gone until next year.