Thursday, April 28, 2011

Awesome giveaway!!


I totally wish that I could win this!!!!!

Monday, April 25, 2011


This Easter was really nice. We really enjoyed focusing more on Christ this year, and reading some in Luke, about Gethsemane, and the Resurrection. I am so grateful for our Savior, and all that he has sacrificed for us! We definitely want to make this a tradition.

The Easter bunny left Cordy a basket full of goodies :) She was thrilled that he left her cocoa puffs, and cherrioes in some of her eggs, and even more pleased to find m&m's and other sweet treats! For dinner we went up to my aunt's and the two little ones enjoyed a pampered walk (just look at the photo, and you'll understand) and a little playing outside.

After Cordy rummaged through her basket

She found one of Daddy's robin eggs--a little too big :)

Our sweet angel

The pampered walk :)

We decided they looked like old movie stars

Aren't they dolls!

The two girls playing peek-a-boo--how adorable is that!


Aaron Lyle King (a.k.a. Hubby, and Daddy) just graduated from BYU, and we couldn't be prouder of him. He is such an amazing man, and couldn't be a better husband and father. Cordellia, Seth, and I all went to see him graduate. It was a little long for the little miss, but we kept her occupied while loading her with sugar. And she made plenty of friends by charming the people in front and next to us...haha.

I LOVE this one of these two!!!

These four have been best friends for the past four years

Thursday, April 14, 2011

So Happy

I just can't get enough of my little angel!!!!!!

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Massive Update

Since I use this blog as a source for journal writing, I usually post every so often, or more often to write about new developments with the little miss. Well, I have definitely neglected that because she has changed and developed so much over the last month.

She now has so wonderfully learned the word "no". She repeats it to me when ever I tell her that and even points or claps her hands together, mimicking me. She loves to tell other little kids "no" as well, like when my sister and nephew stayed with us that poor boy would be told no at least twice for doing the same thing.
She is ever so observant. Sometimes when I tell her "no", I say "Hey, Cordy no!" So now whenever I tell her "no" she always smiles and says "hey". Really, how can you stay mad at that....

She is such a girly girl! So the other day my mom bought her some cute shorts, when we tried them on her, she got down and started spinning in circles with a big smile on her face, then ran to the mirror. I'm not joking about that either. I had twirled for her in my dress earlier, and she remembered. Now every time we put a hat or something on her, she either spins in circles or at least runs to the mirror.
She even puts her hands to her cheeks and says "ooohhh" in a soft pretty voice. It is the cutest thing ever.

Sometimes when she is in a frustrated mood she bunches up her faces and puckers her lips, if she walks by the mirror she will stop and look at herself while moving her lips and face into other fake sad faces, it's ridiculous, but once again super adorable.

Whenever she drops something, or something surprises her, she stops and looks at us and says "whoa". It's hilarious.

She LOVES to be tickled. When we tickle her, we start wiggling are fingers and move them slowly toward her, which is never fast enough for her, so she moves closer and closer until we tickle her again :) Her giggle is SO infectious.

And she has watched her mamma too much, and now during a meal time she HAS to dip everything. This is definitely my fault, I LOVE sauce: marinara with pizza, bbq sauce with everything else (maybe not everything, but almost). And now she has the motions down and everything. We are trying to break her of it because she ends up looking like this :)

Monday, April 4, 2011

Called to Serve

For the past few months we knew that my parents were going to be mission presidents. They were called last month to the Fort Lauderdale, Florida mission, spanish speaking. We couldn't be more excited for them. They are going to do a wonderful job and be such great examples. I am so excited for them to have this time in their life to experience something so new and exciting. I will sure miss them (they will be gone for 3 years!), but it makes it so much easier knowing that they will be serving the Lord :) I love our church and know that missionary work is divinely inspired to help reach all those who are willing to hear the gospel.