Sunday, November 22, 2009
I am currently 3 months and 3 weeks a long. Next Wednesday we are flying out to Texas for Thanksgiving. We have scheduled to do a Fetal Photo while we are out there to find out the gender. Let us know what you think. BOY or GIRL you have a 50/50 chance of getting it right. We of course just want a happy and healthy little one. Our due date it somewhere around May 14, 2010!
Since the summer we have been busy bee's. I have began teaching my 7th year of teaching 3rd grade at Foothills Elementary. Trav began his MBA program up at the U, started a new job as a clinical research coordinator at Huntsman, and made a baby all in the same week. Since then life has been a BLISS! That's right WE ARE EXPECTING!
Trav - Happy 1 year Anniversary (even though I am posting this in November) I hope you know that you are my best friend and the love of my life. I can hardly believe that one year has already passed. What an amazing time of our lives and I know that it will only get better from here on out!
Trav's parent's drove up from Houston. It only took them 2 days and a total of 24+ hours, but it was well worth the drive. Once we got settled into our sweet condo in Park City it was time to get our gear ready. Marshall hand made both Trav and I our own fly fishing rod and spinning rod. It was so sweet and you can tell it took a lot of time and effort. He also tied us a bunch of flies so we would be prepared for what ever was hatching during this time of the year. I must admit that I love the outdoors, but I never realized how challenging fishing can be. Growing up it was real simple I would bait my line cast, cast out and pray that there would be a bite on the other end. Fly fishing on the other hand is a whole new game. It was a lot of fun, but it does require a lot of work. Needless to say I did catch the first fish. It was so much fun spending some quality time with Trav's parents. Marshall and Lou we hope you know how much we love and appreciate you. Next time we will have to make the drive :)
Saturday, August 22, 2009
My dad use to work at Tony Grove as a ranger. Ever since we were little we have taken trips up there. This time we got the whole family to go. The only problem was when we got there the sights were taken. Mom sat in a chair for a few hours waiting to wave us down so we would know where to to go. Just up the street dad had found a girls camp sight that was open and we were able to stay in there yerts. It was pretty nice I must admit, but a bit large for just a few of us. We had a lot of fun chillen around the camp fire, making tin foil dinners, fishing and of course the canoe! Hopefully this will become a Morgan Family tradition!
I am beginning to understand why so many of you post so many pictures of your kids. Although I don't have any of my own yet I absolutly adore my nephew Cade. This was his first time camping so of course I had to capture it all. I also promised mom and dad that I would put up these pics since they don't have a blog of there own! This first pic is of Pa pa and Caders looking for bugs - how cute is that! Enjoy . . .