Tuesday, April 29, 2008


I was just browsing the internet and came across a blog of a friend we met in our birthing class.  It is hard to believe it has been two years.  The time goes by so fast.  
I was reading his blog about his darling 2 year old daughter.  She is just learning to talk, and they as parents are trying to understand her every word and sound.  His final sentence was my favorite and for me sums up parenting as a whole.   "Of course, in her world, it's just us who are finally getting a clue."
It is their world and I am so happy to be a part of it.  Thanks for the quote Paul!

What makes us laugh? Photo Booth!

Adam & Callie: She is a little tight faced
Uncle Rob The Leperchaun
Paisley and Ian
Kayvon and Ian, nice hair Ian!
Alana the Sumo wrestler!
My friend Lester's children.
Cousin Zack and Alex

Our beautiful FamilyThis is when I had a puppet made of Alexander.  It was amazing he did whatever I wanted.
This is my friend Lester Smith, yes she does look a bit like Lesley but she is much more observant.  You can tell by her big eyes.  

Little Friends

We had game night with some of our friends.  They brought their children and our boys had a blast.  Alexander's girlfriend was here along with her brother Jacob.  Jaxon's buddy Stockton was also here, he is still a bit too small to really get down and play.  
We all had a really fun time.  The best was watching Jason and Ian try to play Taboo.  They are so bad it is hysterical.  Both of them talk a mile a minute, but when it comes to playing Taboo they are speechless.  Friends, Family and Fun!  

Fun with Face Paint

Our wonderful Nana sent the boys a face painting kit.  We all like having our faces painted, Jaxon however is a bit obsessed.  Each morning the first thing out of his mouth is, "Me, paint, face, mask!"  
He goes everywhere with his face painted.   A Red superhero mask is the favorite right now.  Everywhere we go people say to Jaxon, "Oh, my what is all over your face?"  He puts up his fists, flexes his muscles and gives his best superhero grunt.  Then there is me, the protective mom, I always reply as if that is the dumbest question we have ever herd, "He is a Superhero."  Jaxon then looks at the person as proud as can be.  I love my Superheros!   

Tuesday, April 8, 2008

St. Patrick's Day Parade

March 15, 2008.
We went with Mema to the St. Patrick's Day Parade at the Gateway.  Even though it was very cold we had a lot of fun.  We loved the bagpipes and all of the cute dogs.  
After the parade we went to lunch and the boys practiced their mean Irish looks.  I really think that they have them down perfect!    

About Me

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We are the Fox family. Jason (aka. Dad) Alisa (aka. Mom), Alexander (aka. big brother), Jaxon (aka. Big/Little brother) and Dayne (aka. Baby brother) Oh, and we can't leave out Alana (aka. Big sister, little sister, helper, one of those) We have 1 dog named Julius and one little cat, Pandora. We are blessed to have an amazing extended family, a couple of adopted extended families and some really great friends.