So I am the luckiest girl alive I believe! I have the most wonderful family and best friends a girl could ask for. I felt so much love by everyone that came and was overcome with joy and excitement that Brighton is going to be loved just as much by all these amazing people. I love ALL my friends so much and appreciate everyone that came and participated. I am especially grateful for my dear friends Julie Allen and Jenna King who worked tirelessly to throw me an amazing shower. The games, decoration, and food were all so good. I am so blessed to have these girls as my closest friends and I just love our little group! And a special thanks to my awesome friend Brandilyn who does my hair;) I am so grateful to have an amazing mother and mother in law who are endlessly devoted to supporting me and our growing family. I love them with all my heart! I am honestly humbled and grateful for everyone that came, THANK YOU ALL!
Monday, December 12, 2011
Once again my dear friend Stephanie Huebinger took some amazing studio shots of my boys for her Christmas special this year! I could not be happier, they turned out so good! I just love how grown up they look!
|I love this picture of London...a TRUE smile captured...melts my mommy heart.|
|Kingston's sweetness is just oozing from his sweet little face...|
|Serious Stud Muffins|
Posted by Jenny Polson at 11:15 AM
Saturday, November 26, 2011
What a Thanksgiving! I have to say each year is a bit different than the last. The boys always seem to make life a bit more interesting. I am SO grateful to have them as my sons. I feel like its a struggle with them everyday but I wouldn't trade it for anything. I love them so much, they are my best buddies and helping hands. They are proud of everything I do and I am proud of them. We lift each other up when anyone of us is sad. I love that London is a Momma's boys and that he likes to play with my hair, I could cuddle him all day and I bet he would let me if we were watching cartoons and had plenty of warm milk available. I love that Kingston is a explorer, a train conductor, a lego builder, that he can be anything he wants to be. He is so independent so I love the moments when he runs to me to some love, I cherish every hug and cuddle time I get from him. I am so grateful for my husband, who wouldn't want me to gush on about him. I appreciate how hard he works for our family, how he takes responsibility in helping me around the house, and for letting me sleep in. I am so grateful that my sons have a father who is a strong role model and a worthy member of our church. I am thankful for my family. I don't know how we would survive (or go on as many date nights as we go on) without them. It truly takes a village to raise children, and I couldn't have asked for a better village. I am so proud that my sister is serving a mission for our church. I love watching her grow into such a strong woman. She was missed this Thanksgiving but I know she is doing something amazing. I am also thankful to her for her willingness to serve not only as a missionary but as an example to my children and future daughter. I am grateful for extended family and for all the good times we share. I am thankful for my church and for the balance and peace that it brings in my life. I know that the church is true and I am grateful for it. I am thankful for our home and our freedom, and for friends that make life fun. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
|Seriously the funniest picture I have ever taken of London|
|Racing with Papa|
|Kingston's in the lead|
|Really? I love these lashes! Eat your heart out ladies...|
|This is his new funny face. He makes it every time I ask him to make a silly face!|
|Time to eat...for a whole 5 seconds...come on I didn't even get to my sweet potatoes yet?!|
|Love it when he wants to be a momma's boy|
Posted by Jenny Polson at 3:01 PM
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
October was such a busy month for us we didn't get to go to my favorite pumpkin patch Sweet Berry Farm. So I decided what the heck let's go in November, why not? Its still fall. It turned out to be a great idea because no one was there! We had it all to ourselves. We had so much fun!
Posted by Jenny Polson at 12:43 PM