Friday, November 30, 2012

3


I saw this on another blog, so I decided to ask Olivia the same questions. I'm going to try to do this every year around her birthday and see how her answers change. She cracks me up.

What is your name? Olivia.
How old are you? Um, 3.
Who is your mom? Brittnee.
What does your mom do? Put me in time out.
Who is your dad? Tio Luis.
What does your dad do? Hold me.
What is your favorite color? Purple.
What do you want to be when you grow up? Aaron. (Her cousin)
What is your favorite food? Pancakes and toast.
What food do you not like? Chicken.
What is your favorite animal? Jack, Ozzy, and Otis.
Where do you want to live when you grow up? At the fair.
Who do you want to marry? Aaron. (Clearly she doesn't understand marriage!)
What does dad say? “Yeah.”
What does mom say? “Yeah.”
What do mom and dad do after you go to bed? Go to sleep.
What is your favorite song? Hello hello. (From Gnomeo and Juliet)
Where is your favorite place to eat? At the fair.
Who is your favorite person? Aaron.
Who is your best friend? Cam.
What is your favorite book? The princess one.
Who is your sister? Lola.
Where did Lola come from? Mama’s belly.
What is your favorite thing to do? Clean up. (Liar!)
What would you buy with a million dollars? Money.
Why is the sky blue? Cause the clouds.
What is your favorite place in the world? Aaron’s house.


Wednesday, November 14, 2012

I haven't posted in forever.

We had an incredibly hectic summer. Luis and I went to Mexico for his sister's wedding in June. The day we got back, his mom's health really started to decline. The first week of July, the decision was made to get her hospice care and at this time Luis and I decided that we would go ahead and get married and postpone our October wedding. We got married on the 12th of July, at the courthouse, with only our immediate family members present. 10 days later, his mom passed away. Two days after that, we found out that we would be expecting another baby. It was just a little bit of a whirlwind for a while.

We're back to our normal pace in life, which is still pretty hectic, so I have quite a bit to catch up on. But for starters, here are some pictures from our time in Mexico.