Thursday, January 31, 2008

Fun with Dax and Addie

I had so much fun yesterday with Dax and Addie. You should have seen how excited Dax was when he found out that we could have matching outfits. Check out our cool Dino shirts and camo pants.

The Garns have one SWEET backyard...
Check out my trampoline hair...Addie and I played a very complex game of put the rocks in the water bucket. It captured our attention for ten whole minutes!
But my favorite may have been the tether-ball. A ball that always comes back to you- brilliant!

Monday, January 28, 2008

Its About Time

The day has finally come!

Oh, and here are some cute photos of me.

Friday, January 18, 2008

The Stink Eye

Sunday, January 13, 2008

Words I Say (With Translation)

Go = go
Daddy = doggie
Titty = kitty
Ball = ball
Hi = hi
Shooooooooe = shoe
Nan-nie = I want...
Mom = No, seriously I want...
Buh-bie = Bye bye
Oh-tay = I'm excited
Oh-oh = oh-oh

Words I understand and can identify but refuse to say:
Mom, dad, no, balloon, night-night, toothbrush, truck, soft, kisses, hugs, nap, wash your hair, Brody, hot-dog, drink, chocolate sippie, Elmo, Doodlebops, belly, ears, eyes, sword, stories, bite, please, play, bath, shower, earplugs, shoot a hoop and banana.

Wednesday, January 9, 2008


Check me out!

Booker just learned the word Go and he must think its the punchline to the world's funniest joke. Tonight, as Clark, Chris and I drove in the car he kept saying GO and then cracking up hysterically. Naturally, we were all in tears. He's a ham just like his dad

Monday, January 7, 2008

Some Tueller Traditions

I had my first taste of my Baba's World Famous Quilt Casserole (ravioli's on top, whatever is in the fridge on the bottom). This was a staple for my mom growing up. I loved it. She liked it better when she was a kid.Uncle Chris scooting me around in a box. Simple pleasures.
Uncle David leaving for Hawaii with four suitcases!
A Tueller classic:
Up on a mountain
Sitting very tall
Watch out, Booker
You're going to fall!


We hung out at the new Wernli Condo the other night...
Lexi and I SERIOUSLY enjoyed an episode of Sesame Street.

Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Utah Snow

Here's our backyard- the field.
And the front yard- the street. Lots and lots of snow.

Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Balloon Rage

One thing I learned about my moms last night: Do NOT cut in front of her with your four kids when she's been waiting in line for a balloon sword for 20 minutes because she WILL yell at you and she will NOT hesitate to ask for a second balloon sword when I bite my first one and pop it. It was all worth it just to see this face...Some more fun things: waiting my turn politely (and sometimes not so politely) to drive the school bus.
And here I am watching the jazz band with my Baba.
It was my best new year's to date. We didn't make it to the 9:00 fireworks, and we definitely didn't make it to the fireworks at midnight but it was still such a fun night!

Tricycle Races

My Mama De had to help me with my trike. She wasn't so good because this kid beat me.

I should have had my Uncle Chris help me with the trike.
Trying out the pogo sticks.

Sidewalk Art

Outside in the mall parking lot, there was even more fun and games. First off, we participated in some sidewalk art that was run by two missionaries. They were illustrating the plan of salvation on the wall. I had other plans.... check out my work of art.

Somehow the elders got my Uncle Dan to help draw the Spirit World. Strange...

I drew that... psych.

A few more Star Wars Photos

Da da da, Da da-da, da da-da. DA DA DA, da da da, da da da.... DARTH VADER!

In a Galaxy Far, Far Away...

The best part of the entire night was a pack of Star Wars characters making their way around the mall delighting and frightening children and adults alike. IT WAS AWESOME. Here are just a few of the characters. Seriously, everyone was there... except for Yoda. Lame.

My favorite was Chewy because he looked like a giant doggie. I also really like Obi Wan's light saber. He let me hold it for the picture.

Provo First Night

Who knew that the city of Provo could throw such an awesome New Year's Eve Party?! All First Nights should be indoors and alcohol free. Seriously, this was one Booker-friendly event. There was a TON of fun stuff to do. Here's the run down:

- Guitar Hero and Dance Dance Revolution competitions: My Uncle Dan is one serious guitar hero. Uncle Chris wasn't so bad either.
- The event was run by volunteer missionaries and army personnel. God's army and man's... side by side at the Provo Towne Center. Pretty sweet.
- Kiddie crafts: My Mama De made me a key chain with my name on is.
- A very tall rock-climbing wall.