Tuesday, March 1, 2011


Hallelujah! I have returned! In my own defense I have started a post like 3 or 4 times and then dumb Blogger would not upload my pictures, so I just got annoyed and gave up.

Life is a lot different now with 3 little munchkins, but I am actually really enjoying it. The transition (so far) was easier for me than the transition to 2 kids. The boys absolutely LOVE their sister. They are ALWAYS in her face giving her lots of hugs and kisses. Though I was sure I was going to have all boys, it is really nice to have another girl in the house. Our little Kylee is so much fun. She is almost 5 months already! I can't believe how fast the time has gone.

Umm, have you seen Tangled yet?? It is pretty much our favorite movie here in the Graham house. It is my new favorite Disney Movie of all time. These are the boys being "Flynn Rider" complete with the facial hair, sideburns, satchel, and frying pan. They are so fun.

Here they are in their Easter Apparel. I got many comments on how cute our little family is from our ward members. Awwww, I know! They are pretty darn cute if I do say so myself. :)
Ky is such a good baby. She is a GREAT sleeper (thank heavens!) and loves anything that has to do with her brothers. She watches them do everything and gives big slobbery kisses to them when they get close enough. She gave her first smile to Kade (I was only a little jealous), and is now giggling at the pair of them all the time. She cracks up when they run past her. Its so cute. She is basically my girl version of Blake. She looks just like he did at this age and they have the same body (I'm not kidding! at 4 months they are the exact same height, and head circumference with her being just a pound lighter than him. crazy!).

As for me, I survived my 10k at London's Run and managed to do it in under an hour, I think my time was 58.03 or something like that. I felt like I was going to die after though. The half marathon last year was way easier than the 10k this year. I was more prepared last year. Now I am running anywhere from 30-37 miles a week and I love it. I was called into the Relief Society presidency a few months ago, and I am totally loving it. It is nice to get to know all the sisters in our ward instead of "so and so's mom" because I was in primary for so long.
Adam is still going strong at UofP and he rocks. He does so well there and I am so proud of him. He is also in school full time which is great (but also stinks at the same time). He is really good about doing homework right when he gets home so he can spend the rest of the night with us.
All in all, life is crazy and fun and we wouldn't have it any other way!