Friday, November 25, 2011
We had a wonderful time eating a beautiful meal with all the usual trimmings. I even ate some Thanksgiving side dishes that I always thought I hated and surprise- I actually liked them! Who knew?! Guess I am growing up! We also had great company to visit with and wonderful toys for Elise to put in her mouth.
Above all, Thanksgiving is a great time to be reminded of how blessed we truly are. We are so thankful, above all, for family; For our small family of 3 and for all our family members spread out across the country. We are grateful for Zack and all the hard work he does in medical school. We are grateful for our health. We are grateful to have the knowledge of the restored Gospel of Jesus Christ. Even when times our tough it is always good to have an entire day to remind you of how lucky you are and all the many blessings we have been given. From the Pugh family to yours, we hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Monday, November 21, 2011
I have been getting things ready for the upcoming holidays! Here is some of the work I've been doing lately!
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Zack turned 26 yesterday! We had a great time celebrating it with a few of his good friends from school.
Amy (holding Elise), Zack and Hemel
Zack was able to break away from his busy busy school schedule to come home a bit earlier and enjoy praises, food, and of course cake! I'm not sure what his wish was but he did get all the candles out in one shot- so it's bound to come true right?
He is much wiser in the past year that has transpired! He has learned the following in his 25th year:
-how to get into medical school
-how to fill up gas in a u-haul truck
-that Wyoming, Nebraska and Iowa are not places he ever wants to live
-how to change poopy diapers
-how to make a girl laugh on cue
-how to be a wonderful father
-he became the Dominion master
-Washing off the cadaver smell is not always easy
-how to ace biochemistry and anatomy
-that cramming 8lbs. of food in your mouth at one time is possible
-Moving 2 times in one year is no fun
-being the head microscopist is tough work
-how to graduate in Physiology and Developmental Biology
-and best of all how to keep these two crazy girls just as in love with him as the day we met him :)
Friday, November 11, 2011
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Monday, November 7, 2011
Here are a few random pictures of Elise in some funny and cute day to day experiences.
In other news I realized I never posted Elise's stats on here and thought I would for memory's sake-
Height: 29 1/4 inches 95% Who knew she was so tall?!
Weight: 18 lbs 10.5 oz. 60%
Head: 43 1/4 cm 25%
She is getting so big! I can't believe she'll be one before we know it!