Saturday, October 31, 2009

"Happy- Ween...."..... "I Fly, I Fly...."

Zoe can't quite get the entire saying down right so all night she kept saying... "Happy Ween" and "I fly, I fly...." It was really cute. In case you were wondering she was a pink fairy, magic wand and wings included. She honestly wanted to fly the second we put her wings on and pointed to the door so that we could take her outside so she could test them out. It was really funny to watch her all night pretend that she could really do it. Then when she started to understand why were knocking on doors, she held very tight to her little candy basket. I kept offering to help her hold it, but she refused and kept saying, "My turn, my turn..." as if we were actually taking turns holding the candy. She also kept trying to eat it as we were going, and of course we let her sample a few. The kid did alright for her second Halloween.... too bad she's not going to be able to eat it all.

Trick or Treat-Anybody need a Doctor??

We couldn't help but have our little Daners wear this outfit. He was so darn cute in his "Doctor In Training Scrubs,"
he was practically offical. His little buddy Eli from next door came over as a "Tool Man," they were soo cute. However, Dane was in the middle of eating a banana, so excuse the mess in the picture.

Happy Halloween

Carving the Pumpkins---

So Zoe hasn't ever witnessed the graphic disection of a pumpkin before and was sort of in shock when dad took the first stab. Shortly after the surgical procedure started we heard a lot of "ooohh WOW" and a lot of "Eewws" and a little bit of "I scared" comments come from her little mouth. We had to reassure her through out the process that the pumpkin was having fun and that he liked getting his "face."

After all was said and done and she was able to see the "before" and "after" of Daddy's surgery, she was quite please with the results.

Needless to say she was still a little weary of them when we put them outside, but she couldn't help herself try and blow out the candles either.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

More Pictures... too many so here is a link!!!

Dane turning 7 months old, California... and more!!!

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Park City and Utah Photo Shoot

Sunday, October 25, 2009

I know I know

Where are the Polleis????

Well, I have to say we are all over the map (well at least in the Southern West part). So I ventured (to say the least) a car ride out to California to visit my family WITHOUT TAYLOR. He was on call that weekend and we just purchased the newest member of our Family (our new SUV). And I thought that I would give it a go and try to see what a 5 hour trip would be like with two kiddos in the back. Well lets just say 7 stops and 8 1/2 hours later--- I was in Irvine California. Ok, so I probably won't be doing that again for a LONG TIME without someone else. I was only there for a quick visit so I apologize to those I didn't get to see.
We had a fun time and pictures are to come.

Then almost immediately upon my return from California, Taylor had work off and we traveled up to Utah. Again, what should of been a 9 hour drive and a few stops really turned out to be a 4+stop and 11 hours to arrive. Not to mention one of those stops being because Zoe got carsick and THREW UP EVERYWHERE.... on me and all over the seat. It was a wonderful trip besides that and we got to see lots of family. Also a very quick stop, but worth the drive.

Pictures are to come for both trips and for family and friends who haven't seen the kiddos lately.


Dane- CRAWLING AND STANDING EVERYWHERE. The kid is seriously the cutest thing alive (apart from Zoe of course) and I want to eat him all day long. He is so sweet and coming alive with his personality. He has this little raspy voice and laugh (no joke we think we need to get his vocal cords checked sometimes), but we absolutley love it. It's soo cute to hear him jibber jabber and find his independence. Last checked- he weighed- 17 lbs and he is almost 8 months old.

Zoe-Little Miss "Prin-ess" She is so fun and talking up a storm. Has recently reverted back to the passie from our last trip to Cali (end of Aug) and will not give it up. She was going to throw up in the car on the way back so we hurried and gave it to her... needless to say she is protective of them now and knows that she is on borrowed time with those things. As of Monday October 26th, we will be once again attempting to take them away. In replacement... a blanket, toy or any other suggestions of comfort would be helpful. She is loving to dance these days and run. Her favorite saying: "Mommy watch....." She's adorable, but mommy's reeeeaaaalllly ready to take that passie away.

More updates to come.