Friday, December 25, 2009

Christmas


WE had a alot of fun with The Frandsens on Christmas Eve making gingerbread houses.

mine is the one in the front right, I went a little crazy with the candy


Presents everywhere: Calvin got little cars from dad, a book of African children's stories from mom, a puppet
Elmo from our friend Sister Downs, and books from Grandma Squires.

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Christmas in Hawaii


Ginger bread houses


Christmas Morning



Presents from his Grandma Flake
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Saturday, December 12, 2009

Calvin with Santa


We had a ward Christmas party and Santa was there. Calvin was a little unsure of him but he just sat there in awe. I am still trying to decide whether I want Calvin to believe in Santa, I mean lets be honest it is lying to my kid - but it is so fun and a good way to bribe him, I just remember it was sort of tramatic for my sister when she found out there was no Santa. But I also don't want Calvin to ruin Santa for all the other kids. Well I will have to think more about this one, I still have time.
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Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Christmas Photos by Doretha





Doretha Price took some great photos of us yesterday. She is so nice and talented. She took about 1,000 and there were some great ones, which is saying something cause Moema and I are the least photogenic people on earth. Calvin was in a bad mood too! I think I am going to send out Christmas cards like the one above. Thanks so much Doretha!!!

Mele Kalikimaka!
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PHotos by Doretha 2




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Monday, December 7, 2009

Wild and Free




It is like branding a cow everytime we try and change his diaper. He hates it! He wiggles free and crawls off as fast as he can. He loves being naked I guess.
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Great Indian food



Calvin loves being upside down



He also loves Indian Food


He tried to eat this whole nan by himself



With Daddy

Moema and I love Indian food and found a great place in Honololulu, Maharani Indian. It was amazing, I wish we had found it earlier! They give big portions and it isn't too expensive. We then went to the Indian Store to get ingredients so I can make my own, pretty ambitious.
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Thursday, December 3, 2009

Thanksgiving at the Prices


Doretha Price took these beautiful photos of our boy, Thanks!



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