March 03, 2010

Gosh, it's been longer than I thought.

I think I'm going to have to call myself out here, and bow out very gracefully. I just don't have the time to do it anymore. So to my one fan, (you know who you are) I bid you ado.

February 08, 2010

"Keepin it real"

Or whatever? I've seen a lot of "keepin it real" post lately. I've had some very opinionated opinions on the subject matter. Just thought I'd keep it real for ya!

January 29, 2010

My baby is getting so big.

For starters he is learning different body parts. Like ears, eyes, mouth, and nose.
Here he is showing off his new found skill. Or maybe he's just telling you to still third? You never know!

Here he is on a lazy Saturday afternoon. He actually wasn't feeling well. We couldn't figure out why. We just knew he wasn't himself. I hate when that happens. Thank goodness it just turned out he was cutting another tooth.
I already posted these pictures on Calhoun ink. They were taken the day it rained non stop. I made this cute little scrap page out of the pictures, and I just adore it!

I hope everyone has a good weekend, and don't forget to check out how you can win a free portrait session.

January 28, 2010

A new logo!

Calhoun ink has a new logo. To celebrate I'm giving away a free portrait session. Visit to find out how you can win!

January 27, 2010

Day two

The second day we decided to explore. We had to take the kids to see the trains at the pioneer museum.

We decided we should probably represent and actually go inside the museum this time. Funny thing is me and Richard have actually been to it before. We weren't even married yet. Not much had changed except now they had this cool play room for the kids. Of coarse we spent most of our time in there.

It resembled an old school house, and had an old fashioned desk, stove, and toys. They all took a turn dressing up in the costumes. Tate enjoyed the marble shoot, and the big boys enjoyed the guns. To which we were nice parents and bought them each one afterwards.

After that I somehow talked my hubby into taking me to the Grand Canyon. I had never been, and it's on my list. You know the one of places I've never been but want to go. It was quite an experience, and drive. Especially since you pay $25 to get in, and we weren't even there for an hour. None the less it was beautiful! I would love to hike it someday. Kid free (or much older) of coarse. We then stopped at the Flinestone cafe. Quite the experience. I'll spare you the details, and just share pictures instead.

After naps we finally made it to Brandy's. Soooo yummy! Seriously, not even joking. **5*** for sure!
  • I had the ancho honey tilapia. With sundried tomato risotto. Something you should know about me is...when I go to a restaurant and I can order fish. I almost always will. It doesn't even matter that I don't really like sundried tomatoes or risotto. Which by the way was excellent. This is making me hungry!

  • Richard ordered the bistro beef tenderloin. Which is what Guy ate when he was there.

  • For appetizer we ordered the corn & shrimp fritters. It came with coleslaw. Which I am a super huge fan of. When it's done right, and it was. So yummy! This is making me so hungry!

  • The kids went out on a limb and ordered grilled cheese sandwiches.

  • We also took a huge cinnamon roll, and brownie back to the room with us. I'm sure I don't have to tell you what we did after that.

Oh yeah, there is still one more day!