Wednesday, December 5, 2007


Please pray for a dear friend of ours, her name is Sherry Woodruff. We had the pleasure of meeting them a year ago. They came down here with a church from Simonton to minister to us and they were a huge blessing. We were able to see them several times after that as well. In June Doug (sherry's husband)found out that he was in need of a liver transplant. He had the transplant last night and had sever complications immediately following. He passed away just minutes ago. Sherry is going to be in alot of pain right now as will there 2 children. Please remember to pray for them. THey need all of the prayer they can get right now!

Tuesday, December 4, 2007


Tonight is Ramon's graduation banquet! SO many emotions this week. So please forgive me if some of my post are bit confusing but this has become the place for me to get my feelings out so welcome to graduation week from the eyes (and heart) of the wife.
When we first got here it felt as if the 2 yrs were never going to be up, as if we were just going to live the rest of our lives here. And now........ Ramon is graduating! I can not believe it. 2 years after we started dating Ramon was talking about coming here. SO this has been a work in progress for more than 8 years. Over the past 4 years since living here this place has become my home. The only home really that my children know. Logan who always wanted to move back to virginia and has always shown excitement about moving. Came to me the other day with tears in his eyes telling me that he didn't want to move. He wanted to know what was going to happen to his room and to his friends. I know he will survive this missionary kid thing (I did) but I do know that it's hard for him.
I just can't believe Ramon is graduating. I am so proud of him. He has worked hard and deserves so much. Way to go babe!
Anyways off to get ready for tonight. Have a great night out there in cyberspace.


Monday, December 3, 2007


Ooh Aah CHAVEZ LOST!!!!!!!!! Way to go venezuela. The booths were packed yesterday for the voting. Even here in the US people were in line for hours waiting to vote. My prayer now is that this is the first step to freedom for venezuelans once again. The people spoke and there voice was heard!!!!

Sunday, December 2, 2007


Please pray for Ramon and his family. TOday Ramon's grandmother passed away. She was very old but that doesnt make the pain any less.
Ramon is feeling very guilty as this is the 3rd person that he was close to, to pass away since leaving venezuela. He has never been able to return to be with his family and that will not be different this time. Please pray for him.


Today there is voting going on in venezuela. Please be in prayer for venezuela today. Today, will determine the future of all venezuelans. CHevez said in a speech last week that he was willing to hurt anyone who got in his way. THat he was willing to personally get his rifle and start shooting. Please pray for Ramon's brother and sister, JeanCarlos and Cenia, as they are working the voting tables in the town where they are from. Pray that the people will come out and vote no and not be afraid. Pray that the voting will be done legall and the voice of the people will come through. Just please remember venezuela and the people there!

Thursday, November 29, 2007


Today I went to mops and I was very glad as we had an excellent speaker. She shared with us some poems that she has written and I loved them. With her permission I'm going to post them on here. I"m sure that you can identify as I did with them.

I'm TIred

I live a life filled with stuff and things
To do's add up like erutping springs

What am I doing it all for
Running to the church or to the store

I know that you have a plan for me
But does it include insanity

I know I won't win mother of the year
But today I gave hugs and wiped a tear

Here I go swimming in a sea of unmet expectations
I've gotta make dinner, clean the house, wash a load, call friends, and solve the issues of United Nations

Tell me houw easch of my small things will become a life
A life lived for You along with being a mother and wife

Help me O Lord, becuse I am tired
Doing an endless job, Can I request to be fired?

FIll me, Oh Lord, I have no where I'd rather be
The light just came on and I am running on empty

And there you are waiting with open arms for me
With a tank full of love giving compassionately

And Lord you knew all along that I was tired
But you let me run on caffeine until I was wired

I give up I've crashed and I think I need a 6 day nap
Then I realize you have held me close curled up in your lap

WIth you dear Lord I no longer need to be tired
YOu have filled me with your love and now I am inspired.
Michelle Price

Fearfullly and Wonderfully Made

You were fearfully and wonderfully made
Even before you were born and weighed

You sweet girl are made just by Him
No mistakes or could've been

You were made with freckles or curly hair
Every inch of you made with care

You wer given beautiful eyes
And yes even those thighs

He looked upon you with such pride
I wonder if he sang you lullabies

Your beauty He looks upon with wonder
No part of you was a blunder

You see to Him you are gorgeous beyond any to see
He knit you in your mothers womb uniquely

You were made valuable beyond rubies and gold
After He made you He broke the mold

He knew exactly what you would become
A wife, a teacher, and even a mom

There is only one you can never be replaced
God rejoiced the day you were fearfully and wonderfully made
Michele Price

me allegro de que esten por alla......

THis was in an email from Ramon's cousin. Someone who used to be very chavista. Someone who is a lawyer in venezuela. Here is another part of her email... aqui en venezuela las cosas estan mal... y si aprueban la supuesta reforma que no es ninguno reforma, pasaremos practicamente a otro cuba...... To see these words from her is not a good sign for venezuela.

Please, please pray for venezuela. On sunday they will be haveing voting again. Yesterday Chavez ex-wife was on tv begging for people to vote no. And apologizing for helping him in the beginning saying that she did not know that it was going to get this bad. Yesterday as students were protesting fighting broke out. Students were throwing rocks at the guards as guards were throwing tear gas at them. Ramon's family wants out and yet can't. If the rumors come true that we are hearing things are not going to be good this coming year. Please pray!

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

The other day as this picture was being taken tears came to my eyes. As I realized that something that Ramon and I have been talking about for more than 8 yrs is finally coming to pass. In exactly 2 weeks from today Ramon will be graduating! I can not even begin to explain how proud I am of him. He has grown into a strong, intelligent and Godly man since being at this school. He has always had a full schedule class wise. Never less than 18 credits every semester worked full time and has kept his focus on keeping his family number 1.

Ramon, I am so proud of you, more than words can explain. I am so glad that I have been able to go through this journey with you. We have had so many ups and downs and yet we always come out loving eachother more because of it. I consider myself priviledged to call myself your wife. I love you and the night of graduation I will be crying tears of happiness and pride. Job well done my love, well done!

Good TImes

Over the weekend Ramon and I were able to go away with some close friends of ours. People that we have know our whole lives. People that we grew up with. I am so thankful that the Lord allowed us to be able to share in this special time with them. THey came here to the school 1 year after Ramon started. We had visions of spending many nights playing games with them and drinking coffee together but life just kind of took over and before we knew it 3 yrs had gone by and we were getting ready to say goodbye. So even though we haven't spent that much time together we had a WONDERFUL weekend. It was so much fun and I'm very thankful for the 2 of them. So to you Esther and Mundo we will miss you guys more than you know.

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Brotherly Love....

THis is what I walked into the living room this morning to see. Logan was watching cartoons and had gotten Jesse and his bottle up in the chair with him and they were watching cartoons together. THere are so many moments when the kids are fighting and I wonder "do they even like eachother?" So to walk out to this warmed my heart. What a terrific start to the day!


Mixed Emotions

I know I have written about this alot lately but there are some days when I think about leaving that I am so excited and other days when it scares me to death and then other days when my heart is breaking.
You see I've become comfortable living here. I enjoy my life here. I know what to expect, I have a routine people who mean the world to me. It scares me out of my mind to start this new phase of our lives. Have you ever read a book that was so good it was a little bit sad to close it for the the final time? If you have you will know what I mean when I say that is how I am feeling now. I will miss my tiny little apartment.... THere are so many things I'm going to miss.
And yet I'm excited to see what is going to go on in this next chapter and yet at the same time scared to death.

Lord, help me to get through this. Give me the strengh. Allow me to feel your arms around me when I'm sad. Help me to lean on you in this time. Help me to make time for you daily so that I will lean on you. Amen

Friday, November 16, 2007

Game night

I am on my way out the door for a game night! I love games! We are going to have popcorn and brownies and chips and sodas. And the kids will be occupied watching a movie projected on the side of the storage building. About 6 or 7 couples are coming. So...... Let the games begin!!!


THe last we heard was that the couple was going to be deported this evening and arriving in miami at 6:40.

Prayer Needed

I just want to ask all of you who read this to pray for a couple (friends of ours) who were arrested yesterday in venezuela. They are being deported to Miami today. The rumor is is that the wife and 2 kids will be deported and the husband will be left there in prison. That part no one is positive of yet. Please pray for them. There children are 4 and 11 mths and the wife (Sarah) is 5mths pregnant. THere names are Gary and Sarah Greenwood. THey were not allowed to go home and get any of there belongings.
This just proves venezuela is not as safe as some poeple are led to believe. Please be in prayer for this couple and for venezuela.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Then and Now

This first picture was taken in april of 2002 just days before our wedding.

THis second picture was taken on a mini vacation with friends in may of 2007. Oh how time flies.

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

mommy can I hold your hand????

These were the words out of my 4 year olds mouth yesterday as we went to the grocery store. I love this kid with everything in me. As I was holding his little hand in mine I realized that in a couple of years he will no longer want to hold my hand. Let me take the time to tell you about my son Logan.
1)He is loyal
2)He is very energetic. Always going until you make him stop
3)He is very intelligent. He remembers things he did when he was 1
4)When he loves he does it with everything in him
5)He loves sports
6)He is kind and caring (sometimes)
7)He has a smile that lights up his face
8)He loves to help people
9)He needs to feel loved and in order for this he needs 1 on 1 time daily
10)He is a born again christian
I love you logan. You bring so much joy and laughter into my life! Thank you!

4 weeks left!!!!!!

Here I sit and I realized that we only have 4 weeks left till graduation. A day that we thought would never get here. It's been a long 4 yrs. So many things have happened in our life since being at this school. Many trying and difficult times and yet God has seen us through all of them. He took us through them and brought us out stronger people because of them.
4 weeks and we will be leaving the apartment that has been our home. Part of me is saddened by the thought of leaving. Sad for the friendships that I will leave behind. Sad for the freedom that my children have been able to have living here. THey are able to go outside and play and not worry. So many nights as the sun is setting you will hear the childrens voices floating inside and childhood laughter. I'm saddened for my kids as I know the life they about to embark on is a difficult one to get through.
And yet I'm hopeful as I know they can get through it. And Ramon and I will get through it. It's not an easy life missionary life but it's worth it.
So yes even though part of me is sad the other part is so excited and peaceful. Ramon asked me lastnight if i was scared to move to panama and my answer was immediate. No. I'm excited about moving back to latin america. Yes I know it won't be the same as venezuela but I love latin america with all it's imperfections. I'm excited to know finally what God has for us. I'm excited to start the work that HE has for panama. I'm excited to start this new adventure.
So as the boxes are being taped and pictures taken off the wall, I will wipe away a few tears. But not to worry the tears will not stay. As peace that can only come from a KING floods my soul I will be happy in the next 4 weeks!

Wednesday, November 7, 2007


THere are days when you just know you shouldn't get out of bed. Today is one of those days..... I knew it wasn't going to be a good day for me the moment I opened my eyes and yet there wasn't alot I could do about it. Even before I pushed the covers off of me there were little hands knocking on the door and little voices informing me of what they needed. Some days I just need some time to myself. I need to be able to wake up and have a cup of coffee before my time is demanded by other people.
Packing..... That is a story in itself. I feel like i'm doing something almost non stop and yet you look around and nothing has changed. I need help and I don't have any. My husband is to busy with school and work to really help with things around here and I don't have my family around. I'm just tired and yes I'm struggling........

Tuesday, November 6, 2007

For my mother in law

This is dedicated to my mother in law, Josefina. I have been thinking about her so much. On september 30 Ramon passed his 5 yr mark of being here in the united states. My heart breaks for his family and his mother especially. As a mother I just can't imagine going 5 yrs without seeing one of my children. We never invisioned it being this long but money has never allowed us to go back for a visit. THere are days when my eyes just fill with tears when I think about how she must feel. My kids have never met her and that is sad itself. I know they would love her. She is just a bundle of fun, so much fun to be around. So Josefina I know you will more than likely never see this but this is for you. We love you and miss you more than you know. Hopefully one day soon we will see eachother on the soil's of venezuela!


Growing up in Venezuela had it's ups and downs. The downs weren't really the countrie's fault that had to do with other circumstances. But you see I love venezuela. It is a beautiful country with wonderful people. Even in the jungle is gorgeous. There is nothing like going out onto the river where the only noises to be heard is the birds and the quiet yet strong current flowing by. I love the jungle. As strange as that is for many of you to hear me say that I truly love venezuela and all it's many faults. Don't get me wrong I love the states as well but there is always going to be a piece of me that belongs in venezuela. Ramon finishing school in 5 weeks is very bittersweet for the both of us. We were supposed to be returning to venezuela but since we feel that door has been closed for our family we will be moving to panama instead. I'm excited about the idea of moving there but my heart cries out that we won't be able to go 'home' instead. It saddens us greatly when we think of the things that are happening there. It used to be a place where we could walk around and feel safe even us americans. But the reports we are getting now is that even for the national girls it's not safe for them to out alone. Please if you think of venezuela pray for it! Pray for the people who are living there and are struggling with the new laws, pray for the churches as they are trying to be wiped out, pray for the missionaries that are still there, and most importantly pray for the president! If God can change Pharoahs heart he can certainly change this one!

Sunday, November 4, 2007

My husband.....

Recently I read on a friends blog 15 things she loves about her husband. So I'm going to write about mine now to.
1) I love his passion and love for the Lord
2) I love his desire for more knowledge. The way he is always trying to better himself. Always trying to grow as a person, a father, a husband and a son.
3)I love the way he is with our children. Fun yet able to be firm at the same time.
4)I love his smile. It lights up his entire face.
5)I love his loyalty to people.
6)I love to listen to him teach the word of God. (you know what i mean pedro and steph. shhh keep it to yourselves now)
7)I love how much fun he is. He is always up for a good time.
8)I love his ability to make people feel so comfortable with him. The moment you meet him you feel as if he has been your best friend for a lifetime.
9)I love his ability to take control over a crazy situation.
10)I love the way he loves his parents. He is such a kind hearted son.
11)I love his laughter. It brightens up my world. 12)I love the way that he is not as impulsive as I am.
13)I love the way he loves me!
14)I love how he thinks of others.
15)He is one of the least selfish people I know, and I love that about him.
The bottom line. I am deeply, madly and passionatly in love with my husband! I love you Gago!

Wednesday, October 31, 2007


Today is Halloween. It's a day that I hate. A day that is filled with people scarying eachother and thinking it's funny a day where witch's are out in full force. Growing up in the jungles with the Indians allowed me a window into that world which few have. A world where witch's are real, a world where satan is openly worshiped. You see I believe that witch's are real, I believe they are outthere praising satan and openly defying God. I remember one time when I was growing up the witch's had chosen venezuela as there yearly get together on Hallows Eve. You could feel the darkness in the air. THe air was literally thick with it evilness. SO today of all day's we as christians need to get together and praise our GOd. THank Him that HE IS MORE POWERFUL THAN ANYTHING AND ANYBODY. PRAISE HIM THAT NOTHING CAN SEPARATE US FROM HIM!!!!!! PRAISE OUR GOD!!!!!

Monday, October 29, 2007

Preparing to Leave

Preparing to leave,

As I tape up the boxes my heart is torn in two,
My eyes fill with tears as memories come rushing in,
Memories of friends and houses I once loved gone to never be seen again,

You see this is how i've lived my entire life,
It hurts as it's about to start again,
In a mere month in a half it will be time to say goodbye,
To people that have been here with me through thick and thin,

How do you prepare to leave,
How do you say goodbye to people you may never see again,
How do you express to them the importance of there friendship?

It hurts to pack a box as you know your time here is ending,
It hurts to say goodbye...........

Sunday, October 28, 2007

Friday, October 26, 2007

Me and the Lord

Cold fronts are something that I greatly anticipate around here. Well Monday morning I got my prayer. It was cold and rainy all day and I was praising the Lord for it. Monday night as I was walking home from a friends house I stopped and I looked at the sky and it was amazing. The clouds were low and thick and yet they had little cracks in them everywhere. You could just barely make out the moon and because of the glare it looked like there were 2 moons. As I stood there staring at the sky I was overwhelmed with the Lord. I stood there for a good 5 minutes in the freezing cold just talking to the Lord. It was one of those moments when you realized who you are truly serving and who we are going to meet one day. I was praising the Lord for the cold front he had given to us (i felt like it was a gift just for me) and I was just overwhelmed with love for Him. So if you haven't today take the time to just stop even just for 5 minutes and enjoy the Lord. That's all He really wants is to be enjoyed by us.

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Scaring Ramon

This is my husband Ramon. FOr the most part he is usually like this tranquil and peaceful. A man's man you could call him. He loves sports, loves to hunt and fish and very strong. Well the day before yesterday he was being a wonderful father and taking some juice to our daughter and turning a movie on for all the kids when I got an idea. I thought that if I stood at the end of the hallway and waited behind the corner that when he came around I could scare him bad. So I waited there smiling at myself and just waiting to jump at him. I could barely contain myself as I waited. Then I saw his shadow and knew the time was right. I jumped out and screamed "aurghhhhhh" and my husband in reply screamed like a girl! I have never heard him like that before as his hands fluttered around his face and the high pitched scream subsided I fell to the floor in laughter. It was the higlight of my week. My husband is hard to scare many people have tried and it rarely works. So the fact that I pulled it off and even made him scream like a girl was fabulous!

Monday, October 22, 2007

women's conference

Well Esther and I did it! We pulled our first women's conference off! And i should say we did a pretty good job. We had about 140 women come and they loved it! We were exhausted by the time it was over but it was worth it. We had a great time and I would do it all over again.

The big one!

This one deserves it's own post. You see actually my nephew is the one who actually caught this fish then when my mom went to take the pic all the "boys" jumped in because they said it was a "team" fish.

Grandpa and Grandson's

One of Logan's favorite people is his Grandpa and one of his favorite pasttimes is fishing. So he loved it this summer when his grandpa took him fishing and he even took him to work with him one day to!
Baby Jesse watching all the fun
Logan caught 2 fish all by himself and even had the joy of eating them!

Summer Fun

Cousins, Uncles, and water slides

This summer we had the fun of spending a couple of weeks with our family in Virginia. One day we were able to go and spend the day with one of our friends who have a great pool and fantastic water slide. Here are some great shots that were taken. Here my nephew is having a great time his first time down!
Logan who has no fear of anything wasn't even the least bit bothered by the slide. He has since been to schiltterbahn's waterpark and went on every single water slide.
This is my brother in law (Ramon's brother, my sister's husband)
And my favorite picture of all. This is my dear husband! He is a scaredy cat anyways when it comes to these things and had to be talked into going. Just as he was coming off the slide and my sister went to snap the pic he somehow got turned around and got a nice picture of his bottom! :)
Unlike her brother, Jhocy is scared of many things and slides are no exception. Just was just as happy as the rest of them just sitting on mommy's lap.

Thursday, October 18, 2007

children and birthcontrol

As I'm sitting at the table during craft time at mops we got started on an interesting conversation. We were talking about the new law (i'm not sure if it has been passed yet or not) about middle schoolers being able to get birthcontrol prescriptions. My opinion (which i think is the right one) is that it's ridiculous! Kids have no business taking those things and it definantly shouldn't be so easy for them to get them. I say if my kid feels that they are old enough to do the crime then they are old enough to deal with the aftermath. Whether it be an STD or pregnancy. Of course I don't want either one of those to happen but that doesn't mean that I'm going to go out there and make it easy for them either. Another lady unfortanantly did not agree. Which surprised me as she is a Pastors wife. She says that she works with problem girls all the time and she disagrees with that. I asked her if one of her kids came to her would she provide them with condoms and birthcontrol and she said that after she told them all of the problems that come along with if they still wanted to she would. She feels that since they are trying to be responsible then yes give it to them. Which I just thought was insane. She says she feel morally its wrong to do that before marriage but she wants her kids to be safe and if they want it bad enough they will get it anyways. I told her yes I want mine safe to but there is no way that I'm going to make it so easy for them. I told her that for me it was also an eternal issue for me. That one day I will have to stand before the Lord and I want to tell Him i did my very best with my kids and I cant do that if I ever handed them the pills or anything else for that matter. What do you think, am I wrong on this issue? (Of course I dont' really think I am just curious as to what you think)


Today at mops was an interesting morning. To start off with.... I'm sitting at the table with different people when I look up and see a man that looks like he has just stepped off the set of Men In Black! I start laughing and tell everyone that he looks like he is with the CIA or FBI. Then we see him greet other people so we just go on with our business. THen they introduce our speeker and up comes our man. And he does work with the FBI actually and undercover agent! How exciting is that. He starts off with "I don't want to scare you but..." It was actually very informative and very interesting. He told us all about child safety on the internet and with strangers. Things to do just in case something horrible happens to our kids and when it really is ok to call the cops. It's such a sad place that our world has become. When we can't even let our kids go outside without the worry of who is out there watching. Things happen in just a matter of minutes sometimes seconds. What are we as parents supposed to do? My stomach turns as i think about it and my heart breaks for the parents who are living it right now. All I can do is pray!

my family

WHen we came we were 3 and now.....
we're 5!

baby jesse

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

These were the days

These were the days when my kids still say mommy,
When the world is still so full of wonder,
When reading a book is all they ask of us,
When snowball fights and snowmen are the perfect winter

I will cherish these days with everything in me,
I will love my kids and read with them,
I will make the best snowman ever,

These were the days when my kids still want to hug me,
WHen I am their favorite person,
WHen there favorite song is still "Twinkle, Twinkle little star"

Oh my dear children, I will cherish these days with you,
I love your hugs and singing with you,

Moving on.....

Well it looks like i'm finally back up and running! I can finally log on to my own blog again. SO many things have been going on lately. Just 2 mths left till graduation and then finally it will be time to leave this place. I didn't want to leave for a while and now all i can think about is getting out of here. BUt oh the packing that needs to be done in order to be ready on time.
Its so funny to me how time changes people. I look back and see how Ramon and I were when we first came here and realize the amount that we have changed. We really aren't even the same people anymore. In so many ways we were still kids. The experiences and circumstances that we have gone through since being here have turned us into adults. (whether we like it or not) :)
The people that we have had the privilege of meeting and some even becoming close and dear friends. The trials that the Lord has allowed us to go through in order to bring us closer to Him. The heartaches that we have experienced both separatly and as a couple. All the joy that God has given to us. The indescribable way that Lord has allowed us to see HIS hand moving amongst HIS people. I haven't attended a single class here and yet I feel as though I have learned so much. I consider myself priviledged to be able to serve GOd in the way that He has called my family!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I guess what I'm trying to say in this blog is that I'm ready to move on. I'm ready to start this next phase that the Lord has for us. Pray for us as we prepare ourselves for the rest of the journey. The great part is that we know where the ending will take us it's just the part in the middle that is a mystery.

Thursday, September 6, 2007

Friday, July 20, 2007

Our world

One thing that I can not seem to get out of my mind lately is the kidnapping of the little girl that took place on July 4th. FOr those of you who have not heard of this there was a family that was on there way back inside there home from there very own yard when there 14yr old daughter was kidnapped! RIght from her own yard. THis breaks my heart. THe poor father was running down the street after the car and i can't even begin to imagine the terror that was running through him at that moment. My parents heart just breaks for him. I just can't believe that state that our world has come to anymore. It used to be that people could allow there kids to play outside for hrs without worring about someone stealing them. OUr world has become a scary place. Sometimes I wonder why God allows things like this to happen. But I guess if we lived in a safe place we would have no desire to go to heaven. I don't know about the rest of you but this old world is becoming scary and I just pray that my kids accept the Lord soon so that we will all be ready to go to heaven soon!
Well i've been here in virginia now for 2 weeks, 1 of those weeks without my dear husband. It's been an interesting week. It seems you never really know how much someone does for you until that person is gone. I miss the love of my life terribly he is truly a huge part of our lives. FOr those of you who don't know my husband he is a man that loves the Lord and his family with all that is in him. He is funny, kind, loyal, responsible, and i miss him terribly. So to you my love.....

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Hello there guys,

For some unknown reason I have not been able to open my blog from the campus internet. But because of the genorisity of a very sweet person we are all in va for a while. Ramon leaves on friday to resume his internship and the kids and i fly out again the 31st. I have no idea how i'm going to fly with 3 kids alone. A scary thought. But somehow we will make it there. The kids are loving being here in virginia. Logan thought it was the best news ever when he heard we were coming here. And Jhocy loves it because her aunt Lisa has already taken her shopping. Soon I will be puttting on more pics. So till then....

Saturday, July 7, 2007

For reasons unknown

... Erin has been unable to access her blog from the internet on campus. So, I (Stephanie) am once again taking the liberty of posting some family photos on her behalf. Erin, if you get the chance to read this please know that we miss you guys a lot! Enjoy the pictures!

Sweet baby Jesse:

Logan's "crazy face":

Mommy with Jesse, Daddy with Jhocy:

Tuesday, May 29, 2007

So Sweet

After trying all weekend to get Jhocys picture and many "NO'S" she finally agreed to take one with Owen. Oh so sweet. :)

Memorial Day Memories

Some friends become family

Some of Logan's bestfriends, Eva and Isabel
Eva holding Jhocy
THese are 2 of the best dad's I know.
Don't we make the perfect ad for fun at the ocean. :)

Sunday, May 27, 2007

Jesse after a refreshing dip in the pool. Only someone of 4 mths
can get away with a finger in the nose. :)
Mom and Dad alone
All 5 of us together.