We had a very full and eventful week with lot's of family, food, and fun.
We started the week off with the Broncos vs. Chargers game. Trust me, this is an event in itself at our house. Emmy and I wore Broncos gear and the two boys wore their Chargers jerseys.
Jordan and Ben came over to watch the game with us...I love how Emerson is looking at her in this picture.
Then, on Monday, we drove up to Keystone with Zack's parents, Gigi and Papa, and his sister Becca, her husband Chris, and their little guy Fisher. We got to stay for 3 days and although none of skiied or snowboarded, we had fun just hanging out. We loved spending time with them and are so thankful to have such a great family. Here's the whole family at a restaurant. Fisher was asleep so didn't get in the picture.It was super cold while we were there, so we bundled up big time every time we went out. At one point, it was 0 degrees outside...brrr!
Zane pushed Emerson all around. What a big guy.
Here's Emerson hanging out with her cousin Fisher in their Bumbos. Emerson is so loud, squealing all the time and Fisher would just stare at her and smile quietly. So cute.
We all played some Wii while we were there, including Zane. He's golfing...
Zane and I went on a few walks to explore. We found this little dog house that was like a little clubhouse. He spent a lot of time hanging out there. He liked pretending that he was snowboarding.
At the end of the day, we just put Emerson's tights back on with no skirt...how embarrassing!
Then, we got to spend a few days at home with Gigi and Papa. It was so great having them here. We had a delicious Thanksgiving meal and got to relax a bunch. Zane got to do some Yoga with Gigi.
He also got some gifts from his grandparents. This is his crown and Tinkerbell doll. He was stoked...and yes, he does play with boy's toys too. :) :)
Thank you guys for such a great week.
Finally, on Friday, we spent the day with my side of the family. We ate Paninis for lunch and pizza for dinner and played some games. Here's Emerson just hanging out.
I like this one because if you look close, you can see her two bottom teeth.
My mom taught Zane how to put the cards into this game and watch them fall. While waiting for them to fall, he was saying, "Poof." His cheeks puffed up every time.
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