One month to go!!!!!

Some of our favorite bows
Baby shoes!!!

I love this bedding with the birds and owls

Baby girl crib
Julia's Bed

I can't wait for our little girl to arrive. I especially can't wait for the need to use the bathroom every 45 minutes to be gone! I have been really lucky so far and am still pretty comfortable though. We started getting the house ready back in March so everything is done except for setting up the cradle. We painted Julia's old room and moved Ethan in there. Painted a dresser and desk for Julia and bought a big girl bed. Then we also finally painted the hall bathroom after being in the house for 6 years. I feel like I have cleaned out every cupboard, closet and drawer to organize things and make room for another person in this house. It seemed so big when we moved in and had only 2 kids! Now we are using up every inch of space. And in case I didn't mention it, this girl is already spoiled! We love shoes and headbands!


Mr. & Mrs. Moore

Mike and I traveled to St.Maries Idaho this weekend for my sisters wedding. We had a nice time seeing my family and I was so glad that we could be there to see Samantha on her special day. She looked beautiful in her dress and I have to say that our family rocked it with our amazing dance moves at the reception! We had a great time and Mike and I enjoyed a weekend together without our kids before #4 arrives.

Happy Birthday Princess!!!

Last week we celebrated Julia's 4th birthday. Wow, the years are flying by. I had to take a minute and say a few things about this amazing little girl. She has been a blessing from the moment she was born. Bringing joy and laughter and PINK to our home. I LOVE having a daughter. The princesses and baby dolls and bows and ruffles make me smile. Julia is a bright, imaginative little girl. Always make-believing and dressing up. She loves to help me cook and put away the laundry. She makes up her own songs to sing and is a mermaid in the bathtub. She is always saying something funny and we love her so much. She is also strong willed and a drama queen but I wouldn't change any of it. I can't wait to do this all over again with our next little girl! Happy Birthday Julia!



What a day! We wanted to take the kids to Disneyland before the baby is born. We ended up going on the hottest day so far this year! 90 degrees and 8 months pregnant walking around Disneyland is not my idea of fun. But we do this stuff for our kids right?! This was Julia's first time there and we kept it a secret that we were going until the night before. She calls it Princessland and couldn't wait to see princesses and Mickey of course. She was a trooper and did great until after the World of Color show at California Adventure. It was an amazing show! But by about 10 pm she was pretty grouchy! One of my favorite parts of the day was waiting to have a picture with Winnie the Pooh and she wanted to tell him that she was getting a new baby. So sweet! She loved the tea cups and Soaring over California - not impressed with Pirates though. The boys and Mike rode some of the "bigger" rides like the Matterhorn & Space mountain. We had to split up and make sure that everyone got to do what they wanted. So this trip made me realize a few things about Disneyland:
*The happiest place on earth turns to the grouchiest place on earth once you've been there for 12 hours
*I do not want a season pass - why anyone would do that to themselves more than once every few years is beyond me
*3(almost 4) year olds cannot wait in a line longer than 45 min.
*When you finally get to the front of the line someone will have to go potty ( it might even be Mom!)
*sometimes the tram ride to the parking lot is the best ride of the day
*But... When it's all over the fun memories stay with you forever!