Sunday, November 7, 2010

Halloween Day - Ian and Teresa's Wedding Day

According to Japanese lore, folding 1000 origami cranes is tuly a labor of love. Tradition holds the bride who finishes this task (called sembazuru) before her wedding day will be richly rewarded with a good and happy marriage. Paying homage to the majestic crane, which mates for life and is said to live one thousand years, the bride ensures her own good fortune. In Japan, sembazuru is done when someone has a wish, be it for peace, health or luck. Today, couples fold 1000 cranes for a wish of a long and prosperous marriage. The folding of the cranes can be done with entire families and friends, not just the bride or the one making the wish. It is believed that the more people involved the more luck you will have. These pictures were taken the day of Ian and Teresa's Wedding in Las Vegas at the Artisan hotel in the garden area. It turned out beautiful. There were paper lantersn and cranes everywhere.

The bridesmaids

Dillon and Payton helped passing out the programs

Papa Jay and Grandma Vickie
Ian and his best man the professor
Grandpa Jody and Aunt Jeanne
Mom and the bride

You may kiss the bride!
The boys didn't know you were suppose to toss the rice! They chucked handfulls in their faces!

Dr. and Mrs. Ian Choe

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Pre- Halloween Festivies

So on Halloween Eve the girls went to Vegas to hang out with Teresa to do their pre wedding stuff. They got pedicures and manicures and hung out. Then they met up with Grandpa Jody, Grandma Tippi, Aunt Jeanne, Uncle Ian and Uncle Louis and ate at a all you can eat seafood buffet. Kylee was in heaven - she loves crab legs. So what did we do? Well, Casey was preg checking cows and me and the boys, well we didn't do much of anything. Ashlee called and asked if the boys wanted to carve pumpkins. We didn't have much else going on since Casey was gone so the boys and I went pumpkin hunting. Walmart was sold out and the boys really wanted to get some, so we tried Harmons. We were in luck. We picked out 3 small pumpkins. One for each of the boys and one for T. They wanted to carve a skull for her for a wedding present that she displayed at her reception. (They picked a skull cause she loves those). We met up at Nancy's with Tyler and Aleisha and their family, Mitch and Val and little Brooklyn. Here are some pics of the festivities.

Payton working on his scary monster
Dillon working on Titas pumpkin

Me and the boys.
Casey showed up to help Payton finish cutting his out!
Mitch and Val working on very detailed pumpkins!
Ashlee helping Brooklyn
Blake and Tyler

Look at this cool pic I just learned to do!

Friday, November 5, 2010

October 29th Halloween School Parade

This year we were not planning on getting costumes for Halloween because T and Ian were getting marries on Halloween day. The boys had a parade at their school and I told them they could skip the parade since they didn't have a costume. For once, they both wanted to be at school. The girls took the boys to our friend Sona Petersons house and went through their stack of Halloween Costumes. This is what they picked.

Dillon is a Dixie High School Cheerleader

Payton is Old Man Jenkins

Saturday, October 16, 2010

School Pics

We received the kids pictures and they turned out cute. The only problem with them is that Mariah head is HUGE ha ha! Somehow they chose to do a close up of her. She said its because she's so darn cute!

Casey and I took this pic at Olivia's Birthday Party. It was a windy day.

Mariah 13 yrs old

Kylee 12 years old

Dillon 9 years old

Payton 6 years old

Monday, September 20, 2010

Boy Scouts Of America 100 Year Celebration Sept 18th

This year was the 100 year celebration for the Boy Scouts of America. There were around 5000 or so boy scouts and cub scouts that participated and around 10,000 people were involved which included leaders and volunteers. The boys had alot of fun. This event was 6 hours long, but by the time we left and got home, we were with the boys for 8hrs. Besides the fact that I had migraine and the Coke machine wasnt working, we had a good time. They Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts were separated for there events, but at the closing ceremonies, they were all seated together in the outdoor arena at the Washington Fair Grounds. They enjoyed a concert, a message from the President Monson and a firework show. On top of all that excitement, 4 boys in our pack won prizes including Dillon. He won a pair of Underarmor Sweatbands and 10.00 to a hamburger joint.

Boy Scouts

Cub Scouts - I couldn't fit all the benches in 1 picture. There were a ton of boys!

Dillon was sawing his wood to make his sword.

Here Dillon is drawing his Bear logo on his shield.

The boys were practicing for the battle.

Here the boys were setting up card board boxes and making a barricade.

The boys learning to use the catapult.

Closing Ceremonies.