Thursday, January 1, 2009

Visiting the Temple

We enjoyed visiting the temple during the Christmas vacation. It has been so nice to spend time with the family. I love the peaceful nativity scene. It is one of my favorite places to be.
Spending time with these cute girls make me so happy!
I love their sweet kissses!
I love to hear Carys sing the song "I love to see the Temple".
Madison loves to sing like her sister!
They were all smiles and it was a beautiful day.
We were so happy to spend time with Mike, Emily and baby Sadie.
Sadie is such a precious baby girl!
Michael loves Emily and his sweet baby Sadie!
It will be hard to say goodbye to this cute family!
We are so blessed to live so close to the temple and love to spend time with our kids and grandkids. Visiting the temple is a great way to start the new year. We wish you all a wonderful New Year and rich blessings throughout the year!


Julie Rae said...

Sadie is SOOOO cute!! All smiles just like her daddy!

Barb Elder said...

I love the Temple too. Beautiful pictures. The girls look so happy.

twin2trip said...

cutest post of 2009. Pretty pics. was Stace behind the camera?

Bridget and Dustin said...

Love the cute pictures!!

Cheryl said...

It was Stacey who took the pictures. She is always happy to take pictures for me.

Susan said...

The pictures are beautiful, you could be models for a magazine. The snow looked like so much fun---I hate to get cold and wet but everyone looked like they had a good time,We had such a fun time with everyone on Christmas Eve I don't think I took any pictures that night so I was excited to see them this morning. We all had a blast!

Jessie said...

These pictures are amazing! You are so beautiful and Stacey is such a great photographer. Looks like you had a great time.

Kristine Thompson said...

Really cute pictures! So darling- your little grand babies are sooo cute! I'm sure your their favorite :)

Mike and Debbie said...

absolutely beautiful pictures!!!

Webb Family said...

Those pictures are so beautiful!
You need to frame that last one.