Saturday, January 1, 2011

Christmas Joy

Christmas Eve - the boys were getting wound up, but did pose for a few pics before church.

Paige enjoyed opening gifts and ripping the paper into teeny, tiny shreds. Then she would put her paper stash in her new car and make a getaway (backwards).

Aidan shows off his new crossbow and furry hat.

Austin couldn't be more happy with his army camo clothes and his army lego set with 1000 pieces!!

For Christmas dessert we made a big top donut cake (and iced it with ganache so it would be extra yummy for the adults). Paige's new tea service got a lot of use too!

Saturday, October 23, 2010

The Pumpkin Farm

Well, I can officially say that our life is crazy with three kiddos, work, home, etc. And, that might just be the reason why I haven't posted anything since Paige turned one in June!

We went to Hall's Pumpkin Farm, just a few blocks from our neighborhood. The boys weren't interested in wearing their costumes, but were keen on the idea of Paige wearing hers. Here are a few shots of the evening.

Our Little Lobster, Paige

Good Ol' Boys

The Threesome

Grumpy Lobster and Aidan

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Birthday Cake Footage

Attached is our first uploaded video to Check it out! (if you want to see 5 slightly edited minutes of the Wevodau kids :)

Thursday, June 10, 2010


At the ripe old age of 1, Paige had blonde hair, green-ish eyes and a strong will. She pushes bar stools around like they were feathers, she races down the hallways on all fours to catch her brothers, she likes catfood - based solely on taste, eats cheerios, says "more" and "all done" with sign language, and is an all around happy girl, unless she is hungry.



Sunday, June 6, 2010

Kindergarten Graduation

Austin is now a 2nd year Glenhope Gator - otherwise known as a 1st grader. Graduation was a cute little ceremony where they sang "First Grade, First Grade" set to the tune of "New York, New York".

The graduates all wore men's long sleeve button down white shirts - backwards as their gowns. They paraded around the school and all the other grades sat in the hallways to cheer them on.