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January 27, 2006

January 27, 2006

About Me

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I am Brooke. I love my husband. I love my daughter. I love my job because I can pick and choose my schedule and stay home with Harper the majority of the time. I love to do DIY projects. And I love my life!

Race Track

Race Track
Juan, Camie, Josh, Me

CPK Goodbye dinner

CPK Goodbye dinner
Josh, Erin, Brooke, Josh, Brandon, Camie, Juan. Right before we moved to Texas from Cali.
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Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Christmas in Utah

This year, we spent Christmas in Roosevelt, Utah with Josh's family. We had a great time spending time with family. Here are a few pictures of our trip.



Us with Grandma and Grandpa Liddell (Harper's Great Grandparents)
Four-Generation Photo. Great-Grandpa Liddell, Grandpa Liddell, Dad and Harper
Harper is opening up the gift from the grandparents. They got her a book of the Christmas story.
Here we are in our new pajamas. It's tradition in our family to open up a gift on Christmas Eve, which just happens to always be pajamas.


Here's Harper opening up her first gift on Christmas morning. She's pretty excited.

Here's her toys from Grandma and Grandpa.
Trying out her new toy.
Josh's sister Jill is a massage therapist. She was giving Josh a massage and Harper decided she should help. :)

On our way home we had a whole row to ourself on the airplane. So I got the window seat, Harper got the middle seat, and Josh got the aisle seat. And she sat like this the entire way home...ok...not really. But she would sit like this for about 5 minute increments before we had to change positions or toys or something. :)
We had a great Christmas and a fun time with the family. It's always nice to get a break from the real world.

Now onto "pinning" patterns for skirts for me to make with my new sewing machine! Sew excited! :)

1 comment:

Maren and Dustin said...

Good luck with the sewing! Skirts are a great thing to start with!

How lucky are you that you got a whole isle to yourself on the plane. I haven't been on a completely full flight in about 5 years. (And I fly a lot!)