Sunday, December 21, 2008

Merry Christmas Family and Friends

We would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas. We love this time of the year, but, yet we get so busy and miss out on the most important things around us. We are thankful for such wonderful family, friends, and neighbors. Thanks to all of you who are there for us through out the year. We hope that you all enjoy the holidays and have a prosperous new year.

Tyler is doing great his scans are coming back good. You can check out his blog at He has joined the Ski and Slide Team this year at the Junior High, he is way excited to go snowboarding. This will be his last year in Junior High and then on to High School. He is loving being a 9th Grader and has a lot of friends at school.

Austin is a 7th grader this year and is really loving it. He feels like he has so much more freedom--to a point. He is doing well in school and he loves his brothers, he is a big help to our family. He is a very loving boy.

Zack turned 8 years old this year and was baptised a member of the Church. It was fun to see that. He is a special boy and always is nice to everyone he is around. Zack is in the 3rd Grade and really likes school. Zack is starting to shoot up, he is going to catch up with Austin, which, Austin is not happy about.

Brayden is a kindergartner this year and is having a lot of fun with that. He too, is starting to take off growing. He and Zack are pretty close in size at the moment. Brayden has started losing his teeth and loves to play any chance he gets. He is a great big brother to Keaton.

Keaton is 21/2 and that is a known fact is his busyness. He is full of life and adores Sponge Bob, mom doesn't love that, but he can't go a day with out his fix of Sponge Bob. He is a sweetheart and can't wait until his brothers come home from school to play with him. We absoluty all adore him and he knows it...

David is still the Bishop and working very hard and I am crazy busy as ever too. Some days it slows down, I think when we are sleeping...

Merry Christmas to all of you...

The McBride Family