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My little man is six months old already. I thought I would never say this but time truly does fly by. I can't believe it.. I feel like I just brought him home. Don't get me wrong I am happy that he is growing up. He is so much fun. He is sleeping better, eating better.. and furniture walking.. ya. I'm pretty sure he is going to just skip the crawling stage. He is already pulling himself up on things, hence the bruises on his cheek and forehead. 

I thought I couldn't add anymore pictures but apparently I was wrong. So I'm back! 
Chris just got accepted to UVU and he now needs to apply for the paramedic program there. We are praying that works out. He also just got a fantastic part time job at BYU doing Fire Sprinkler Inspection (I think that's the job title) and he loves it! We have quadrupled out income!! :) So he is keeping busy doing that and also applying for another part time job. 
I have started many projects that I need to finish. I started a denim quilt like this one here, and I also started this whale here. But I will do it in similar fabrics to these ones. 


  
When I'm not chillin' with O, I work on them. Probably why they are no where close to being finished but it's okay.  Anyway that's what we have been up to lately. :) For now that's all, Owen just woke up from his ten minute nap. ha ha 

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