Thursday, 26 January 2006
Saturday, 14 January 2006
Audrey had her first of what will probably be many visits to Chuck E. Cheese. The Warners have David's birthday at Chuck E. Cheese every year. This tradition is still continuing despite the fact that he's nineteen. We had a great time. David and I had about an hour long competition on the basketball game to try to beat the high score. We came to the conclusion that the game cheats.
Sunday, 8 January 2006
Tonight at our church we had Parent Commitment for Audrey's life. We have committed to raise Audrey in a Christian household and teach her about Christ, which she will hopefully accept as her personal saviour when she reaches the age of accountability. We were so lucky to be joined by a lot of our family and they also made a commitment to help raise Audrey in a Christian environment. Thanks so much for coming, it meant the world to us!
Thursday, 5 January 2006
Notice to Grandparents: Skip to bottom for just Audrey updates. 2006 finally arrived. This is the year that I've looked forward to for a long time because I will finally graduate from optometry school. When you've strived for something since 8th grade, it feels really good to come close to reaching your goal. Well anyway, we had a small get together for New Years. Wes, Danny, Travis, Jennifer, Jason, Kendra, and Skitarie came over to hang out. It was fun to see everyone and we really enjoyed ourselves. Life is really funny because while I don't think I've ever been happier, I got kind of sad missing all of the times that we used to just hang out with no responsibility and the fun that we used to have.
Audrey brought in the new year with us and stayed up until two in the morning. She's so much fun and seemed to be the center of attention for a lot of the party.
One of the things about being married and now having a baby is that you get to have multiple Christmas celebrations. Here's some pictures of our third Christmas gathering at the Edgars. Shannon won the money jar, a tradition of guessing the amount of loose change in a jar, so we can now go the Laundromat many times. Grandma Edgar gave some very meaningful pots and pans of Granny Williford's to Luke and Stephanie and also gave Grandpa a very nice shadowbox of his army memorabilia.
Here's a picture of Audrey and Shannon right after opening her stocking on Christmas day. We had a very relaxed Christmas day and opened presents later at night. Shannon and I only bought her two presents but the grandmas were there to spoil her rotten.