Sunday, February 10, 2008

Back to Bloggin'

So there have been no real pictures taken in the last little bit... so imagine that it's actual January 10th instead of February. So first off we celebrated our 2 year anniversary (I like to call it honeymoon 2) up in Estes Park. We had a great dinner...we won't talk about the check under my right elbow.
We also saw a wolf!!! He was ice skating. He obviously did not see the sign.


We had a good time at Christmas in Colorado. The Wii was a hit with both the little and big cousins. I wish we had taken a video. I'm glad Wii remotes have wrist straps. We had a good time with Lil'mil. We tried to sacrifiace Lil'mil to the stocking gods.....

but he got bored fast and decided it would be more fun to escape and eat a cup.

He also was against laying still for a diper change. There must be some kind of trick moms use to change babys' dipers. I mean he was like a little corkscrew. I tried to spin him the other way but it didn't work either...o well, I guess i'm off the hook in the future:)
notice the unusually large calf looming in the background...yeah, I got no help from him.

8 comments:

Kristen said...

I have been awaiting a new post from the milmonsters. Sounds like the 2nd honeymoon was a good time. Just wait until you get another one this summer. And guess who you get to share it with? Your truly:)

RosieRed said...

I think you were twisting lil-mil's feet so it would appear that you were inept at diaper changing, the poor lil guy couldn't help but spin like a corkscrew!

Sarah said...

Lil-Mil is so cute. And I love the nickname! Congrats on your second anniversary. That is really exciting. You guys are awesome. We still need to do dinner sometime!

Jason & Stephanie Hill said...

wow...2 years married congradulations...not many couples now days make it 2 years...let alone 50...keep up the great work...you guys look good...

Jason said...

I just wanted to let you know that your picture is not of a wolf, it is simply a coyote. Wolves (gray wolves in particular) have not been in Colorado since that late 1800's-very early 1900's. Though recently there has been talks to introduce them the the Estes Park area to control the over represented big game populations. Sorry I felt inclined as a zoologist and hunter to comment.

Milmonster said...

Jason, as we understand your concern, the story as a wolf is much better. Plus, neither of us has ever seen a wolf in person so a dog is a dog is a dog. And, wolves do not stay in the same place for very long. Who knows. It may have been a wolf.

Jenn said...

Wohoo! The laughs are back. My little Jake also thinks that cups are delicious.

Milmonster said...

its one of those imposible task, try as they may, no matter how much it seems to give, they cant fit the whole thing in their mouth