Memorial Day

Cameron and I spent the day with my brother Kenny 
and had a wonderful day!
We started the day off with some breakfast, the boys played football for a while, and then we spent the rest of the day in Jackson Hole.  We had a lot of laughs, created memories, and...well...I'll let the pictures speak for themselves.

Now for what we did in the evening.  We had the chance to go on the Bar-T 5 Covered Wagon Cookout.  It was a blast!  A full on dinner, ride, and show.  We loved it.  And have more pictures to prove it.

Ok pause.  So at this point, we've gone riding up the canyon in covered wagons, been somewhat chased by Indians, and are now about to eat a bottomless dutch oven meal 
(Cameron was excited for this)
And then, after we ate, they had a show for us.  Now.....get ready....during this show, Cameron was asked to volunteer.  His job was to say "Ooh la la"!  Let's just say he was good at it. REAL good at it.  For the rest of the night, people kept talking about his "Ooh la la".


Sleep tight

Cameron and I planned to go to the gym at 5:00 in the evening.
At about 5:10, he hadn't come to the back room to get me, 
so I figured he was still working on homework.
I started getting ready myself.
When I went to the front room to tell him I was ready, 
this is what I found...

I thought it was so endearing, I just had to take a picture.
And then blog about it.
And then post it to facebook.
Hee hee hee
I love you Cameron.
Thank you for all your hard work.


Let's Celebrate!

There have been a few things happening here in the Bassett home.
Here are some pictures as evidence.

May I just say, God has been good to me.
I will forever be grateful for him bringing this 
loving man into my life.
Cameron is not only a good man, he is the perfect man for me.
I love him so very much and am so proud of 
who he is and all that he does.

My sweet mother gave me this beautiful willow statue.  
She was so sweet to remember me.
I am forever grateful for my mother.  She is someone who has given me strength and wisdom in my times of need.  She is an example of love, service, diligence, patience, and selflessness.   If I can be half the mother that she was, 
I know I will have something to be proud of.

 Pregnancy is treating me very well!  These babies move around a LOT.  Especially Baby A...he is always kicking.  I have a feeling he has a lot of Latimer genes.  I already love them so much and can not wait to welcome them into our family.


Trying to catch up...

Life has been crazy....to say the least.
However, that's a good thing right?
I love to be busy and have lots going on.
The following is a little bit of what's been going on.

The Brothers come to Idaho

Cameron's brother Kirk and my brother Kenny came to visit on the same weekend in March.
It was fun to have family in town (we love visitors!) and show them our stomping ground.
We played games, watched movies, went to the sand dunes, walked on the green belt, and had dinner at Johnny Carino's.  I love creating memories.

April Showers in Utah

Most of the month of April was spent in Utah.  We had so much going on!
There was General Conference, Easter, Parents going out of town (meaning I was babysitting), Kenny's graduation, Track meets, Heather had her beautiful baby girl (Hailey Kaye Burnett), Kenny moved to Idaho, and much more.  It was a very busy month and went by SO quickly.
Here are some pictures of what happened.

Well as you can see, there has been a lot going on.
Oh, and of course, two babies are still growing inside me!
Here are a few pictures that show the progress of my little..big belly.

I think that's about everything!
I will try to be better.  I am having some fun making signs to go up in the boy's bedroom and will share them soon so I can get feedback.
Now I have to go and run some errands before Cameron, Kenny, and I go see The Avengers tonight!
Have a wonderful weekend!