I started using my first DSLR and we visited the Midway Ice Castles.
My dear Grandma also passed away last January. Hard to believe that it's been almost a year! I still miss her and still wish that I could call her and visit her.
We got the nursery ready and prepared for our little one.
We went on lost of fun dates, knowing that we wouldn't be able to go out quite as often once Baby Pew arrived. We also planned lots of fun Stay-At-Home Date Ideas.
We celebrated Valentine's Day and I made a Red Velvet Bundt Cake. Yum!
Our little Kymri was born!! Our lives were forever changed for the better and we were in love from day one.
We basically spent the month of April at home, figuring out the whole parenting thing and enjoying lots of cuddles. It was magical.
Kymri was the cutest little flower girl there ever was at my cousin's wedding.
We celebrated our 2nd wedding anniversary!
Kymri also received her baby blessing! Such a special experience and so wonderful to watch Brad in that amazing Priesthood responsibility.
Kymri was the cutest little 4th of July baby ever!
We went on a great little trip up to Park City and Salt Lake City before Brad started his last year of law school (hooray!)
We spent most of September outside, enjoying the beautiful weather before colder temperatures set it.
We celebrated Halloween as Charlie Brown, Lucy, and Woodstock and took Kymri to her first corn maze and pumpkin patch!
I hosted my very first Thanksgiving! The Turkey didn't burn, and everything was quite delicious, even if I do say so myself! Just look at the pies if you don't believe it! This year, we had SO much to be grateful for!
We celebrated Kymri's first Christmas and it was everything we could have ever hoped for. We were able to spend the 2 week break in Arizona and California with family, which made it even better. Watching Christmas through the eyes of a baby was so special! We are truly grateful for our Savior and His birth, life, and ministry.