Thursday, November 3, 2011

Happy Halloween

 On saturday Travis raked all the leaves into a huge pile by the tramp and the boys had a good time jumping in them.

I thought the beard was bad, then he shaved it into this I am sure just to bug me and it worked I had to live with it for a few days.
 Already to go trick or treating
Halloween dinner, blood soup, hot dog mummies, monster brains and swamp water. 
Notice the freaky guy to the right, I wish I had this on video as soon as Remy saw him he bolted out of there we talked him into going back and this is his quick escape. 
 We went trick or treating with some friends this year, the road had no cars driving on it that was nice.
 The pumpkins we carved this year!

 The kids didn't wear there masks long so me and Travis wore them for a bit, Tea was quite concerned
 I think this is a good look for me.

Friday, October 28, 2011

Grandpa Fuddy

I am playing catch up,

Dan Doxey Frampton "Fudd" 1931 ~ 2011

Our dear husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend passed on quietly at home on August 13, 2011. His sweetheart wife was at his side as she has been for 65 years since they were 15 year olds 'going steady'. He will be sorely missed but his legacy of kindness, hard work, humor and testimony will live on in his posterity, whose lives will continue to be blessed by this good man.

Dan did not have an unkind word for anyone and leading by example, he often counseled us to simply love those with whom we had disagreement. He served his country honorably in the Air National Guard during the Korean conflict. He was a life-long member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and wore out his life in the service of God. He helped to build the kingdom wherever he was called - sharing the gifts of truth and love which he possessed so abundantly. He served in many positions of trust and leadership and especially loved the time spent on missions with Berylene.

Dan was born in Salt Lake City on April 11, 1931 to William Vere Frampton and Helen Pearl Doxey. He lived in Holladay his entire life where he served on numerous committees and councils helping to keep Holladay a wonderful place to live. He married the girl of his dreams, Berylene Coshow, on May 28, 1951 and together they have eight children: Cozette (Barney) Carlson, Sam (Meridee) Frampton, Becky (Grey) Airhart, Jane (Dick) Goulding, Bruno (Shauna) Frampton, Sylvia (Lindsay) Thomas, Jason (Shelley) Frampton and Heidi (David) Lawrence.

Preceded in death by parents, step-mother Delight Thomas, siblings Will Frampton and Janice Burnham, one granddaughter and one great-grandson. He is survived by his wife, their children, 34 grandchildren, 36 great-grandchildren and sister Mary Schofield. Viewings will be on Friday, August 19, 6-8 p.m. and Saturday, August 20, 9-10:30 a.m. Funeral Saturday at 11 a.m. All will be held at the Holladay South Stake Center, 4917 Viewmont Street. 

 The cousins trying there best to be reverent while the parents practiced the song for the funeral

My mom is a sibling of 8, so the oldest grandson in each family was a paul bearer.

 My Grandma Ber and her 8 children (with a much younger stand-in for my mom who is serving a mission in North Carolina). I got to be the lucky one of my siblings and read my mom's talk at the funeral, and be her stand in for pictures. 

 Grandma caught a ride back to the church on the bishops scooter!

Grandma made all of these delicious cookies for the after party at her house. This date was already planned to be our family reunion. I think grandpa was trying to have us all show up this time! Almost all of the 118 family members were there. 
Travis throwing Hudson into the pool of the diving board, Remy also joined in on the fun!

We ended the day by sharing stories about Grandpa Fuddy. I am so grateful to be a part of such a amazing family. 

Daisy's Prison Photo

I have been meaning to post this for months! Daisy loves to run away any chance she gets, we have talked to some other bassets hound owners and there dogs were the same way, I was glad to know that. Anyways we have had to pay twice to get her out of the pound and once we were lucky enough for the cop to just call Travis and he went to get her. The first time she left it was quite a traumatic experience, the kids were heart broken and just cried for hrs, okay I was too a little too, mostly for the kiddos! The pound took this picture for us and emailed it to us.

Monday, October 24, 2011

Family Fun

 Family wii time, Tea even loved playing along.
 Hello,she pretends that everything is a phone.
 Travis hung the rings up in the tree a while ago the boys have loved it.
 Today was pj day at school for read ribbon week
 Tea having fun in the leafs, I found these furry warm slippers in the boys bag my mom gave them to Hudson one winter they are a little big but will work she loved them
 Daisy, ahhh I am not a huge fan of having a dog right now but we have been so lucky with daisy. She never listens and runs a way at any chance but she never barks and is so good with the kids!!!!

Pumpkin Walk

 This is the first year that we went to the pumpkin walk and it was a lot of fun. The kids had fun taking pictures in these fun cutouts.
 Harry potter, they have only watched the first one but I can't wait until they are old enough to read them these books. On Sunday Remy asked Travis during the sacrament prayer who was saying the prayer and he showed him when the young man stood up. Remy said " the harry potter kid"?

 Angry Birds

 This was my favorite one, Despicable Me I thought these girls looked just like them.

 Football team
 Gulligans island, these face paintings were awesome some one spent a lot of time on them
 Phineus and Ferb, the boys loved this one
 Winne the Pooh
 Tiger was pretty impressive
 Awwww plant verses aliens
 Cute cinderalla, she loved sticking her head in these

Of course I had to take a picture of Tangled for my sister!