Thursday, October 30, 2008

Peter Kayaking

Morgan and I drove with Peter and Mike to the Kananaskis River to watch them kayak. This is more of a play river so they would do the same wave a few times so we got to watch them a lot. Morgan and I sat down by the river on some rocks and Morgan put her feet in the very cold water. Every time Peter paddled away from us she would try to jump into the water. This girl has no fear. She also kept saying, "Morgan Kayak." Just what Peter wants is her to kayak.

Trying out the kayak.
Mike and Pete getting ready.
A little Clip of Peter Kayaking in the wave.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Caitlin's Shower

When we were in Canada got to go to Caitlin's baby shower. She was only due 3 weeks before me. She had her baby 2 weeks early and I still have 3 weeks to go. Maybe I'll be lucky enough to go early, not counting on it.  

Morgan is trying to steal the presents because she knows her mom is having a boy too...
Morgan and her Aunt Jessica. She only went to her when I said that she was married to Uncle Mike. She sure loves her uncles.
Morgan and her great uncle Frank.

Tie Lake

I am finally posting some pictures from our trip to Canada. Our first stop was Tie Lake in BC. It was so nice there. It was fairly warm but the water was so cold. The only thing we could get in there was our feet and not even for very long. There were some crazy people out on the wake board, surfing, and tubing behind the boat. It is easy to tell that we were in Texas all summer with the warm ocean water. We weren't use to the Canadian Cold. 
Morgan did have a blast. Every morning when she would wake up she would say, "Outside to Play". She loved the trampoline, the slide, playing in the dirt, seeing lots of different animals and not being in the car. Since we had driven 37 hours in about a weeks time. Not the funnest for a little girl or a pregnant woman. Poor Peter.

This sign was posted by the river where the salmon were sponning (I think that is what they call it). I, of course, was freaked out seeing the sign. I wanted to stay right by the car in case a bear decided it was hungery, but Peter wanted to get a picture of Morgan and I with the fish in view, on the opposite side of the river as our car. We all survived. This was the first time I have seen this and it is really cool.

The next few pictures are of Morgan playing outside. She loved every minute of it. As you can see she is always smiling.

Some how we got this picture twice. 

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Morgan and Parks

Morgan and Parks hanging out.

Parks in the Jumper
Morgan in the Jumper. She say that Parks was having so much fun and she wanted a turn. She didn't know how it worked. She looked like she was tap dancing more than jumping.