JD decided to record Asher here, because Asher kept repeating the same phrase over and over again. We had no idea what he was saying but we thought it sounded really funny. A few minutes later JD figured out what Asher was saying, which made it even funnier. If you listen past the first few phrases you will hear him say, "The people are real, the cases are real, the rulings are final; this is Judge Judy. (dubbo, dubbo?) Thank you, your welcome Judy." Yes, he enjoys watching Judge Judy and has also successfully memorized many of those horrible lawer commercials (i.e. "In a wreck? Need a check?"). This may be a foreshadow of his future career choice:).
The Amusement Park
JD, Amber & Asher
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Monday, July 28, 2008
Okay, so I know I was really bad about posting pictures over the last couple of months (sorry), but things have been a little crazy here. For starters, JD did not get the job teaching in Yakima, so he has started the process of becoming either a border patrol agent or a DPS officer (highway patrol). I know what you are thinking... "Wow, that's quite a switch from teaching!". Yes it is, but JD wants a job that will finacially support our family (so I don't have to work), and I want him to have a job that he will enjoy. Both of these jobs are dangerous and they each have their pros and cons, but we are excited to see where God will lead us. Currently, JD has passed the written, oral, and fitness tests for the DPS, as well as the written, and oral exams for the border patrol (he goes in for the physical and fitness test on Wednesday). Please keep us in your prayers as we make this life changing decision.
Asher's Nana and Papa (my parents) are always buying "their baby" presents. Papa is so funny, because he always wants to buy him toys that are not quite age appropriate. Here are a couple of pictures of Papa and Asher playing with a remote control truck that Asher got a month before his 1st birthday. I think Asher is enjoying himself:).
This is a picture of Asher a couple of weeks later... He was so proud of himself, because he learned how to make it move by himself (kind of).