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Yes More Football!

This looks like a pretty serious conversation but I am not sure what could be that troublesome at a football game.  (Maybe this is where she was learning that we don't kiss boys! See side bar)
Dalton is pretty serious as well.  

Finally a smile from grandma she is getting "mugged on" by two cute girls!

Comments

Heather Blood said…
Thank You Peyton- it is very important that Tucker knows that we don't kiss boys!!!!
Thomas Family said…
Very cute blog, thank you for being a great friend and your girls are just so cute!
To funny...yes...we don't kiss boys..we had that discussion last year with Jentrie in Kindergarten on we don't kiss boys on the bus or anywhere else...(the boy's mother informed me of the bus kisses...)in kindergarten!!!! AGH!
SKH said…
We don't kiss boys until we are married...Thats what I tell my girls. I don't want any confusion when it comes time...:) What darling kids. I am soooo glad I am not going to wyoming! Sit at home watch the snow fall and drink some hot chocolate!
Jen said…
That's cute! Your mom is so pretty, she looks very young. Your children are adorable, I love the great pictures you get of them!
Jackie said…
WHAT A GOOD GRANDMA!
Mandy Snyder said…
Can you say blow out? Wyoming didn't stand a chance. My hubbie and I cuddled up next to a fireplace to watch that game and I was glad to be somewhere warm and not in the cold. They played well. Go Utes! Your pics don't look like they were from Saturdays game though.
Anonymous said…
Hey, Brandie. I was doing a little blog browsing and happened upon yours. I hope you're doing well. I think a lot of your parents and hope they're doing great since their move. You'll have to tell them hi for me. Your kids, by the way, are too stinkin' cute!

-Shayla (Anderson) Johnson

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