Saturday, October 31, 2009

Our Halloween 2009

So this year has been a ton of fun for our family. Abby told us she needed to move on from the little baby costumes to the big teenage costumes and Jaxon just enjoyed his first Halloween. Abby was Ariel from the Little Mermaid this year, and Jaxon was our cute little Monkey. I am not a huge fan of Halloween, but I sure do enjoy dressing my kids up and decorating pumpkins and taking pictures. I guess you can say that this is truly a holiday for children. Each day we learn more and more about these two little ones. Abby told me (mom) today that I needed to go online and find her a prince Eric to marry. How can a 3 year-old know about online dating and meeting people? Boy if she is already starting now, I can't imagine what she will be like when she hits 16!!!!!!! And for sure it is WAY WAY WAY WAY WAY to soon for me to have to even be thinking of that. Jaxon is learning that he has a voice, and oh he is loud. Abby says she liked it better when all he did was sleep. The funny thing about that is he squeals the loudest when she is around, and especially when she does her crazy dance moves for him. In the video is Abby at the ward party trying to eat a donut on a string with no hands. She only lasted about 30 seconds and sat up. She said, "Mom this is dumb, if I use my hands it won't take so long. This isn't a fun game it's a waste of time." But yet walking around in a circle doing a cake walk is better? Oh to be a kid again. Happy Halloween to all our friends and family. Hope you had a great time and are safe at home in your bed with your parents hiding your candy!!!! :)

Sunday, October 25, 2009


We took the kids to the pumpkin patch, and it was alot of fun. We have learned however that Jaxon is not a fan of the cold. He doesn't like to wear layers of clothes, use blankets, or wear hats. Jaxon inherited that from Dad. Mom and Abby love the cold and snow. I was trying to get him to look at the camera, but at least he smiled. After snapping a few pictures, it began to rain so we were out of there. Fall is a great time of year. Jaxon is now four months old, and growing big and strong. Abby is a great big sister, and of course is still our super model. We had to take tons of pictures of her, just so she would let us take a few of Jaxon. I am happy with the pictures. Stay tuned for Halloween night!!!!!

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Our family. Pamela Sue Long Wiscombe, Bradly Keith Wiscombe, Abigail Michelle Wiscombe, and Jaxon Dar Wiscombe.

Grandma Robin Simmons Wiscombe, Grandpa Papa Brent Keith Wiscombe, and their grandkids. Brylee, Carlee, Abigail, and Jaxon.

Three Generations together at last. Grandpa Papa Brent Keith Wiscombe, Abigail Michelle Wiscombe, Great Grandma Dorothy Wiscombe, Jaxon Dar Wiscombe, and Bradly Keith Wiscombe.

Aunt Stacie Long Glass and her family.

Grandma Sue Ann Davis Long
Great Grandma Dorothy Wiscombe, Jaxon Dar Wiscombe, Aunt Sharon and Uncle Neil Peay
Aunt Cyndi and Jeff Looman and Jaxon

Aunt Cassandra, Jaxon, Aunt McKayla, and Aunt Christena Wiscombe
Grandma Robin Simmons Wiscombe, Jaxon and Grandpa Papa Brent Wiscombe
Uncle Brian Wiscombe, his family and Jaxon.

Uncle Brandon, Uncle Bryce, and Uncle Brent Wiscombe
Mommy and Jaxon at the falls by BYU!!

Our first family outing was to BYU, and we took pictures down at the waterfalls. It was a really hot day so the water felt great. Abby, Brad, and baby Jaxon.

Abby meets Jaxon for the first time. It was love at first sight!!

This was the first family picture we took. Unfortunately because it was in the NICU, Abby wasn't in the picture. Brad, Pamela, and Jaxon.

Jaxon Dar Wiscombe was born June 23rd, 2009 at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center in Provo, Utah. He was born at 9:36 am, weighed 7 lbs and 1 ounce and was 18 1/2 inches long. Jaxon was born having difficulty with his lungs, and was immediately sent to NICU. He is doing fine now.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

This is our precious little Baby Boy Jaxon Dar Wiscombe. He was born at 9:36am, June 23rd 2009, at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center in Provo. He weighed 7 lbs. 1 oz and was 18 1/2 inches long. We are so excited that he is here. He gave us a scare at first and spent time in the NICU for problems breathing, but he is better now.