Recently there has been a "minor" debate about who I really look like. Many people say I am a spitting image of my daddy. A lot of other people say they can see a lot of mommy in me as well. My MaMa (Grandma Tang) says I don't really resemble her at all, she said she had a big head when she was small. These pictures were taken when (a) MaMa was 6 mos, (b)Daddy was 6 mos, and (c)Mommy was 3 mos. So I'm bringing this to the court of public opinion to decide who I resemble most. Please feel to leave your vote in the comments. One thing I did notice with the 4 of us is that we're all pretty stinkin' cute. But just remember this, who's on top with the biggest picture? Oh yeah!!!!
Wednesday, December 06, 2006
Nick Austin, the Sports Director at KJCT, threw an 80's party the first Saturday of December and all I can say is we look good. Nick's rocking out the Motley Crue shirt while I got the Ramones on. It was a good time. Heather and Ashlyn couldn't come though because Ashlyn was a little sick, so Heather told me to go without her. We wanted to dress up Ashlyn up as a KISS doll, that would have been scary though. What you can't see in this picture though is our sweet tight rolled jeans. Party On!!!
Sunday, November 26, 2006
Check Out My Dress! Mommy was blessed in it 22 years ago!
On Wednesday November 22nd, 2006 mom and dad took me to Park City, Utah so that I could get a name and a blessing. It was the first time I got to meet most of my aunts and uncles on the Horspool side too. It was a great time! First off, that afternoon we had a little birthday party for my little cousin Kira who turned 4, and then in the evening I was the center of attention! About 40-50 people came to a condo that Grandpa owns, and we had Bishop Rich (one of Jason's friend's dad) there to preside over it. Dad got a little emotional, during the blessing, what a wimpo but it was good nonetheless. I think mom got a little nervous when dad said that I would be the first of "many" children to come. Only time will tell what that was all about! I was well behaved the whole time, and just looked at daddy without making a sound. Good for me! I get to wear the dress again when I get pictures taken this week! Yay!!!
Uncle Mike pukes easy too:
During the time in Park City, my uncle Bryan wanted to make impressions of people's teeth so he could practice making bleaching trays. Everyone seemed to handle it pretty good, except for my uncle Mike. He gags easy, we're just lucky he didn't spit up like I do all the time!!
* For your viewing pleasures, there is a new album posted on our imagestation account. Just follow the "Our Friends and Family" link!
Sunday, November 19, 2006
Tuesday, October 31, 2006
Saturday, October 28, 2006
For my first Halloween, mom and dad dressed me up as a bunny rabbit/cat looking creature. My nose is colored with Crayola washable paint, and the whiskers are washable markers. I didn't really like having it put on me, especially because mom and dad had to put the whiskers on 3 times! Dad used paint at first, but it looked like poop smeared across my face, and then mom kept messing up with the marker. I guess me moving around didn't help very much either. After they finally got me dressed we went to the ward Trunk or Treat party. Mom and Dad were pretty lame, they didn't even bother dressing up. Dad kept trying to use this silly excuse that he was dressed up like the famous TV personality Jason Tang. Famous? Ha! What a weirdo. Mom at least wore an orange shirt and black sweater over top. Dad just wore his KJCT shirt. When we got to the meeting house, I pretty much went right to sleep. Mommies and Grandmas kept cooing at me and told me how cute I am. I do take after my daddy though, what can I say? There was a chili cookoff put on by the Elders Quorum and a bunch of activities for the older kids. I just slept until it was time to go Trunk or Treating. Mom and dad didn't really take me around very much, they just kept handing me off to members of the ward. Dad got some Kit-Kats, but I'm pretty sure he pocketed them for himself though. What a bum. He'll have junk in his trunk, and I'll just be the treat for everyone else. It was an exciting day though, and I loved being in my little rabbit clothes, it's just too bad it's too big for me right now.
(Oh, and FYI, there are a handful of new pictures of me in the "Our Family and Friends Album." Dad just put them all in the October Album, he'll make a new one in November I guess)