Peterson’s in the house

Kavan, Sarah and Oona are visiting the next couple of days while participating in a friend’s wedding. What was supposed to be an informal get together by Kathy turned into one of her blow-out affairs. While normally not a big fan of those, I personally had lots of fun talking and just having a good time. Maybe it was my meds, whatever the reason I thoroughly enjoyed myself. Unfortunately, Oona hadn’t slept so we weren’t able to visit with her but we’re promised a visit before they leave at the end of the weekend.

Time Flies

It’s hard to believe that Oona is already 11 months. I think the only pictures I’ve seen of her were when she was born. Now, I’m told she’s walking…what’s next…graduating high school! It’s one of the downsides of family being so far apart. Just a taste of what others went through when we were in the Air Force over a thousand miles away.

Beginning of Summer move

Speaking of distance, our family will be moving to a new home at the beginning of June. Although only a few miles away, it’s definitely considered more out of town as it’s hidden away in the mountains. It’s an older home with 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2 car garage and what seals the deal for me…a hot tub on the back deck. It’s only a little more than what we’re paying now but well worth it. Another bonus is that will be kids on the block that we’re moving to as well as lots of Church members.

What’s next?

Hopefully a visit from Oona and parents. Preparing for our move, packing and such. Mr Papa moving the site over to his web server which should give DoddemGen loads of room to expand.

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4 thoughts on “Peterson’s in the house”

  1. It was great to see you, Kara, & the kids this past weekend. I’m glad you got to see Miss O–too bad I was stuck on stage in a bridesmaid’s dress when Kavan brought her by… :). Hope to see you all again soon.

  2. Okay my third atempt to respond should do the trick.
    I too was excited to see the family all together. After being away for almost 10 years in the military we understand the importance of making the most of your time when you can get together even if it’s on special occasions. I know the kids had fun playing with their Aunt and Uncles and cousins. They kept their mallets level to their side when playing chrocette and no one went home with a bump!

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