Tuesday, September 22, 2009

I Got It...

the dreaded phone call from your child's school. "Carly, I have Jenna here in the office, she fell off the monkey bars, and her arm doesn't look so good". Luckily it was Tuesday, my only somewhat "free" day and I had just gotten back into Bountiful from my test at school. They said she was being very brave and not crying. Then when I got there she saw me and she lost it. So sad....

On the way to the Dr. to get an x-ray.

This is what it looked like, not extreme, but pretty obvious something is wrong...

The x-ray, can you see the nice fracture?

My tough little girl all splinted up and doped up (no, the pain meds didn't seem to do anything to her besides help with the pain).

Even though this was a stinky thing to have happen I have plenty to be grateful for in this situation: Jenna's left handed, an awesome Dr. who I totally trust, that it happened on a day when I was around (My schedule is soooo crazy and I worry all the time about not being there for my kids and this is definitely a time I would hate not being there), a tough kid, modern medicine, ....

So now both my girls have broken bones while playing on bars...after Jenna gets her cast (which she informed is going to be green like Rylee's was) I will post pics of both my girls in their casts.

It's all a part of growing up right?

Monday, September 14, 2009


Jenna started bugging me back in the spring about playing soccer so we signed her up. I was a little hesitant due to the fact that all 3 of the other kids played at some point but didn't really enjoy it and just kind of stood around or played around when they were on the field. Jenna seems to be enjoying it and although she hasn't scored yet she tries!

Typical Jenna!

Here she is kicking the ball.

And here she is running for the ball.

Hopefully by the end of the season she will have scored at least 1 goal and still be having as much fun as she is now.

Roran Philip Delozier

My brother Devin and his wife Karissa are the proud parents of my newest nephew, Roran. After 26 long hours with the help of forceps he entered the world on September 8, 2009 at 7:54 a.m. He weighed 8 pounds and was 19 inches long. He spent a few days in the NICU due to possible infection, but he his home now and we are all so glad he is here safe and sound. He is definitely a Delozier, he looks so much like Devin. It is going to be so fun to watch him grow! We love you Roran, and Devin & Karissa!


Our favorite band, WEEN, was touring again and once again skipping SLC, so we decided to go on the road again to see them. Mike & I left the kiddos behind with Grandma & Grandpa (THANKS mom and dad!) and made a little get away out of it. We went to Denver where WEEN played at Red Rocks. We had seen them once before at this beautiful outdoor amphitheater, but this time they were headlining. I don't know how many people Red Rocks holds but it was packed! (see we aren't the only crazy WEEN fans out there). Anyway, it was nice to sleep in for a couple days and just hang out with each other. We also got to spend an afternoon with Joan (a friend from back in the day that we love and miss who lives in Colorado Springs).

And Mike got a few minutes of skating in at the new park in Colorado Springs, it's HUGE!!!

Mike & Joan

Waiting for WEEN!!! Can you see the beautiful red rocks in the background, it is an amazing place to see a show.

Dean Ween rocking out to "With My Own Bare Hands"!

Gene, Dean, and Mean Ween!!! They put on a great show!!! They have such a variety of songs and they played a bit of everything that night.