Last weekend we had the opportunity to go visit my parents up in Yerington, yeilding some new and interesting pictures.  Enjoy!

Here is Kaden with his Grandma.  He might be a litttle unsure in this picture:).  It’s ok Kaden, the rest of us are unsure as well!

 

He was really happy most of the weekend.  I don’t think I have ever seen such a smiley child!

 

April and Kaden

 

April and Kaden hanging on the couch

 

Anything he can grab goes straight to the mouth

 

Here I am with Kaden

 

Here he is all clean!

 

Now this is a strange sequence, so let me explain.  Apparently, it is fly season in Yerington, so there were many flies inside and out.  My dad, no longer content to pick them off one by one inside, decided to take the battle to the source.  The source is outside, obviously.  I am not sure if he is winning or not… 

 

Blazer loves Kaden

 

Blazer and Kaden just lounging

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Hi Friends.  It has been some time since an update (we have been busy, but nothing exciting to take pictures of:)).  Here are some new, recent pictures of Kaden.  Enjoy!

Kaden and Auntie Lyndsey

 

Kaden is almost always on his stomach now – he wants to crawl pretty badly.

 

His favorite thing to do right now is to play in his bouncy seat – he really like to bounce!

 

Here he is getting ready for bed.

 

He’s a pretty happy guy…

 

This was his first walk in the backpack thing.  He really liked it, and the walking put him to sleep before we finished the walk.

Hey Friends,

April and I decided several months ago that we wanted to try to take Kaden’s  3 month pictures ourselves.  This morning we got up early and once he was fed, headed over to the high school to take advantage of the abundant grass and the early morning light.  Here are some of the pictures – a few are candidates to be “the one.”  Enjoy! 

I didn’t get many pictures from that last two days of the trip, so I combined them.  Enjoy!

On day 5, we ended the day at Washburn Lake.  Enjoy the pictures!

 

 

This was the big day of the trip, 3000 ft of climbing and 3000 ft of descent.  Our travels took us over the Isberg Pass, where we had some incredible views.  Enjoy the photos!  Note:  The B&W pics journal Les trying to light his ANCIENT stove.  B&W was the only way to capture the event appropriately:)

 

Here are some pictures from day 3 of our trip.  This was the only day we stayed at the same place, Sadler Lake.  We hiked up to the lake that fed Sadler, McClure Lake, during this day.