If you thought I was bad at blogging last year I did even worse this year. However, if there is anyone that looks at this blog I wanted to show we were here in 2010.
We stared out the year slow. Spending most of our time working and just spending time together. In March Reagan turned 2. We had a fun party with family and friends at Jump On It. Where she had a blast jumping, loved her "wheels on the bus cake", and got way too many presents.
For Mother's Day Reagan and I went down to Carlsbad to Uncle Dave's family. Reagan loved playing with her cousins and I loved going on an amazing guided trip through the Carlsbad Caverns.
In may we had family pictures taken by Maria Wood Photography and she did an amazing job.
To kick off summer Dream Dinners sponsored us in the Corporate Sports Challenge. We had a lot of fun loosing in almost everything. Ryan was most excited about Dodge ball and we came in last. But our whole team couldn't wait to do it again next year.
Reagan's summer was spent swimming, playing with friends, and dressing up like a princess.
She also got to take her first plane ride when we fly to New York for Danny's graduation. She didn't love the plane but she did well. She did LOVE New York. She loved reading books with GG, playing with cousin James, visiting Uncle Micheal's Farm, riding about to the Statue of Liberty (or Liberty as she called her), and swimming in Uncle Chucks pool. It was a really good trip and it was great for her to see all of her relatives there.
For Ryan's Birthday we went Skydiving and it was probably the most Awesome thing we have done in our lives. Kyle and James were the only ones brave enough to go with us.
In the fall Ryan sang Karaoke in public for the first time. I had the most amazing 30th birthday party anyone could ask for. And our Annual Halloween Party was moved to Dream Dinners cause it just keeps getting bigger and cooler every year.
Christmas was really fun even though Reagan decided she didn't like Santa Clause. In the end Mrs. Clause had to bring her presents to our house and Santa went to Grandma and Ma Ma's houses.
Thanks to all of you that made our year so much fun and here is to an even better one to come.