Saturday, December 6, 2008

Merry X-mas!

Yep, we already seen Santa this year.

Happy Birthday Max!

Max is 4! He was so excited, now he is a BIG boy!

Some dinosaurs crashed his party, so Max and his guests fought them off with the paintball guns.

This was Max's first shot. Take that Tyrannosaurus Rex!

While the hunting party celebrated those sneaky dinosaurs laid some eggs, so we just had to make sure all the eggs were destroyed. We made delicious Dino omelets!

Happy Birthday Max!

Friday, December 5, 2008

Viva Las Vegas!

We did it! We ditched the kids and went to Vegas for a night of debauchery and entertainment!
We had some very good steak and then went to a ridiculously expensive show, the Blue Man Group. We had a great time especially after the drunk lady sitting next to us got up and left. Any band with 3 drummers totally rocks! After the show we went gambling or more like watching others gamble. Nothing like strolling a casino floor called the "pleasure pit" with your pregnant wife in tow. We stood and watched the pole dancers together, I'm not sure who made who more uncomfortable. We sacrificed 10 bucks to the one arm bandit and of course Aaron lost and Galima won, overall we were up 9 bucks!!! Take that evil corporate casino. We saw a hooker get arrested and some drunk people joining in a inebriated dance. We did not go to bed until 4am!! (which is a heroic venture for me!) We had an awesome time but decided that we are done with Vegas for a while!

Monday, November 24, 2008

The Hualapai's

November 16th we went into the Hualapai mountains to watch Adam fly over us and wave to him or get his attention in any other way (hence the gun ;). We climbed to the highest point we could find as close as we could to the coordinates that Adam gave us. We did see Addie's airplane but he was about a mile or two away from us. Still we had good time and enjoyed the "air-show" Thanks Addie!

Friday, November 7, 2008

The Crazy Bunch!

It is a bit late, but better late than never, right?
We celebrated Aaron's B/day with now a traditional cheesecake. No burn injuries this time. And the next morning we left for Utah, where we explored the job market.

Somewhere in Utah. It was a gorgeous sunset and one of the best views of the mountains which you can hardly enjoy on the picture. Still, you can see how incredibly big I am getting.

And of course I couldn't take all the "crazy dress-up" credit all to myself, (at least I do it on Halloween only ;)

Monday, November 3, 2008

Happy Halloween!

Here is some of our crazy candy day. We went to see Aaron first, and then went to the Church for some trunk-o-treating. The kids were very excited to be getting candy from, people for nothing! After we made some rounds we came to our own car and gave all our candy away. Max seemed to enjoy that part even more, where's Sophie was trying to shove as much candy in her mouth as she could. But being a novice in that business she kept taking all the hard candy and ended up eating not as much as I feared. Hope you all had good times and ate enough sweets to give you diabetes, I sure did.
Love, Bradburys.

Monday, September 29, 2008

Hey folks,
Sorry we were delinquent in our blog keeping up. It just seems that as the kids are growing bigger our days are growing shorter. I finally got around to it so here is our update.
As everyone hopefully already knows we are expecting a monster #3. So here is the mug-shot of Fred the fetus or Emma the embryo.

The baby is doing great and is very, very active. During the ultrasound this little miracle kept hitting me with his/hers tiny fist already trying to fend off the siblings. Max and Sophia are periodically giving him hugs and feeling her kicks. Sophia’s hugs are more of a death grip though.

I found out that it is no fun to be pregnant when you are 30, and am very grateful to Aaron for allowing me to stay home with the kids. I am already gigantic and as soon as the kids finally give up running around like crazy can barely keep my eyes open.
Aaron is working really hard and now he has a moonlighting job to keep him occupied on those “numerous” days off. We miss him a lot but the end is near.

Friday, July 11, 2008

One lucky Dad!

We know how to stay cool in AZ!

I am TWO!

Sophia had a monkey cake on her special day. Both Max and Sophia were very excited and showed us some true monkey behavior that day.

"I am a cowgirl though and through, Yippee-ky-yee! Yippe-ky-yu!"

Sunday, July 6, 2008

Hello everyone! Sorry our mom hasn’t been updating this blog to see how much we have grown. We really think that she is just wasting her time by watching movies and eating ice-cream as soon as we go to bed. So we decided to take matters into our hands and here is what came out of it.

Since it’s been so long we’ll have to start with the time when we went to Las Vegas, think it was in March. Dad spent a month there learning how to waste his time more efficiently in some sort of hospital. Did you know that those things are full of ice-cream and especially TV?! Well, a good thing did happen and our baby cous Eva brought her parents for a visit and they even fit our grandma Susie with them. Boy, did we love every minute of that, especially when both of our parents left us on grandma’s watch!

It was sad to leave Eva but we were about to go to Texas to see our newest cousin Calvin and to rekindle our long lasting friendship with our cousin Brig. It was a long drive and our little bums almost fell off at the end of the trip but we made it. We watched our uncle Addie fly an airplane and even went inside some enormous airplanes. We taught Briggie how to use some “awesome” words and I Max showed him how to terrorize his younger sibling.

Now we are at home and have not been anywhere else since. That does not mean that our life is boring, in fact we keep our mom going 24/7. It’s kind of fun sometimes to see how fast she can run, although it never ends well for us.
Well that’s it for now. Come see us if you are in Kingman. Love you all, or how my little sis says it “Lobe you, see you soon”.

Saturday, March 22, 2008

our monsters

You leave all the "responsible" things in the family up to me and they never, or almost never get done.
We are doing great and are so excited to play with our new cousins! Sophia has a doll that she named "baby Lola" and she carries her everywhere. And Max was just thrilled to learn today about Brig's new baby brother. Now he keeps asking me when we are going to go to visit them.
No new baby news for us. We are busy now with potty-training Sophia who at the age of 18 months decided she was too big for diapers. So now our floors are heavily scrubbed about 3 times a day.
Here are a few fresh pix, hope you like them.

Monday, February 18, 2008

Everyone else is doing it so why can't we?

Mostly in an effort to keep up with my nutter brudder Adam I will be starting the 3rd family blog. This could evolve into that journal Galima and I have been putting off for 7+ years now. Plus we can post pictures of Max and Sophie doing those irresistibly cute and destructive things they do. This can also be the way Max can teach Brig and Lola all those things their parent wish he wouldn't. Sophie seemed to know them right from the womb, and requires very little instruction.

Now that I have written the first paragraph I can turn this over to Galima with all the other "responsible" things in the family.