Friday, March 20, 2009

It's a dog fight...

This is our dog Zoe and the upstairs neighbor's dog ellie. They have basically been best friends ever since we moved in last summer. They love wrestling with each other. They would go for hours if we didn't stop them. Me and Courtney (Ellie's mom) have been talking about how sad they will both be when we move away for law school in a few months. Zoe will be friendless without Ellie and Ethan's parents' dogs who we go see every Sunday at least. Anyway here is some video of one of the many dog fights we see!
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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Huntington/Thomas Family Pictures

This is taken in our backyard. I think it's so pretty back there!


AWWW!! How cute is our little Zoey?!


Does black and white make our family look more sophisticated? I think so!


The whole clan in the family room with the Christmas tree as our backdrop. Love it



When we were all home for Christmas my mom had my talented cousin Jenni come and do some family pictures for us. Me and Ethan were even able to have our own family portrait taken with our dog Zoey!

A Vegas Wedding

My husband, my mother-in-law Mona, and me about to go to dinner with all of Mona's extended family.


This picture was taken right before the wedding. If you look closely, you can see the faces of Courtney and Jackie between mine and Ethan's heads! Just like them trying to be the center of attention!!


This is Me, my sister-in-law Courtney, and her friend Jackie


The bride and groom had a creative idea for their sign in book. They had all these props on a table and a boy was waiting there with a polaroid camera. The guests were told to use the props and have their picture taken. Then they gave you the picture and we glued it in the book and signed the page! Mona on the far right looks the best!


Last weekend, one of Ethan's cousins got married in Las Vegas. It wasn't how most people would imagine a Vegas wedding though. It was NOT on the strip and the officiator was NOT an Elvis impersonator (although that would have been cool). The wedding actually took place at the Charleston Lodge way up in the mountains. In fact it was snowing there when we arrived. Needless to say, it was not what most of the guests imagined Las Vegas would be like. Being from Vegas, I tried to warn my husband and his family that this place was far away from the city and we would be surrounded by mountains in the cold. The hotel was a little bit eerie. They used dead stuffed bears and dears as decorations (if you know me at all you know i HATE that type of stuff) and the place was pretty dark. They had old fashion piano music playing and it kinda looked like a setting for a horror movie. But regardless we had some good times with my husband's family. Here are some pics