Monday, January 04, 2010

{Happy 2010}

We spent New Years Eve with my sister and family. The guys hit the UW basketball game, so the rest of us got the party started with some guitar hero!


Addy rockin' it to Jon Bon Jovi!




The guys brought back Cheesecake Factory...delish! Then it was Happy New Year with the kids around 10pm...hoping they would all be exhausted enough to head to bed.

Cousin, Brynn...she is so cute and girly!



Cheers!



Addy & Paige stayed up until 2am...Crazy girls didn't want to miss the party! Carson asked to go to bed about midnight...my only good sleeper. We were all tucked in back home by 3am. Thanks Reese and Chris for hosting! We had a great time...even if we did miss the official New Year by 1 or 2 minutes! Love you guys! And to all a fabulous 2010! Bring on the new decade!


3 comments:

Dan and Anne 6:55 AM  

I am jealous.... I could eat up that cheesecake factory any day! Good job Trev! It looks like you guys had a blast!

Tyler 12:31 PM  

How fun! Looks like you had a blast!

Darin and Melinda 9:16 PM  

You guys are always having so much fun!!!

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