What a cute face
Our little family
My camo guys
good lookin kid
They will be good friends
Just before Dan left to head out to South Carolina we headed
up to the Red Hill to get some family pictures taken by my Mom for Dan to
have with him so he wouldn't forget what we looked like. Please
pardon the still pregnant look about me, I mean come
on it was only 10 days after Logan was born.
And for a quick update on Dan. He is having a great time at
Chaplain Basic Officer Leadership Course (CH-BOLC). He loves everything he is getting to do. So far he has: Been exposed to tear gas (the gas chamber was one of his favorite activities, which is odd since he suffered quite a bit), ropes course, rappelling, first aid/combat life saver, orienteering/map reading, night infiltration, and his newest favorite ( he has a lot of faves) the low crawl in sand under barbwire with live ammunition and grenade simulators going off. He was proud that out of 105 Chaplains in the course that he finished within the top 10. What a nut job my husband is. he seems normal, but you never can be too sure.
We have been lucky enough to be able to
talk to Dan every night by phone or skype with him. He has his
own one bedroom apartment there on base. Yes, that is unusual but
he is an officer so his basic is slightly different than basic
for enlisted men. Unfortunately, all the really exciting stuff
is over and he now gets to spend many long days in a classroom
being taught how to help the soldiers he will be counseling.
As for me and the boys we are loving the St George sun!
Drake gets to go outside and play, I get to sit in a chair and
watch, and Logan gets to chill in his swing. We are looking forward
to getting to go visit Angie and Nate for a couple of weeks, the
end of March and into April. in Hawaii. It is going to be so
much fun!! Drake gets to have his second birthday on the
beach!! And then a few days after we get back Dan comes
So I would say right now life is pretty good.