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Thursday, December 30, 2010

The Lenssens in 2010

We hope that you were able to remember Christ this Christmastime. Our family intentionally focused on the birth of our Savior and plan to continue that into 2011.

Happy New Year to you all!
(And-- a special treat! We just got proofs from our family photo shoot that was too late for this year's Christmas card. Enjoy!)

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Dwayne in 2010

Here's a look at what Dwayne enjoyed this year!

Sunday, December 26, 2010

Angela in 2010

And a snapshot (HA! no pun intended) into Angela's year...

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Sadie in 2010

And here's a glimpse into the life of Sadie this year!

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Allison in 2010

Here's a little view of our year with our sweet curly redhead! Love this girl!

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Grant in 2010

What a great year we had with this fabulous little guy! There's not a day that goes by without smiles induced by our sweet 5 year old!

Friday, December 10, 2010

Fall into Winter

We had a beautiful fall here on the Palouse-- vibrant colors and lots of dry leaves to play in! Gorgeous, warm and enjoyable.

And then, right at Thanksgiving, we dove directly into winter! We had several big snowstorms and low temps to last a few weeks. We had a good supply of sledding snow to keep the kids outside and active.

Even had some fun with cousin Lana!

So far, we couldn't ask for better fall and winter weather. Bring on some more!


Yes, we did get dressed up for Halloween this year.

The kids were creative with their ideas, and we did our best to create a look for them (even if one boy didn't end up wearing some items mom made... he really just wanted big muscles. :)

We have Jessie the cowgirl, Popeye the Sailor Man, and Matilda.

We celebrated at the Harvest Festival that Angela (a.k.a. the Pink Lady... no kids knew what a Pink Lady is! :) coordinated again this year at church. Crazy fun! This year there were over 500 people at the church for the event.

On to winter!

Thursday, December 09, 2010

A 5-Year-Old Birthday

At the end of October the youngest member of our family turned 5 years old!

Grant had a lot of ideas for parties and gifts (and can list more and more "for my next birthday"), but settled on a "Chinese Birthday" (dinner with family at a chinese restaurant) and a gathering with friends at McDonalds.

We can't believe he's already five years old. The time is flying by... just as parents before me would warn. It's amazing how fast days can go. Cherish them, people!