Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Monday, January 27, 2014
Guys (assuming anyone is even still looking at this blog!)...I am at terms with the fact that I suck at blogging and that this little blog probably won't see much action anymore. At least not for now. I just can't keep up. Some people can and I think it's amazing, but I just know I'm not one of them. If anyone's interested, I'm a little better at keeping up on instagram if you want to see what our family is up to. (I'm @elisefraz)
So with that, I still post stuff every once in a while (not good at it either :) on my photo blog and this week I finally got around to posting Halloween. I love it too much to leave it by the wayside. Go check it out!
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Here are the rest of them, well, with the ones you've already seen mixed in. Thanks again Sig! You worked some magic :)
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Friday, December 21, 2012
All pictures by my amazing friend Sigrid
I'll show you all the rest later!
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Monday, November 19, 2012
You know I love Halloween, so we filled this year with a lot of Halloween goodness.
Earlier in the week, we met up with all the Wilding cousins. So fun to see everyone in their cute costumes!
We started Halloween out right with the most important meal of the day. Had to make it Halloween-y too.
Then I got to go to Max's kindergarten class to help with the Halloween party
Around 4 was the ward trunk-or-treat
Then at dinner we got Halloween-y again. I remember my mom doing this when I was a kid and loving it. You order from a menu, not knowing what food you will get or what you will be eating it with. I had them order 7 different things for each course. We had a blast!
And naturally, the photog in me has to leave you with some more costume pictures. Sorry to make this post even longer! We went pretty simple with the costumes this year. Max has wanted to be Robin Hood since last year and has never changed his mind. Lucky for me, my friend Jamie had made a Zelda costume for her son a couple years ago and it worked perfectly. We just had to make the hat, the bow and arrows and the quiver. Thanks Jamie, you saved me a load of time! Max really wanted Shane to be Little John, and I'm sad that we didn't make it happen (I mean come on, I would love to see that man in some tights! :) Max still loved being Robin Hood, even without his trusty sidekick.
I have always wanted Jayne to be Dorothy. I hoped she would be on board. Well, turns out if you give the girl some red sparkly shoes, she's in :) Even though it's not that unique a costume (because I always see a ton of them on Halloween), I think it is a classic and always cute. Shane's bro actually sent us the dress as a hand-me-down and it was a perfect fit. I was ecstatic. Plus it forced me to FINALLY learn how to french braid. I know, it's sad i just learned. I still suck at it, but we'll get there. I debated whether to make Lucy the witch or Toto, but I loved the idea of them strolling together down the yellow brick road to the Emerald City together this way. Too bad everyone thought Lucy was a cat...oh well :) As soon as I knew what they were going to be, I knew this bird refuge by our house would be the perfect backdrop...complete with a yellow brick road and an Emerald City (with a little help from photoshop of course :)
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