Ever since I met Scott I have been told many times by he and his family that he was born during half time of the Super Bowl. It is like one of those stories your grandmother tells you every time she sees you thinking you have never heard it before. Well, this story is different because it is one I do love hearing over and over again. After knowing Scott for 8 years more or less I have decided that it is one of my favorite stories and that that was the best darn super bowl ever played because that was the day my husband and father of my children was born into this world. He is a leader, encourager, a romantic at times, thoughtful, caring, family man, Christian, supporter, builder, handy man, successful business man, smart, intelligent, creative, determined, energetic, protector,and of course so handsome. Who wouldn't want to celebrate this wonderful man and I am so lucky that I get to.
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Posted by Rogers Family at 6:37 AM
Tuesday, January 5, 2010
Today is my moms birthday and there are no words that really explain how wonderful she is not only as a mom, but in every area of her life. On Monday I told her I wanted to take her to lunch to celebrate while just having McKenzie. ( Ryan was at SS Noah.) Kenzie has a horrible cold and was ready for a nap, but I was determined to take my mom out and celebrate her. Once the food got there kenzie lasted about 2 more minutes and she suggested we get it to go and we finished the rest of the meal at home. It was a disaster but my mom didn't care. All she wanted was to do what was best for Kenzie. She is an amazing grandmother. My kids ADORE her and she drops anything ( except playing bridge days. Heee) to be with them. She runs around with Ryan helping him "fight the bad guys", hides old toys around her house just because the kids get so excited to find them, buys books she thinks they will learn from and toys she thinks they will enjoy and food that she knows will be their favorite. Ever since Ryan could sit on a bike she has pushed him up this hill in her back yard and holds on to him and the bike as she runs down the hill. Then again, she pushes him up the hill and runs down, pushes him up and runs down. This Christmas she pushed him up once again and he finally could go down the hill all buy himself without falling over. Then she turns around and plays music, sings, entertains and loves on Kenzie. She truly, truly enjoys being around them even when they are acting like crazy kids. She just smiles and looks at me as I am about to self destruct and says it is going to be ok.....they are going to turn out ok. Because to be honest there are times I truly wonder. :)
Posted by Rogers Family at 7:14 AM