Halloween was pretty interesting this year. Brayden had been fighting a cold and the night before Halloween he was up all night coughing and crying, coughing and crying. It wasn't a normal Brayden cough either. It was like that of a fog horn (babies aren't supposed to sound like that). Chris and I decided that it was time for us to call the doctor. I was up with Brayden early Halloween morning and as I sat and rocked my coughing child as I watched the clock switch from one number to the next, number after number until the doctors office finally opened. They were able to get me in a few hours later. The doctor came in checked his eyes, ears, nose, and throat. He had a fever of 99.6. Then the doctor walked to the door told me he was at the end of his cold and there wasn't anything they could do for him. Hmmm... ok... So I took him home and we played for a few hours.
Chris got home and we hurried outside and let him crawl around and take pictures in his costume.
We didn't want to take him door to door because he had been sick and honestly I don't need anymore candy. We let him ring the doorbell at our house and offered him cheerios for his treat.Then Chris went to class and I opened the door for trick or treaters. One knock was never enough, it was usually 10 pounds, a door bell, followed by more pounding. This was my first year having trick or treaters since I moved out of my parents house and I'm not sure how I feel about it. Maybe when my kids can go out trick or treating it will be more fun. I guess I will have to wait and see.
Chris and I met in September 2007. We started Dating in April 2008. We had many amazing times together, which included going down to Ferron, Bear Lake, and Springville. We enjoyed watching movies, bowling, golfing and we just really enjoyed being together. Chris and I were married on November 1, 2008 in the Bountiful Temple. We have really enjoyed our first few months getting to know each other as husband and wife. We are looking forward to many more amazing years to come.