Sunday, November 22, 2015


Fall in the Stultz household has been crazy, but we are making it work. My mom came to visit in the middle of October and we had a busy few days while she was here, we went to the pumpkin patch, showed her our new home, and went to the Chinese lantern festival that was being held in Spokane. We all had a great weekend!
Riding a dinosaur at the lantern festival
Sisterly Love


Me and the girls

Grammie and the girls

Pumpkin Patch

The girls and Nate waiting for our friend Jordan's wedding

Matching Halloween Jammies =)


Avery also turned 18 months in the middle of October and she is NOT a fan of the doctors. As soon as I put her on the table she cries (the entire time). She is on her little curve for height 30 1/2 inches (25%) but dropped on her curve for her weight 19 lbs. 11 oz. (1%) so the doctor wants to go back in December for a weight check. In the mean time we have been forcing her to eat and giving her a lot of high calorie foods, hopefully that helps. The doctor estimates that she will be about 5'1" or 5'2", always going to be our little peanut. She loves her mom and is definitely a mamas girl. She is talking more and more (hi, bye, baby, owie, uh-oh, dad, orry (sorry), tink you (thank you), me (mine), I want), nac (snack). She loves to flirt and waves and says hi to everyone when we are out running errands. She enjoys singing with her sister and taking her sister's things and running away, oh sisterly love.

My dad came over for a week at the end of October to start our remodel on our kitchen so for a month we had a nonfunctional kitchen. Currently we are functional (as of Friday) and are just waiting on putting the rest of the hardware on the cabinets, framing in the window, putting in the hood vent and the backsplash. We can't wait!

Our Cabinets arrived

Hello Fairview Rd

Bye Bye N. Milton St.