Daily Archives: January 13, 2018

Dylan Unboxing

The day has arrived- for Christmas Uncle Peter got Dylan a series of Funko Pops and the box was delivered today. You might be wondering what is a Funko Pop- click here to find out– basically, Funko is a fun pop culture figurine store.  It is becoming quite the phenomenon and is headquartered up the road in Everett.

So we recorded Dylan opening it while he was facetiming with his best friend Joey. You can hear Joey’s voice in the background.

To watch his unboxing- click here and it will take you to Youtube where we have the video

Christmas in Sun Valley

It was fun to join together in Sun Valley with the Johnson and Mattson (Jinna and Matt) families for Christmas this year (2017 Christmas)

Peter from New York; Jeff, Andrea, Anneli and Martina from Seattle; Jinna and Matt from Kirkland; us- Alex, Alayne, Tia and Dylan. And of course hosting – Momo and Papa.

All set and ready for everyone Alex to arrive from Seattle

Kona even made the trip

Dylan opening his new fly box for fishing

Tia – such a beautiful smile

Momo is excited about her new “Ring” doorbell. Good work Papa

Not sure what to say about this box- ha ha

Momo opening her new painting commissioned by Alayne- this is a painting of Momo’s childhood home.

Says it all. Ha ha

Pretty sure that the dogs outnumber humans in this house – Jinna and Roxy

In Ketchum

Anneli’s last Christmas as a high schooler. She graduates from Nathan Hale in June.

Tia and Alayne

The family- minus Peter- behind the camera

Christmas 2017 so blessed to be have our families join together to celebrate Christ’s birth.

Tia and the Lady Falcons Basketball

Tia had a great basketball game today as she and the Lady Falcons came away with a victory. It was a hard fought game with their opponents playing some tough Defense.

Tia inbounding the ball

Tia is about to get the inbound pass and make a shot!

Tia and coach Alayne after a timeout

Wet day at Stevens Pass

Dylan and Alex went up to ski today at Stevens Pass for our Friday Ski day. Stevens had received over 19 inches of snow the last few days but overnight the freezing level rose and it became a wet day with some good ole fashioned Pacific Northwest Concrete aka wet snow or as they call it “mixed precipitation”

We still had fun and Dylan continues to progress as a great skier. Sorry too wet to get action shots.

Wet and cold but still fun.

Who doesn’t like a nice warm basket of fries to end a day.