Tuesday, October 28, 2008




October 2008
Snohomish, Washington
Emma & Taylor at the Farm

9 comments:

Carmen said...

They are so adorable. Love their lil Jackets!

Anonymous said...

What beautiful little girls! Our prayers are with you.

Elspeth said...

Wishing you the best in your separation journey! I hope everything goes smoothly.

Tamarah Bartmess said...

Mandy - I am praying for you and that the right information will be giving in a timely manner so that things can go smoothly and work out with the surgery! Take Care!
-Tamarah Weiss

Celestial Freak said...

I just found this blog today. I'll follow it now to pray for these girls and their family.

The pictures at the farm are so sweet. I love how happy they look!

Theresa Twigg said...

Hi my name is Theresa and I just got to watch the show on Discovery Health. I thought your girls (Emma and Taylor) are the cutest little things. I have also gone through many medical problems through my years and I think that they way you and your husband handle the girls is simply the greatest. I love how you never give up and are patient and don't try to push the girls to far. I would love to keep in touch with your family and see how the girls grow into Beatiful young ladies. If you have a minute to drop me an email that would be great my email is: daddysgirl2023@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

This is my first time to your blog, and I have enjoyed looking through all the girls' pictures and reading about them. So cute! I was just wondering (if it's okay to ask), what kind of carseat do they use, or how do they ride in the car?

Elspeth said...

Hoping things continue to go well with your family.

Best wishes!

Taylor family said...

Mandy, it's Erika, Liisa Lopez's siter. Your girls are so cute. I wanted to tell you that my best friend Jenny and her brother's family are in the ward that you go to when you are in Washington. Their names are Jenny and Jake Jacobsen and Brian and Ashley Trost. Good luck with everything, we will continue praying for everything to work out the way that it is ment to and you will be comforted and blessed along the way.