Isaiah had his first t-ball game last night! It was super fun! They all looked soooo cute in their uniforms! Enjoy some video and a photo below!

Isaiah's 1st at bat - he looks soooo cute!

2nd at bat - YES that is Levi screaming in the background for no reason!

3rd at bat - you can hear me and Jolea cheering in the background, so cute!!!

GREAT GAME for the Dodgers vs. Rangers and cheering at the end! "GO DODGERS!"

So handsome!!!!!


We had a great weekend with a visit from Brian's parents! It was super fun! They boys love having them here and always have lots of fun with them. Here are a few cute pictures that I took of them this weekend!

The boys eating dinner on Thursday night before Isaiah's 1st t-ball practice. Notice Isaiah has on his Yankees shirt - although his team is the Dodgers, he wore his Yankees shirt to the first practice - and looked SOOOOOO cute with his little baseball pants on. His first game is Thursday so I will be sure to post pictures of that!!

Isaiah and Levi posing with Laddie! Levi LOVES dogs and was constantly saying "PUPPY" and running after Laddie!

And last but not least - we went to a Montgomery Biscuits (AA baseball) game on Saturday night. It was so fun, we had great seats and enjoyed the fireworks after the game. It was super fun. The only problem was that as soon as they shot off the last firework, it started raining SOOOO hard. And we had to walk back to our car in the pouring down rain. We were all soaked to the bones when we got to the car, it was miserable. Levi laughed and thought it was funny!! HAHA! Enjoy a few pictures from the game!


You know how when you are on the computer or doing something else, and your house is all of a sudden very quiet, and you know none of your children are asleep??? That can only mean one thing, someone is doing something they should not be doing!
Well, just a few moments ago, this is where I found Levi - STANDING on my bathroom counter, and playing with my toothbrush! I should have grabbed him down ASAP, but instead I ran in the kitchen and grabbed the camera, took his picture and then grabbed him down and gave him a stern, NO NO! Whatever, he didn't care, he just ran off!!
Then not 2 mintues later, he ran right into the extra bathroom, crawled up on the bathroom counter and got Isaiah's toothbrush, and then strolled right back into the living room with Isaiah's toothbrush! When I went to take his picture, he gave me this "I KNOW I AM DOING SOMETHING I SHOULD NOT BE DOING, BUT DON'T I LOOK CUTE GRIN!" How could I resist, so I snapped another few pictures!
Do you think he is trying to tell us that he wants to brush his teeth more??? So funny! He looks adorable and everyone notice his new shorter hair! What a cutie he is!!!!!
NOTE TO SELF: keep all bathroom doors closed at all times!!!!


We have been busy meeting some of our "backyard neighbors" as Isaiah calls them. We have bunnies ALL the time. We even got some bunny food for them and they seem to like it. A week or so ago when we had lots of rain, we found a BIG turtle up next to our sidewalk in the back, I didn't get his picture though. Isaiah named him TOOT and has been asking when Toot will come back to visit us again. He was quite concerned that he was a snapping turtle but after Brian picked him up we realized he wasn't. We also have frogs as well. We found a baby frog in our house the other night, yikes! Now I am fine with them being outside but inside is another story. And our human neighbors next door have a little frog habitat thing that they have 5 or 6 frogs in, Levi saw it the other day and went CRAZY over it, it was so funny! We are going to have to try and catch some frogs too! Needless to say our backyard is a little boys dream! Just as long as we don't see any "no shoulders" I will be fine!!!! (AKA snakes) Enjoy the pictures of the bunnies I took this morning, there was 2 outside when we got up!


Happy Mother's Day to all the moms reading this (of course a few days late)! Enjoy a picture of the boys taken close to Mother's Day! They are cute as ever!!!

And a photo of my sister and I on Mother's Day - we framed this and gave it to my Mother for Mother's Day!

FUN SWIMMING (4.27.09)

So, I got this little blow up swimming pool at Walmart and who knew it would be such a hit! The boys love it. Isaiah has been in it multiple times and Levi too. They love it. And because it is so hot here, it's perfect for them outside. Here are a few pictures of the boys in the pool!! Enjoy!

Isaiah and Levi enjoying the pool!


Well, we made it to Alabama and are trying to settle in. Now that I have more free time and internet at my ready access, I am hoping to be more efficient with our blog page. But I realize that I promise that every time I write and usually never live up to it. So, it is my goal to post more!

For now, things are going well. We are trying to get unpacked which is a process. I want things to be done but I am so sick of doing it that I have just stopped, hopefully this weekend I can pick it back up again. Brian is on Day 3 at his new job and things seem to be moving along. He seems very overwhelmed with meeting new people and such that he is just spent when he gets home. I know all of that will chance the more comfortable he gets there and with everyone around him.

Things are settling in with me being at home with both boys. They are both so use to having someone entertain them constantly that it is an adjustment for all of us to figure out how this is going to work. But, I know we will make it. I went and joined the YMCA this morning and was able to work out some. They have a child watch program in the morning for a little while so I can drop the kids off and they can play while I get some alone time and exercise. I think that will be good for us. And in a few more weeks they will open the pool there so that will be fun for all of us too. I am sure we will spend lots of time there this summer.

Alrighty, enough for now. Hope everyone is doing well. I will post a few pictures of the boys in the last few days. Enjoy! And if anyone wants to help unpack - come on, we are here!
Isaiah and Levi going for a neighborhood ride on the gator.

Isaiah and Levi eating dinner! Levi obviously needs another hair cut!

THANKS (3.13.09)

Thanks Ashley for the new header - it's super cute!!!! She is a wiz with Photoshop! It's great!!

And Levi is feeling much better today! Thank goodness. He seems to surely be on the mend.

We are busy this weekend with the Big South Women's Basketball tournament. HPU is hosting the tourney so Brian is busy with it all day today with 4 games, 2 games tomorrow and the championship game on Sunday!! Almost done!

Alrighty, it's cold here - hope everyone has a great weekend!!!!!


Unlike my previous post that all happened before now, this is actually happening today! Levi is very sick! Poor buddy! He had a fever on Monday and has continued it and finally this morning I took him to the doctor. He has an ear infection, sinus yucky stuff and some sort of fever virus. One of those alone would be bad but all 3 - poor buddy! He is asleep right now and has been since about noon, I hope he will be feeling some better when he wakes up!!!
And I thought the above picture was soooo cute but he is not looking so happy and beautiful today!


Isaiah had his 5 year check up yesterday! Everything went great. He loves our doctor and so all was well while we were there. He played "2 games" - one called the hearing test and one called the eye test! He thought they were fun and didn't catch on or even care if they were actually to check to make sure his hearing and sight was fine. He did get 3 shots which was bad - of course but he got over it quickly. He officially weighed in at 42.25 lbs and was 43 inches tall. Very normal for both for his age. And his got his paperwork to go to Kindergarten too!!!!!!

SNOW DAY (3.11.09)

YEAH – it’s a snow day! We had a snow day on March 2, 2009. So fun, the kids loved it. We have a big time playing in the snow and we even tried some sledding on a street close to our house but we are BAMA folks and don’t own sleds so we had to resort to TV trays which didn’t work out so well. Anyway, enjoy the pictures!!!

Daddy and Levi building our snowman!

Isaiah posing next to the snowman!

Me pushing Levi on a TV tray (because do you actually think that we would own a sled)!

Levi thought it was fun and then his hands starting getting cold!!

Isaiah was just glad for a snow day to stay home and not go to school!!


Isaiah’s 5th birthday was a week long event or shall I say a few weeks long! First, we went to Atlanta to visit with my family the weekend before his birthday to celebrate. We also enjoyed a fun day at the Atlanta Aquarium as well. Well, I take that back, some of us enjoyed a fun time – after we stood in line for over an hour with our pre-paid tickets and then got in and it was insanely crowded and kids are having meltdowns all over! Isaiah got to see the Beluga Whales which are his favorite and he even got a stuffed one in the gift shop, already known as Belugie! CUTE!

Then actually on the say of his birthday we had a party at his school and he loved it. Then he went home with Nona & Popa to our house for awhile. We had dinner at Carter Brothers – yummy! And then went to the men’s basketball game. Our marketing people were so nice to make a slide for the video board that said Happy Birthday Isaiah – see below and say Happy Birthday over the PA. He was so excited and felt sooooo special about that! Oh – almost forgot – we also gave him his favorite present of all – a giant slinky! Actually just a regular size slinky but he thought it was giant, he was so happy! Oh and Isaiah and Levi wore their matching YoGabbaGabba shirts - Isaiah picked them out especially for his birthday!

Then on Saturday with Nona and Popa we went to Chuck E. Cheese – better known as the germ capital of the world. Apparently everyone else in NC was had the same idea as us and went as well. It was so crowded and Brian almost got in a fight with this old lady who tried to push him out of the way at the door. Weird I know, usually I am the one starting fights with strangers but it was all Brian this time! So, that ends our fabulous birthday celebration!

Oh and the best part was that we finally broke down and bought a Wii! We have honestly played it everyday since then we got it and Isaiah loves it!

NEW LAYOUT! (3.10.09)

New spring layout coming soon - check out the new background - very springy right! I promise to be posting lots of new pictures tonight and tomorrow!!! PROMISE!


And here is my version - I think I actually did 30. ENJOY!

1 – My favorite color is green. I like all things green. I would choose a green anything over any other color every time. And my favorite candy is GREEN apple jolly ranchers. I always eat the green candy first, even if it isn’t flavored like M&M’s – weird, I know.

2 – I love Alabama. That is where my heart is always. No matter where I live, I will always want to be back in Alabama – it’s just where I feel most comfortable.

3 – I am the world’s worst speller. I am so bad and I would kiss the person who came up with that red squiggly line in Microsoft that underlines your misspelled words, it is so fabulous. AND, I hate when people send me emails that have words misspelled when I know it is coming from their Microsoft Outlook – don’t you see the RED UNDERLINED WORD, its misspelled dummy! You right click and choose the correct spelling, it’s super easy!

4 – I HATE shoes! I know, not the normal thing a girl would say but I do. If I could live in a land with no shoes I would be happy. I tolerate flip-flops but I would prefer my feet be free most of the time. I take my shoes off whenever possible. I don’t own a lot of shoes because why would I spend money on things I don’t like. I am not the girl on vacation that brings a suitcase of clothes and a suitcase of shoes. I am the one that brings 2 pairs of flip-flops and makes it work for every occasion no matter what the weather is.

5 – Relating to #4, I will always choose comfort over fashion. I like plain clothes; I am not really into that. Maybe because I live with 3 boys or maybe because that’s just who I am. I envy people who always look super cute all the time because I know that will never be me. I just don’t have the mental energy to spend on all of that, I wish I did but I just don’t.

6 – I love my husband. I don’t know if many other people get him like I do but I wish they did. He is very funny and so caring and the best dang father anyone has ever seen. Marrying him was one of the best decisions I have ever made and I mostly don’t regret it – hahaha, just kidding on the mostly!

7 – I love fruit, all kinds of fruit. I would literally eat it until I got sick and then go eat more. It’s my favorite food group – although I don’t think fruit is a food group. You get the point.

8 – I like to use ! (exclamation point)’s A LOT! I mean A LOT! I don’t know why, they are just more fun than a plain ole’ period. See what I mean!!!

9 – I am what you call a middle of the day person. I don’t like to stay up late at all and I don’t like to get up early in the morning. I am at my best in the middle of the day!

10 – I really love to sew! I love to see a piece of fabric become something. I dream of having more time to sew and people to sew for. I am however, not a perfectionist so I could never sew for money because I don’t have to have things perfect.

11 – I am a dog person (I say this as I sit here listening to Lucy, our dog, SNORE)! Ironically, I use to be terrified of dogs, or at least big dogs that is. But I am over that mostly now.

12 – I do not like scary movies or anything scary for that matter. I see these crazy movie previews on TV about scary stuff and I literally think in my head – what kind of person actually enjoys that and can sleep? It’s a mystery to me. I can’t watch Law and Order anymore because it is always about somebody being killed or some little kid being taken and it stresses me out and gives me nightmares so I avoid it!

13 – I love beauty pageants! Ironic after reading #4 and #5 I know but I do. I like to see the pretty dresses. I must confess that I have been in a few pageants myself before – ok, I think maybe I ought to have kept that to myself.

14 – I love my parents a lot! I am very close to them. I talk to my mother daily. My parents give in so many ways to my sister and me unconditionally all the time. And they are the best grandparents anyone could ever ask for. I am convinced that my children and my niece would choose my parents over me or my sister (or husbands) at most points! I think that is very sweet!!!

15 – Speaking of my niece, the sweet little JOLEA, she is half named after me. My sister’s middle name is JO and my middle name is LEA – now say it together JOLEA! And it irritates me when people don’t pronounce it correctly, which happens all the time!

16 – My oldest son Isaiah is quite possibly the smartest person I know. He can see a movie once and quote EVERY line from it. And he never forgets anything. He is hysterical all the time and I am proud to be his momma!

17 – I love watching movies (not scary ones though)! I love getting sucked into the story line. Usually after I watch a good movie I feel like I am right there in the story with them. Same with a good book, it makes me sad when it is over because I feel like the characters are my friends.

18 – Speaking of friends, I have the BEST, hands down Best Girlfriends on the planet. I have no doubt that if I have a crisis they would be by my side through it all. I also have no doubt that these girls will be sitting in the pews when my children get married, host a baby shower for my daughter in law for my first grandchild and be there when God forbid I have to bury my parents. They will be my friends for life. I live for our moments together, our beach trips, our lake trips or just a simple phone call or email. If you are one of those people to me, you know it; I don’t have to name names!

19 – My youngest son, Levi has the best smile and laugh. He is so happy (most of the time) and he loves to hug and kiss. He is such a good baby and I am sometimes shocked at how different he is from his older brother. And (I say this with a smile on my face) I am his favorite. All the time, well, most all of the time!

20 – I don’t like to cook. I don’t mind having cereal for dinner, it doesn’t phase me. I like going out to eat because someone else is cooking. It just doesn’t interest me. What can I say? Thank goodness I married a man who does or I would starve!

21 – I like to take baths at night. It is relaxing. I wish I had a huge bathtub to fill up with bubble and soak every night. That would be dreamy!

22 – I don’t drink a lot of soda but when I do, I like Orange soda – like Sunkist. It’s good! And Wal-Mart’s store brand – Orangette is super yummy and cheap!!! (Microsoft Word is telling me that Orangette is misspelled but I know it isn’t!)

23 – I am a Christian. I don’t read my Bible as often as I should and I surely don’t pray without ceasing but I strive to be better, a better Christian, a better example to others, a better follower of Christ. God is teaching me something always. Right now it is patience and I guess I am hard headed because He just keeps on teaching it!!!!!!!!

24 – I believe that life begins at conception. So therefore, I don’t believe that abortion is ever appropriate, ever, regardless of the situation. It is not our right to choice when life begins and ends. I have burned in my memory my first ultrasound of Isaiah when I was 5 weeks pregnant and the nurse pointed to the dot on the screen and said “that’s your baby” and that “baby” lives in my house. You can’t tell me that it would have been ok for me to abort him up to 7 weeks after that point. I will never believe it. Just my opinion!

25 – I really like sports. Although I am very uncompetitive in most aspects of my life, I really enjoy watching sports. Good thing since my husband is in college athletics. I mostly enjoy college athletics, not much at all into professional sports. I love the thrill of a last second shot on the court or the field goal at the end to win the game. There is nothing like it!

And a few more just for fun (thanks Joanne!)………..

26 – I grew up in a house (the actual structure) that my Daddy built with his bare hands. And my parents now live in another house that my Daddy built as well. He is a fix-it type, obviously!

27 – When I was six months old, I had spinal meningitis and was hospitalized for awhile with it. I have a 50% hearing loss in my right ear because of it.

28 – I am embarrassed to admit this but I still sleep with a stuffed animal. It’s a black puppy dog and her name is Anna. When Brian and I got married we had a black lab named Ali (she has since died) and we LOVED her. So I think a year or so later I tried to convince Brian we needed another puppy, a friend for Ali. So instead of getting me another dog which we didn’t need, he got me a stuffed animal. Isaiah has tried to steal Anna from me several times but I won’t let him. HEHE!!!!

29 – I have a tattoo on my stomach. It’s a butterfly. It has weathered the storm of 2 pregnancies and stretch marks but it still looks quite nice. I love it; I don’t regret getting it at all! Most people don’t know this about me and are sometimes shocked to know it. I think that is strange!

30 - AND LAST - my mother and mother-in-law have a facebook page! I think that is sort of funny!!! HEHE!


So there is this new craze on facebook and everyone is posting their 25 Random Thoughts or 25 Things about me and they are really interesting. Brian and I both gave in the the craze and decided to do it and it was more fun than I thought. And since some of you are not on facebook or maybe didn't read it - I am going to post it here for you all to see:

25 Random Things - Brian's version!

1. I’m a communication professional, but I do a very poor job of communicating with my family and friends. I can go weeks without talking to my parents or siblings, not because I want to but just because I don’t call them for some reason.
2. My boys (Isaiah and Levi) are not only the greatest gifts from God but also probably the best thing that I have ever given to society as a whole
3. I met my wife (Lindsey) on my first day of work at the University of Alabama. She was a student worker in my office and I was (and still am) 10 years older than her.
4. I am jealous of my wife and her group of best friends. Not only do they take a summer trip together every year, they also truly support and love one another like a group of sisters. I wish I had just one or two really close friends that I could be totally real with all the time and not feel I was being judged
5. I know there is a God… No way can a person witness the birth of a child and believe that all that is this world just happened and began from some pre-time mud puddle and a “bang”
6. I am thankful and blessed to be a follower of Jesus Christ… It doesn’t make me perfect, in fact most times I do the things I know I’m not supposed to or don’t want to, but it does mean that God loves me and continues to try and recreate me in His image
7. I went on a mission trip to Kenya about 5 years ago and was forever changed. I learned more about myself in those two weeks than at any point in my life. I learned lessons about being thankful and content. I also am forever connected to that country and would go back every year if I could afford it. I know that I will return one day and I am definitely taking my family with me.
8. I knew that I wanted to work in Sports Information (my current job) after the first day I volunteered at Mississippi State. I have never regretted following my career path but I do realize that I have missed out on many things chasing this dream.
9. I am a proud member of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity and have many fond memories from my days with my Sig-Ep brothers from college. I wish I would have done a better job staying in contact with them all.
10. I think my 9th grade year may be the greatest single year in my life. I feel like the stars were aligned for me that year and I was pretty successful in almost everything I did.
11. In my second career, I would like to maybe be a chef. I love cooking and trying things in the kitchen. It is probably a good thing since my wife is a self-professed non-cooker. My best dish is beef (or meat as Isaiah calls them) Tacos made with my own special sauce.
12. My secret ingredient for nearly every recipe is brown sugar (I also like to balance the sweetness with a touch of Cayenne pepper)
13. I love playing golf and everything about the sport. I wish I could play more and maybe someday I will. I believe that if I had a chance to play regularly that I would get myself down to a single-digit handicap.
14. Upon my graduation from college, I had the choice of two career paths – College Athletics or Youth Ministry – I often wonder what would have happened if I had picked Youth Ministry. Sometimes I feel like I let God down by not going that direction.
15. My wife is my best friend. We are very different on some things but to borrow a cheesy line from Jerry MacGuire… She really does complete me!! Plus, without her I would only be able to make boys instead of unbelievably adorable boys (she makes them cute)
16. My oldest son Isaiah is what some might call a spitting-image of me. It really is like I just spit him out of my mouth. He walks, acts, talks, pretty much everything like me. I hope that I can help him learn from my mistakes and be a better person than me
17. Divorce sucks… While I feel that my parents handled it the best they could, I still feel that I have some hurts and scars that keep me guarded even today
18. I use to make fun of my bonus dad (aka: stepfather) because he ran cross country as a teenager. Now, I love running. It is the only way I can keep weight off. On days I don’t run, I feel like a sloth. I have run one ½ marathon and several 5 and 10K races. I want to run a marathon in the near future.
19. My musical tastes are very diverse… I enjoy listening to U2, Garth Brooks, Kirk Franklin, Third Day, Ol’ School Rap like Run DMC and Beastie Boys and Public Enemy, Classical music and many others. Music lyrics are something that have the ability to move me to tears (as does Extreme Home Makeovers… every friggin’ time)
20. I love reality TV. I especially enjoy watching the group dynamics on those shows and try to figure out where I would fit in if I was on the show
21. I think it would be cool for MTV to have a “Real World, 40s” and let 7 strangers from age 40-45 live in house together to see what happens when people stop living and start being real.
22. I love Facebook because of how it has allowed me to reconnect with so many folks from my teen, college and past work lifes
23. I was born in New Jersey and lived their until I was 10, spent a year in Pennsylvania, then moved to Nashville (where my mom and bonus dad still live), went to college and lived in Starkville (Miss.) for 7 years, lived/worked in Murray (Ky) for 3 years, lived/worked in Tuscaloosa (Ala.) for 8 years and now have lived/worked in High Point (N.C) for four years… I would love to return to Starkville to raise my boys
24. Favorite Things: Smiles of my boys, laughter of my wife and kids, hearing my wife sing – especially praise & worship music, hearing my boys say “Daddy” when I come home from work or a trip, reading a John Grisham book, sleeping in my own bed, Bible Verse: Jeremiah 29:11
25. I hope that at sometime in my life I had a positive impact or was a positive influence for someone.


So I guess everyone that actually reads this blog page thinks that The Morgans must have fallen off the earth because I haven't posted in so long. Well, we are alive and kicking - just really busy. I am going to try and post several things today so you will have lots of reading to do! Thanks for being patient with me!!

SICKNESS (2.1.09)

Ok, so it’s been a long week in the Morgan household. Brian went out of town on Tuesday for a day trip. Levi woke up about 9:30 that evening (right in the midst of me watching The Biggest Loser – ugh) and started throwing up. He got sick LOTS and I washed every sheet I had for his bed and he threw up on me a couple of times. It was not good! SO NOT GOOD! Brian ended up staying home with him on Wednesday and besides from some diaherra he seemed better. Everyone went back to work and school on Thursday and that was good. Then Friday morning about 3 am Brian woke up and was sick. He was then sick all day on Friday and by that evening he was starting to feel better. Of course they called us from Levi’s school about 2pm on Friday and said we needed to come and get him because he was having some diaherra and they thought he was still sick. OK – this makes no sense to me, he was there all day Thursday and 6 hours on Friday, I am pretty sure if he is still sick he has infected everyone there, why call 3 hours before we are coming to get him. I guess they don’t like changing his diaper. Anyway, Brian was feeling better and Levi seemed fine so that was good. Brian was suppose to leave on Saturday around 1 pm for a 3 day trip so I was glad he was better. Well……then about 4 am on Saturday morning I woke up sick. GREAT!!! So, Brian is totally panicing about me being there by myself with the boys and sick. But, what other choice do we have. That’s the price you pay for living 9 hours from your family, no one to help when you need it. Anyway, so I stayed in bed all morning yesterday while Brian tending to the boys and he feed them lunch and put Levi down for a nap. All I had to do was muster up enough strength to take care of them in the afternoon after naptime and feed them dinner and get them to bed. Surely I could do that! Well, after Levi woke up – that is when my fever was at it’s worst and I came close to passing out several times and almost threw up when I had to change Levi’s diaper. Oh my – so anyway, I survived, I don’t know how but I did. This morning seems to be better. Just a little tired but other than that, no more sickness! It was bad and poor Brian was totally stressed the whole time after he left. So, that’s our week recap. This next week at work is one of the worst weeks for me because we have our family weekend next weekend. Luckily my mom and dad are coming to take care of the boys on Friday so that will be good! Alrighty, hope everyone else avoids the “sick in the mouth” as Isaiah calls it! Later!


Ok, so I have these photos to post and most of them have some commentary to go with them so bare with me. Let me set the scene........on Sunday the boys wore their matching sweaters to church and looked OH SO cute in them, so when we got home, I thought I would take a few pictures. No problem right. Pictures of the boys, pictures of Brian with the boys, pictures of me with the it possible to get a picture of all 4 of us, maybe with the self-timer on the camera. So we attempted that....then I think, is it possible to get a picture of all 4 of us PLUS Lucy the dog - Brian laughs at me but I think we should try. See below and don't laugh too hard!
The boys together - SOOOO CUTE! Except for Levi looks like he is on drugs - but still very cute!
Brian and the boys - they are so handsome and Levi was even smiling a little. And Brian is holding both of them at the same time - ouch on the back!
Me and the boys - not holding both, Isaiah is standing on a TV tray and Levi looks very scared but still cute!

Group family photo - sort of cute. All smiles except for Levi. I was just glad he was looking at the red flashing light and didn't look away. We put the camera on the banister and set the timer, it was quite funny but it worked so hey! Looks like someone was standing there asking us to pose for a picture, no one would ever know.
Here comes the funny ones!!!!!!!
Me and Isaiah looking normal and smiling, Levi looks scared and Brian is trying his hardest to control Lucy but she can't stop kissing him. Brian doesn't seem to mind though - still a happy family!
Levi - looking very scared!
Brian - looks mad that the camera didn't give us more time
Isaiah - starting to cry because Lucy tried to "get him"
Lucy - looking like she is possibly being choked to death
AND Me - laughing so hard I can't even think straight!
OH MY!!!!! Enjoy!!

CUTE PHOTOS (1.27.09)

Here are a few cute photos of the boys that I couldn't resist posting!
Isaiah smiling!
And my favorite - Levi climbing up the stairs - where he isn't suppose to be - and then being caught and laughing at me - hahaha! He is a daredevil for sure!

GO PANTHERS!! (1.18.09)

As promisied here is a picture of the boys sporting their new HPU Panthers shirts. They look sooooo cute! They had to wear a long sleeve shirt underneath it because it is sooo cold here. They are so cute and Levi is so funny, when I got the camera out he just stands really still, I think he likes having his picture made.
Does anyone notice the LARGE bruise on his forehead?? Well, let me tell you what happened. We were coming in the house from the basketball game and I put Levi down right outside the door so I could get my keys out and open the door. He tripped forward and hit his head on the door, screaming.....lots of screaming! I unlocked the door super fast so that our neighbors didn't call the police from all the screaming! I thought he hit his eye so I was checking out his eye and didn't even notice - not sure how - the place on his forehead. Then Isaiah said, MOM - look at Levi's head. OH MY GOSH - I freaked out! It looks really bad. Thankfully this morning the goose egg look is gone, just really bruised and has a little cut in the middle. See more pictures below. After it happened, I kept him up for awhile to make sure he wasn't acting weird. Poor little guy! There goes my mom of the year award AGAIN! Only 18 days into the new year and I have already lost it! SAD TIMES!


I have been meaning to post this for a week or so now and just keep forgetting. I am always using that as an excuse aren't I?? Oh well! My friend April sent it to me and some other ladies and I thought it was very sweet. If you have ever had a really great girlfriend or group of friends, then this will touch your heart! I did cry the first time I watched it, sitting at work at my desk hoping no one would ask me why I was crying....haha! Anyway, if you want to watch go ahead. I realize this isn't a usual post about one of the kids but for whatever reason I thought someone out there might like it! It's called Transcending Women.

I am so thankful to have fabulous friends in my life!!!!!!!

HAPPY NEW YEAR (1.16.09)

Ok, so Happy New Year about 2 weeks too late! Sorry folks! Life is busy as you all know. We are rocking along here. Not much new to report. The boys are still enjoying all of their Christmas presents and we are looking forward to Isaiah's 5th birthday next month - that seems hard to believe!

Brian is busy at work with men's basketball stuff and traveling and such. We have been going to lots of games of course and I just broke down today, finally, and bought the boys HPU Panthers t-shirts to wear to the games - the few that are left. So, I will be sure to post a picture of them wearing their matching shirts!

Until then, enjoy a few recent pictures (actually the first photos of 2009 Morgan Family, or at least that is how it is saved on my computer) of the boys being silly around the house! Love you all and I won't promise to post more because I always break it. I will get to it when I can! How's that! Photos below!

Levi being "tough guy" - and apparently trying to sing or something!

Isaiah and COWBOY Levi - he loves this hat!!!!!

Another cowboy Levi photo!

And last but not least - the boys wearing their YO GABBA GABBA hats and gloves - compliments of Aunt Ashley and Uncle Jimmy for Christmas!!!

HAPPY 40TH BIRTHDAY BRIAN!!! (12.28.2008)

We celebrated Brian's 40th Birthday on December 28th. Well, actually we celebrated on the 29th because he was gone to Minnesota on a basketball trip on the 28th. He came home on the 29th and we gave him his presents and I took him out to dinner. He thought the dinner was going to be just me and him at Cypress Inn for a yummy dinner but one of his best friends from college Marc Sims and his wife Christi came to meet us. Brian was so thrilled, we had not seem them in years and it was great to catch up. We laughing and talking the whole time, we closed the place down and it was so fun!! I think Brian really loved it. 40 years is pretty significant so I tried to make it super special for him and I think he liked it all. Enjoy a few pictures from our "party"!!!

Brian with the boys on his birthday!
He and Isaiah blowing out the candles!
His cake - cute candles huh!!!

CHRISTMAS 2008 (12.25.2008)

So, we made a trek to Alabama for Christmas and had loads of fun! I am way behind on my blogging so I am basically just going to post some pictures because I can't think of what to type about our trips since it was weeks ago and I am just now getting to this. BUSY BUSY!

Ok, well some of the highlights were: going to a Bama Basketball game (and seeing Joni Crenshaw), seeing John and Maggie (and kids), having dinner with The Coggins' and The Minor Family at Jason's Deli, having lunch with KB, hanging out one evening with Pat, Stacia, Morgan and Evan Roberts - YEAH SO FUNNNN!!! What else? oh christmas was good too, and Levi got his hair cut and the boys got lots of great toys and I got to see my family!! And we celebrated Brian's 40th birthday (see another post about that) and eating at Taco Casa - soooooo yummy!!! I am sure I am forgetting some stuff but I hit some of the highlights. Ok, enjoy a few pictures below!

Santa goods on Christmas morning!

The kids with Ganny and Pops on Christmas Eve.

Isaiah, Levi and Jolea on Christmas Eve in their matching BROBEE PJ's!!
Isaiah and Levi - don't they look sooooo cute!

Isaiah riding his new bike that Ganny and Pops got for him!

The kiddos had so much fun with my parents! We did have a sad moments, when Jack - my parents dog of 15 plus years - died on the 23rd. It was very sad times and his companion Jill is doing ok but from what my mom says is howling alot and must miss Jack alot! SAD!!

Oh and I almost forgot about my girl's night with April, Jessica and Joanne. We went to Jessica's lakehouse for one evening and it was soooooo much fun! You ladies are my bestest friends and I enjoyed every moment with ya'll. And Brian and the boys (and Lucy, the dog) staying back in Birmingham with Alan (April's husband) and their 3 kids. Apparently the braved the zoo and the park with 2 dad's and 5 children ages 6 and under! WOW - we were impressed, just goes to show what good daddy's they are! Anyway, us girls sure enjoyed our time away!

Alrighty, I promise to TRY and be better about my blogging - it's get hard at times but I will try my hardest to do a better job!!! Love to you all!