Thursday, October 30, 2008


I guess that many are thinking that the emails they get with our posts are just emails. However; if you click on the highlighted kdwinegarfamily at the bottom of the email, it will take you to our actual blog. Or just go to

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

So Many Friends...

We have been so lucky to have made such great friends in Phoenix. It was great to have our husbands study hard to be doctors, while us wives formed great friendships. The Muranakas, Austin, Tiffany, and Mylee were in DC this weekend and stopped by on Sunday for dinner. It was wonderful to see them. Little Mylee is so cute and full of spunk. She was even tough around Joey! Thats huge!
*Joey's thumb sucking? It's a battle I choose not to fight right now :)*

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Oh Joey...

I had to share these pictures too. Some medication that I was taking was messing with my blood pressure so Kevin was checking it and Joey loves to put on the sethescope and listen to heartbeats. Maybe its genetic! But he was so cute with it on we had to take a picture of it.
We also had a visit from our friends, the Petersons, on Conference weekend. I cheated and went to feed the ducks with them in between sessions. Audrey and Joey played so well. I was happy he had a playmate for the weekend.

Here we go...

Well, someone just called with a wrong number at 2:45 a.m. and that woke up baby Emma in my belly and now I can't sleep. So I decided to come downstairs and start our blog! I hope it will be fun for you to read.

My mother is here right now helping me since Kevin is working all weekend. It's great to have her so close and she is so selfless to be there for me during these times. The missionaries were over on Thursday night giving a discussion to an investigator and we were in the middle of prayer when she walked in. Joey was playing with his blocks on the floor and he looked up to see his Grandma. He ran to her and gave her a big hug and said "Grandma!" That made her so happy because she always fears that he doesn't know her enough, but he does! It was really cute. He is such an architect. He is really into his blocks and big size legos and he does such a great job at building things. When he does build something he always says, "Cheese, Mami." Its his way of telling me to record his great accomplishments. Oh, the joy of motherhood.