Friday, February 25, 2011


Hey, how are you? I know, I's been a long time. Let's just get that out of the way shall we.

Wow have things been happening on the Moore front. I have found that with Facebook the need to update this blog isn't that necessary anymore, however I can't bring myself to delete it. So instead I am going to try and update as much as I can, even if it ends up just being redundant. But I guess there are some things in life that you can't fit into a status update box, so this will be the place for that.

Jude is amazing. I really couldn't have asked for a better kid. He is so sweet, smart and full of imagination. He is also already half my height, how did that happen. I guess I should also mention that I am 5'7", and Jude isn't 3 yet. He is a giant. We have been trying to learn numbers, colors and shapes to get ready for school. Until recently I wasn't going to put him into preschool since it is just so expensive and I was determined that I can teach Jude anything he needs to know to get to Kindergarten. But with not knowing what he needs to know and finding out about state funded preschools I am going to be enrolling him into Jespersens once he is 3. One thing that we are struggling with is drawing. I just can't get him into it. We will sit down to color and he just makes a few squiggle marks and then walks away....he's just not into it. But being able to draw lines is a requirement to pass Kindergarten, which I know is a ways away and he still has to actually go to preschool..I just want to him to do the best he can possibly do.

As for Jesse and I. We are great. Jesse is working at his third screenprinting shop and works 10-12 hours a day :/ I stay at home with Jude and work on photography stuff. We lead a pretty boring life, but we like it and we get a lot of family time. We have been going to church at Harvest in Avila Beach for almost 2 years now and it's great. I LOVE small churches and close nit fellowship. I have learned more in the past two years about the bible and God than I have my whole life. We have been through a lot of ups and downs and I wouldn't give up my struggles for anything. There is something so freeing about knowing your life is not in your control. Some of you might think that it is crazy for me to say that, but it's true. Us Moore's roll with the punches, and we always turn out ok.