Monday, February 18, 2008

Hali's First Lake Trip!

Getting her lifejacket on!
Our first family picture at the lake!
Just chillin on the boat!

Today Hali made her first trip to Quail lake! Travis's dad is selling their old boat so we needed to make sure it was running good. So Travis and I thought we'd take this opportunity to give Hali her first boat ride! Travis also wanted to get her use to her new 'Hyperlite' lifejacket she got for Christmas! Overall, she didn't mind it. We were only on the lake for maybe ten minutes. The lifejacket didn't really bother her it was more the sun in her eyes she didn't really like so much. It makes Travis and I excited for the summer when we can actually put her in the water!

9 comments:

Lisha said...

She's so cute in her life jacket! I am curious if anyone actually got in the water of felt it for that matter?! I bet it was freezing!

Chris & Jennie said...

I love that you already went to the lake and that Hali has a life jacket! That's too cute. I don't think we'll see a lake in Logan for quite a while until all the snow melts!

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Anonymous said...

She is going to be a ski queen! I can already tell, the life jacket looks like its a perfect fit. he he. All these firsts are so exciting!

Staci said...

How fun to be out on the lake Im so ready for spring/summer I def miss st. george for that reason.

Cami and James said...

Linds! these are so cute and I love that she has a "Hyperlite" lifejacket that is aweseome! she is so darling and i hope you guys are doing great! you guys will have a great summer!

Weston & Jennie said...

Hey linds. tell Travis that she looks like a pro. Hey also, tell trav he looks great. Has he lost a lot of weight?

Mary Beck said...

I love how her head just barely pokes out of the lifejacket! Gee.. she was a born waterskiier it looks like!

Nicole and Evan said...

I love the cute little life jacket. Your pictures make me want it to be summer so bad. I can not wait for it to be warm enough to go to the lake