Monday, November 23, 2009

Chad Does Cougar Town

Chad finally got a chance to drop the line that he's been practicing for weeks, "Go Cougarrrs!" Mark and Chad met up with some of Mark's siblings to catch the BYU v. Air Force game down in Provo. The weather was a little chilly, but Chad was bundled up from head to toe including his cougar paw tattoo. The action was superb as the Cougars took care of business, but the highlight was when Chad, from 120 rows away, spotted the Air Force mascot and shouted, "Duck!" How can you blame him, that big blue bird didn't look any more like a Falcon than it did any other species of flying vertebrates (Mark can't wait to tell his brother Nate, USAF pilot, that Chad was dissing the Air Force mascot.) "Rah-rah-rah-rah-rah, Go Cougars!"

Two smiling dudes amid the masses of 64,000 Cougar faithful.

Aunt Jen and Chad from the top of the world.

"I see you."

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Chad Rides Trains

Mark offered to "take Chad off of Mary's hands" on Friday afternoon by taking him up to Rice-Eccles stadium for a high school football playoff game (yeah right, we all know his real motive.) Anyway, to satisfy Chad's love of "choo-choo trains," Mark decided to take him up to the game on TRAX. Chad had a blast riding public transport as he continually shouted "train go fast!"

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Alli is here!

Alli Laurel Johnson was born on Oct. 29th at 7:43 pm,
weighing in at 7lbs 13 oz and was 20.5 inches long. She has
lots of light brown hair and is as cute as can be.

Proud Mommy and Daddy

Chad was excited to see his baby sister. Unfortunately
he and Mark have been sick ever since we brought
Alli home, so they've had to keep their distance
(as seen above.)

Good thing Maka was here to help.

Sweet baby