Thursday, November 27, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving :)

I hope everyone had a great thanksgiving! I ate way too much today!!! lol

and YAHOO for the win over the d. Lions!!!! The Titans Whooped them 44 - 10...

pics will follow, got 2 screaming

Wednesday, November 26, 2008



Early Bird Specials from 7-11am Central Standard Time on Friday November 28th @

Babylegs: $6 for all $12 pairs, Marzipan Style is $7.50, Supersofts and Organic Cotton are $10.

All Clothing and Shoes will be 25% off.

Books will be 25% off.Toys will be 25% off.

Most Thirsties Products will be 10% off.

Happy Heiny Packages will be $215 normally $245, Single Diapers will be $15 normally $18.95.

In addition, we are running the more you spend the more you save.

Plus you may find a few surprises. Stay Tuned for a big announcement on a very popular brand of diapers, tomorrow.

After 11am until November 30th:

Babylegs will be $8 a pair, Marzipan will be $11, Supersofts and Organics will be $16.

All Clothing and Shoes will be 10% off.

Books will be 15% off.Toys will be 15% off.

Most Thirsties Products will be 5% off.

Happy Heiny Packages will be $230 normally $245, Single Diapers will be $17 normally $18.95.


Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Yummy Cereal!

For the past week we have been giving Reagan Rice Cereal *Per Dr.s Orders* and she is somewhat getting used to it. Its hilarious cause she will keep it in her mouth till i go get another spoonful then spit it out... lol

The Beginning of the Meal

Durring :)




Monday, November 24, 2008

My Poor Titans =(

The Tennessee Titans lost there FIRST game of the season Yesterday : (

I have no idea how they lost by 21 points, to the NY Jets... Ugh...

we are now 10-1


Thats okay cause we are playing the Lions on Thanksgiving, and the Lions are 0-11.
I kinda feel sorry for the team... NOT!!!!!!!

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Happy 4 Months Reagan!!!

My Sweet Baby Girl,

I cant believe how fast time is flying by. I cant believe you are 4 months old today. You have grown so much, well not weight wise ;)

It seems like just yesterday you were sleeping in your bassinet for the first time at home. Our first night home with you was pretty stressful. Whenever you would wake up and cry, your brother would also wake up and want to play. So Mommy and Daddy got no sleep.

You have learned so many things within these few months, and continue to learn everyday. Your smile melts my heart and i love hearing you laugh all the time, that is the sweetest sound.

You are my Princess and will always be daddys little girl. Your brother will love you with all his heart. He may like to pull you around right now but that is his way of showing his love to you! hehehe

Birth : 6lbs 11oz Peanut

Now : 11lbs 23.5 inches


Mommy, Daddy and Big Brother DJ Love You!!!

Friday, November 21, 2008

Ear Infections & Tubes...

Well im pretty sure dj is going to get tubes in his ears. We had a check up appt for his ear infection today and now both ears are infected. 2 weeks ago it was only his left ear. he has been on two antibiotics and is now going to start his 3rd, just for this ear infection.

also the ped thinks its his ears that are making it harder for him to talk. she said that he could not be hearing all of the sound. He says some words: mama, dada, ball, sissy, deer, and a few others but they are really hard to understand.

he might have to do a few speech therapy appts.

If he still has the infection by his next check up on 12/18 then the tubes are a must...

anyone familiar with this field?!? im completly lost in this subject. Im gonna start Googling...

Thursday, November 20, 2008

So Big... Oh So Big...

I cant believe how big the kiddos are getting! Its crazy to think how small they were at birth and to see how much they have grown is amazing!

DJ is getting into EVERYTHiNG! This morning he was climbing on the couch and then JUMPiNG OFF?!?! I have mini heart attacks everytime he does this... He now loves to try and pick reagan up, he will also try and pull her around bu her pants... i get to her before he gets her off her boppy.


DJ is now INFATUATED with Spiderman! He is showing me his cool Slippers!


Reagan loves to try and STAND... she wll be 4 months old in 2 days. She still wont roll over though. Im not to worried about that. She laughs all the time! I love it! She is slowly getting used to the cereal, in due time :)


Her eye lashes are SOOOOO Long!!!!


This used to be DJ's when he was little and we put reagan in it for the first time the other day. DJ thought it was so cool cause he was "Pushing Reagan" all around my dads house!


I Love You Babies!!!

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Daves Gonna Be On T.V.

Dave and I were watching the News on Sunday and they had a Segment about Unique Holiday Side Dishes. Well dave emailed them about his family recipe of "Kugele" its a Lithuanian dish. On Monday we got a message from one of the producers saying that she would like to talk with dave about his dish. He finally was able to call her and they want him to come into the studio on Saturday and be on the show for the unique side dish segment!!!! How Cool Is THAT!!!!

He has to be at the studio at 8:30 am and will be on the air at 9:00am Sharp! He needs to bring a COMPLETED Dish, also they want him to bring in 1/2 way done steps as to how you make it.

Dave is so excited and cant wait to make his family proud with this recipe! He is doing a few test runs tonight and tomorrow, that way it will be perfect for saturday!

9am on Good Day Sacramento!!!!!

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Happy 17 Months DJ!!!

Dear My Sweet Baby Boy,

Today you are 17 months old! It seems like just yesterday we were in the hospital holding you.

17 months ago we almost lost you, But now look at you!

I fell in love with you before you were in my arms, but once you were in my arms that love grew so much stronger, and grows stronger each and every day. When we first brought you home we were so overwelmed with emotions, i dont think i slept that whole week. You were my lil chunky man! I was and still am so proud to be called Your Mommy. You have grown up to be such a handsome lil man!

You have grown so much and you are learning new things each and everyday. You have taught me so much and what it means to be called Mommy.

Mommy Daddy and Sissy Love You So Very Much!

My Sweet Baby Boy!
8lbs 1oz and 21.5 inches long



My Sweet Lil Man!
25lbs and 34 inches tall!



My Crazy Eights ;)

Alright here we go!

(Copied from Lauren)

8 TV Shows That I Love To Watch
1. The Hills
2. RW/RR Challenges
3. CSI
4. Titans Games!!! 10 & 0 BABY!
5. DCC
6. Cops
7. Ellen
8. Secret Life Of The American Teenager

8 Favorite Fast/Sit Restaurants
1. Red Lobster
2. Bubba Gumps
3. Macaroni Grill
4. Olive Garden
5. Carvers
6. In & Out
7. Sonic
8. Mels

8 Things That Happened Yesterday
1. Dave started his new job!
2. I got a check in the mail!
3. Both kids were good!
4. Cleaned
5. Blogged :)
6. Played with the kids
7. Hung out with Shannon
8. Made Cookies

8 Things I Am Looking Forward To
1. DisneyLand 1/9/09
2. Christmas
3. Birthdays
4. Our 2nd Wedding 5/12/12
5. All the milestones the kids are reaching!
6. New Years
7. Thanksgiving
8. My Future!

8 Things On My Wish List
1. Win The Lottery! *i can wish*
2. A New Coach Bag
3. New Uggs
4. A House
6. A New Car
7. A New Wedding Ring
8. Happiness

Monday, November 17, 2008

Baby Cereal... Already?!

Since reagan isnt gaining much and is still hovering the 11lb mark they want her to have rice cereal 2x a day. She is down in the 15th percentile for weight. At this age dj was well over 15lbs.. lol

She did pretty good with it, but she was more interested in her brother fussing because sissy was in his high chair.. lol

i guess its time to get reagan a high chair!

when i get pics, i will post!

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Were Going To DisneyLand :)

Yup!!! We are going to DisneyLand!!!! 1/9/09 - 1/11/09

We are leaving on Jan 9th and flying down to go play at disneyland :) Im super excited, I havent been there in 17 years. So much has changed since going there when i was 7. The have all new things :) I cant wait till dj gets there and sees Mickey Mouse and Donald and all the other characters In Real Life!

We are going to do the Disney Character Breakfast's which i think dj will LOVE on Saturday and Sunday!!! And we also got the Park Hopper Passes for the 3 days we will be there. And the coolest thing of all is that the kids get to RIDE IN DISNEY'S ELECTRICAL PARADE!!!!! How cool is that! Never in my wildest dreams would i ever think i would be able to have this kind of trip!!! (Thanks Mark!)

We are going to be staying at the Grand Californian Hotel which is overlooking Downtown Disneyland. It also has a Private Entrance to the park! Oh did i mention we get a nanny too! That way dave and i can have a little time to ourselfs, maybe go to dinner!

The kids are going to have so much fun, and I cant wait!!!

53 days till we leave!!!!!!

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

The Fish Hatchery :)

Today we took the kids to the fish hatchery! dj had so much fun throwing the fish food in the water and watching all the fish splash. He kept running everywhere cause there was just so much to see!!!

Throwing the food in!

Watching the fish go crazy!

Trying to go swimming with the fishies....

Running to get a bird :)

My Montages For The Kids :)

Here are my montages for the kids :)

i cried when i watched them cause they are growing up so darn fast!!!

Here is DJ's

And Here is Reagans :)

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Hope Candle Light Vigil... in memory.

Please pray for Rachel and her husband Ryan.

They lost there little girl Carly on March 9, 2008 after 3 months of fighting. here is her blog.

And on November 7th, Rachel's little Hannah has passed away. She was 32 weeks pregnant with her, Hannah was born sleeping at 9:05am weighing in at 2lbs 15 ozs. She was beautiful with a head full of black hair. Rachel is having serious complications the c-section and is very unwell.

So please go by her blog and say a prayer for her, or maybe light a candle in there memory.


thank you.

Friday, November 7, 2008

Dear Yes on 8 Supporters...

A friend of mine wrote this and i thought i should share with everyone.

Dear Yes on 8 supporter,

Hey there. I'm going to go out on a limb here that most of you are feeling pretty proud of yourselves right now, patting each other on the back for your near victory of 3%. It must feel good to win huh? God knows I would be proud too if I woke up to find that my vote had such an impact on thousands upon thousands of people. I must say, I'd be pretty elated over the defeat of the US's strides for separation of church and state, the victory over the very things our fore fathers fought and died for –the things our country was founded on, Yes, I have to say, I'd be pretty enthralled with myself for the devastation of an enormous group of people, but I'm not.

I'm not because I voted no to legal discrimination; no to the idea that a religiously founded belief and opinion should have any say in the legal constitution which rules over other people who may not have the same beliefs. I voted no because I felt there was a greater need for human equality and compassion than the whims of an organized religion that practices intolerance and promotes the sub-human treatment of a group of people. I voted no because I could not bring myself to believe in the hypocrisy of a love that would deny people fundamental rights supposedly granted to everyone.

But I suppose that doesn't matter to you, does it? I bet it never did.

Well I hope you're happy with yourselves now. I hope you can look into the mirror and say how happy you are to emotionally devastate hundreds of thousands of people and their loved ones. I hope you can look in the mirror and say how proud you are to treat another group of people with substandard subhuman notions for reasons they cannot change. And I HOPE you can look at yourself and feel just FINE with the fact that your vote has such emotionally scarring ramifications that people (your neighbors, your coworkers, you family members and possibly friends) might kill themselves because of it. That they would rather take their own life then live in a world YOU chose for them.

I hope you can think about that and smile without flinching.

Take pride in being a bigot, because you are. Disagree? The definition of a bigot is a person who is utterly intolerant of any differing creed, belief, or opinion. Utterly intolerant, as in, so intolerant that you cannot stand to allow a marriage between two people who you don't deem acceptable for your definition of marriage. Can't argue that, can you?

And maybe you don't understand the weight of what you've done because you were taught to believe that being different is NOT ok. Or maybe because you never had to fight for the same rights as your neighbor, your fellow US citizen.. your fellow human being.

But that's no excuse.

What you have done was hurtful and inexcusable. It was a choice based on unjust fear and selfishness. Fear of what you don't understand and cannot relate to. Selfishness of worrying over what this means for you, what this might do to YOU or your soul instead of what this means for your fellow man and woman.

And don't pretend this was for the children because 300 pediatricians told you otherwise. Because of your vote, children who are already being raised by gay parents now have their chance for an economically stable environment ruined. Children who had the chance to be adopted by gay married parents, who OBIVOUSLY wanted them more than their heterosexual birth parents, will now suffer as well.

And as for YOUR children…gay marriage was never going to be taught in schools and you knew it. The California super attendant for schools and the Teachers Associations told you so. This was never about church rights, everyone told you otherwise. In fact, just about every large newspaper, major company head, California leader and our current US President told you it was WRONG and you voted for it anyway.

This was never about anyone but you and your fear.

Fear so strong that you would be willing to deny people the right to be above subhuman just to keep yourself "safe". I have never seen a bigger hypocritical unprecedented discriminatory injustice short of the Rwanda genocide and the Hate crime killings in my time.

And don't try and console me with domestic partnership because it is NOT the same a marriage. You only have 30 rights in a domestic partnership vs the 177 in marriage. Would YOU want to give up your other 147 rights because another religion said they didn't agree with your marriage? Would YOU want a domestic partnership instead of a marriage if you knew that the domestic partnership could be dissolved if you ever decided to live under a different roof as your partner for whatever reason (work related or not)?

Would you want to have to wait 7 years in some cases before you're even granted these simple 30 rights?

I'm going to take a stab at this and say you wouldn't. So if you wouldn't revoke your marriage for a domestic partnership (or take a domestic partnership instead of a marriage) then why would you demand that of anyone else? You should never ask someone to do something you, yourself, are not willing to do.

That's equality. Justice, liberty and freedom for ALL.

How dare you spit in the face of that because of something you feel is a sin.

You want to know what REAL sin is? REAL sin is taking away someone's free agency – their right to choose.

If you take away someone's right to choose to keep or not keep their posessions (theft) that's a sin. If you take away someone's choice to fornicate with you or not (rape) that's a sin.

If you take away someone's right to choose life or death (murder) that's a sin.And if you take away someone's right to marry for no other good reason than you're afraid, that's a sin.

If the churches don't want to sanctify the marriages, that's their religious freedom. If GOD doesn't want to sanctify the marriages, then he/she won't. But it's NOT your RIGHT to take away MY rights as a human being because you don't agree with my life style which ISN'T hurting anyone else.

I have every right to marry who I love within reasonable standards. I have every right be as legally and financially safe as anyone else. I have the right to every one of those marriage privileges as anyone else and it's being taken away from me. Not because I committed a crime. Not because I gave up my own free agency.

But because of my sexuality, because of something so fundamentally apart of myself that I cannot change it no matter what you say or do. No amount of therapy will change that.

This is human cruelty. This is what the bible was really preaching against.

And I love my spouse just as much as the next man does, or should, and I'm proud to call her my wife. I want to tell everyone I'm happily married and I fought hard to be with her. I want the right to say I'm married, to go to the hospital and check the married section instead of having to check the single. To check married on my taxes instead of having to file single. To not HAVE to explain to my employer or anyone else how I can be married but still have to legally claim single.

I want my future children to be safe if something should happen to either of us. I wan my possessions, my property, my belongings to be passed on to my spouse, my wife. Yes, I even want my insurance to carry.

And when the time comes for it, I want to be laid down next to the one I loved when I am buried.

How could that possibly hurt you?

Mrs. Raven Winter

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Our 2nd walk down the isle..

If you havent been to my new blog... go check it out!!

dave and i are renewing our vows on our 5 year reunion!!!

tell me what you think about what i have so far!!!



Dj has learned MANY things...

So for the past month or two dj has been learning how to climb on the couch and run around on it (sectional), climb onto the chair and "play" on the computer, and just recently he has brought the step stool over to a light switch and climbs up and turns the light off and on, off and on, off and on... get the point?!?! So if you havent noticed we have a "CLIMBER" or as i call him "MY MONKEY"

I caught him doing this this morning!



and here is reagan this morning... such a happy little girl!!!









This is what happens....


he pulls a chair up to the washer and watches it get washed... I think it is too cute. Whenever he sees me put it in the washer he has t watch it. I always try to sneak it in but he catches me sometimes. lol

Here he is waiting for his Lovie to get clean!




Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Can I Vote On YOUR Marriage, Too?

It would be something, wouldn't it, if we could vote on everyone's marriage, right? I mean, could you imagine if you and your intended decide that you want to get married, and then someone says to you, wait, we need to vote on this. We're not sure if you're quite what we think the standard of marriage should be. Or even better, you're already married, and there are people who say, wait, hold up. You might be married NOW, legally, but you know what? I don't think I quite approve of that. So much so, we're now going to do everything we can do to make your marriage null and void. Because I don't approve.

Pretend, for a minute, that we live in a world where this is possible. Oh wait, we already do. But bear with me... Where your right to the privlege of marriage is totally in the hands of people who not only think that your entire way of life is wrong, but also a sin according to their belief system. How rude, right? What gives these people the right to infringe on yours? How is your marriage going to effect these people? Threaten their way of life? Infringe on their rights? How does your wanting to marry the person you choose make their marriage any less valid?

Think about this, really think about it. Right now, does your marriage in any way impact anyone else's rights, beliefs, family? Does it somehow make anyone else's marriage any less valid? If so, how? If not, then how do you explain why there is an entire group of people who are denied that same privilege that another group takes for granted? Why is that anyone's business?

If we are going to deny the same basic right to the privilege of marriage because of something like sexual orientation, then we should take that privilege away from everyone. The same standards for everyone. If we are truly going to take marriage from one group of AMERICANS, then we should take it off the table for everyone. This isn't about sin. It isn't about religion. This isn't about who is right, and who is wrong. This is about our civil rights, all of ours, no matter what color, creed, heritage, religion, sexual orientation, or political position we adhere to.

If Prop 8 passes, this is the stepping stone, the opening of the governments equivalent of Pandora's Box, into our lives. What rights will be put to the vote next? What standard will be tested, what lengths will we have to go to, to do something that we take for granted right now? Where will this lead? Because I believe that the passing of Prop 8 will only be used as a spring board for later infringements into our basic civil rights. Maybe color me a little paranoid, but if you think about it, it's really not that far off the mark.

Think about it. Prop 8 passes today, what right will we then have to fight for tomorrow?

Prop 8 is not going to go away if it passes. The fight will carry on. If it were you, and your marriage and family on the line, would you do no less?

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Here are MY views!!!

Well we all know that yesterday was one of the biggest days in history. An african american was announced The President Of The United States. America has come so far.. On the other hand I hope that people just didnt vote for Obama just because we were going to make history. I hope it was for all of his policies and promises.

I personally, Voted for John McCain. I believe he could have been a great president along with Sarah Palin.

I voted for him because of the following:

1. Off Shore Drilling.
2. Social Policy.
3. Gun Control.
4. Abortion.
5. Sex Education & Birth Control.

I can go on and on about this but it will take me forever and this blog will be pages long :)

Now on to other items


I voted NO on Prop 8. I believe that a marriage is between two people in LOVE. I dont think it is fair that people/the gov't can/should tell you who you can and cannot marry. Proposition 8 eliminated fundamental rights for a group of Californians. It’s unfair and it’s wrong.

Here are some FACT VS. FICTION:

Fiction: Prop 8 doesn’t discriminate against gay people.

Fact: Prop 8 is simple: it eliminates the rights for same-sex couples to marry. Prop 8 would deny equal protections and write discrimination against one group of people—lesbian and gay people—into our state constitution.

Fiction: Teaching children about same-sex marriage will happen here unless we pass Prop 8.

Fact: Not one word in Prop 8 mentions education. And no child can be forced, against the will of their parents, to be taught anything about health and family issues at school. California law prohibits it.California’s top educators including Superintendent of Schools Jack O’Connell and California Teachers all agree: Prop 8 has nothing to do with education.

Fiction: Churches could lose their tax-exemption status.

Fact: The court decision regarding marriage specifically says “no religion will be required to change its religious policies or practices with regard to same-sex couples, and no religious officiant will be required to solemnize a marriage in contravention of his or her religious beliefs.”

Fiction: A Massachusetts case about a parent’s objection to the school curriculum will happen here.

Fact: California gives parents an absolute right to remove their kids and opt-out of teaching on health and family instruction they don’t agree with. The opponents know that California law already covers this and Prop 8 won’t affect it, so they bring up an irrelevant case in Massachusetts.

Fiction: Four Activist Judges in San Francisco…

Fact: Prop 8 is about eliminating a fundamental right. Judges didn’t grant the right, the constitution guarantees the right. Proponents of Prop 8 use an outdated and stale argument that judges aren’t supposed to protect rights and freedoms. Prop 8 is about whether Californians are willing to amend the constitution for the sole purpose of eliminating a fundamental right for one group of citizens.

Fiction: If Prop 8 isn’t passed, people can be sued over personal beliefs..

Fact: California’s laws already prohibit discrimination against anyone based on race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation. This has nothing to do with marriage.

Fiction: Pepperdine University supports the Yes on 8 campaign.

Fact: The University has publicly disassociated itself from Professor Richard Peterson of Pepperdine University, who is featured in the ad, and has asked to not be identified in the Yes on 8 advertisements.

Fiction: Unless Prop 8 passes, California parents won’t have the right to object to what their children are taught in school.

Fact: California law clearly gives parents and guardians broad authority to remove their children from any health instruction if it conflicts with their religious beliefs or moral convictions.

So there you have it. I still cant believe that just because they are NOT LIKE YOU or dont have YOUR SAME BELIEFS that you should descriminate.

Question for all of you...




Alameda Times Star – “No on 8”
Asian Week – “No on Prop 8”
Bakersfield Californian – “Vote NO on Prop 8”
Bohemian – “Proposition 8 eliminates rights”
California Aggie – “No on Prop 8”
Chico Enterprise Record – “Flawed measure should be rejected”
Chico News and Review – “How is marriage protected by intimidating gay and lesbian people?”
City on a Hill Press – “All Americans deserve freedom and fairness: NO on 8”
Contra Costa Times – “Reject Proposition 8”
Daily Californian – “No on Prop 8”
Daily Bruin – “Marriage should be available to everyone”
Daily Iowan – “California should Vote NO to marriage inequality”
Daily Nexus – “Don’t Hate: Vote No on 8”
Eureka Times-Standard – “Civil rights cannot and should not be decided at the ballot box: Vote NO on 8”
Fremont Argus – “No on 8”
Fresno Bee – “Constitution shouldn’t be used to restrict rights of same-sex couples”
Hayward Daily Review – “No on 8”
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin – “Apply marriage rules equally”
Jewish Journal – “Religious “No!” to Proposition 8”
La OpiniĆ³n – “Prop 8: An Unnecessary Proposal”
La Prensa San Diego – “We urge you to vote NO on Prop 8”
Long Beach Press-Telegram – “No on 8: The State has no business telling people who can get married”
Los Angeles City Watch – “Prop 8: Real people losing fundamental rights”
Los Angeles Daily News – “Reject Proposition 8. California is better than that.”
Los Angeles Downtown News – “Gays and lesbians deserve the right to marriage”
Los Angeles Times – “Reneging on a Right”
Marin Independent Journal – “Prop 8 eliminates the right of same sex couples to marry: Vote No”
Marysville Appeal Democrat – “It is only fair that we afford equal protection to all”
Merced Sun Star – “Vote No on Prop 8”
Milpitas Post – “This measure deserves a No vote”
Monterey Herald – “Same-sex marriages now are causing no problems”
New York Times – “Preserving California’s Constitution”
Napa Valley Register – “Vote No on Proposition 8”
Oakland Tribune – “Prop 8 would reduce basic human rights”
OC Register – “Revoking people’s right to marry has no place in California’s Constitution”
Palm Springs Desert Sun – “Reject the rejection of same-sex marriage”
Redding Record Searchlight – “Same sex vows cause no harm to our families”
Riverside Press Enterprise – “No on 8”
Sacramento Bee – “Californians should reject the call to exclude some people from marriage”
Sacramento News and Review – “We Strongly Oppose Prop 8”
San Diego City Beat – “The Prop 8 campaign is a big, rank pile of dung”
San Diego Union Tribune – “No on Prop 8”
San Francisco Bay Guardian – “Proposition 8, ban on same-sex marriage, NO NO NO”
San Francisco Business Journal – “Proposition 8’s defeat would be good for business”
San Francisco Chronicle – “Californians should reject proposition 8”
San Francisco Examiner – Why is Prop 8 even on the ballot?
San Gabriel Valley Tribune – “Vote No on Prop 8”
San Jose Mercury News – “Initiative against gay marriage must be defeated”
San Mateo County Times – “No on 8”
Santa Barbara Independent – “Prop 8 eliminates rights”
Santa Barbara News-Press – “No to Prop 8”
Santa Cruz Metro – “No on 8”
Santa Cruz Sentinel – “No on 8: Equal treatment under the law”
Santa Monica Mirror – “This is a No-Brainer: NO on Prop 8”
Santa Rosa Press Democrat – “Reneging on marriage rights makes second-class citizens”
Silicon Valley Metro – “No on 8”
Solano Tempest – “Prop. 8 discriminates unfairly”
Sonoma Index-Tribune – “Proposition 8 is movement in the wrong direction”
Stanford Daily – “Vote No on Prop 8”
Stockton Record – “We must not write discrimination into the California Constitution”
Torrance Daily Breeze – “The state is better off not redefining the moral issues related to marriage: No on 8”
Tracey Press – “We don’t like taking away civil rights, vote no on Proposition 8”
Tri Valley Herald – “No on 8”
Vacaville Reporter – “Protect equal rights: Vote NO on Prop 8”
Ventura County Star – “Proposition 8 denies rights, ‘No’ vote stands for fairness”
Victorville Daily Press – “It is only fair that it afford equal protection to all”
Visalia Times-Delta – “Prop 8 takes from rights of others”
Ukiah Daily Journal – “Prop 8 and its proponents are wrong”
Whittier Daily – “No on Prop 8” News

Faith Based Organizations

Affirming Spirits of the First Congregational United Church of Christ
All Saints Episcopal Church
Altadena Community Church United Church of Christ
Apple Seed Friends Meeting
Berkeley Fellowship Unitarian Universalists
Beth Chayim Chadashim (BCC)
Beth El Congregation
Bloom in the Desert Ministries UCC/Methodist
Board of Rabbis of Southern California
Board of Trustees, Unitarian Universalist Church of Ventura
California Church IMPACT
California-Nevada Chapter of the Methodist Federation for Social Action (MFSA)
Call to Action / USA
Catholic Democrats of California
California Faith for Equality
Christ Chapel Metropolitan Community Church
Church of the Foothills
Claremont United Methodist Church
Clergy and Laity for Economic Justice Santa Barbara
Clergy United, Inc.
College Community Congregational Church, UCC
Community Church of Atascadero, UCC
Conejo Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
Congregation Beth Am
Congregation Bet Haverim
Congregation Beth El
Congregation Church of Belmont UCC
Congregation Kol Ami
Council of Churches of Santa Clara County
The Ecumenical Catholic Church
Elk Grove United Methodist Church
The Episcopal Diocese of California
Fair Oaks United Methodist Church
First Congregational Church, Riverside
First Congregational United Church of Christ
First Presbyterian Church of Palo Alto
First Unitarian-Universalist Church of San Diego
Golden Gate Association of the Northern California Nevada Conference of the United Church of Christ
Hollywood Lutheran Church
Immanuel Presbyterian Church
Institute for Judaism and Sexual Orientation
Interfaith Clergy Coalition
Irvine United Congregational Church, UCC
Jewish Community Relations Council SF, the Peninsula, Marin, Sonoma, Alameda and Contra Costa Counties
Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles
LGBTQI Interfaith Clergy Council of Los Angeles
Lutherans Concerned – Los Angeles
Lutherans Concerned – North America
Metropolitan Community Church of the Coachella Valley
Metropolitan Community Church Los Angeles
Metropolitan Community Church of San Francisco
Metropolitan Community Church – Region 6
Metropolitan Community Church in the Valley
Ministry in Action Commission, St. Mark’s United Methodist Church
Mira Vista United Church of Christ
Mission Hills United Church of Christ
Mormons for Marriage
Mount Diablo Unitarian Universalist Church
Northern California Nevada Conference United Church of Christ
Orange Coast Unitarian Universalist Church
Pacific Association of Reform Rabbis
Pacific Central District of the Unitarian Universalist Association
Pacific School of Religion
Pacific Southwest District, Unitarian Universalist Association
Palomar Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
Pilgrim United Church of Christ of Carlsbad
Progressive Jewish Alliance
Redlands United Church of Christ
Region One Metropolitan Community Church
Sacramento Call to Action
Saint Aidan’s Episcopal Church
Saint Paul Lutheran Church
San Marino Congressional UCC
Sepulveda Unitarian Universalist Society
Social Justice Committee, Unitarian Society of Santa Barbara
Starr King School for the Ministry
Starr King Unitarian Universalist Church
St. Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church
St. John’s Presbyterian Church
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church
Stone Church of Willow Glen
Temple Adat Shalom
Temple Isaiah
The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies in Religion
The Episcopal Church of St. John the Evangelist
The Metropolitan Community Church of San Diego
The Southern California Nevada Conference of the United Church of Christ
The Workmen’s Circle – Arbeter Ring
Union for Reform Judaism – Pacific Southwest Council
Union for Reform Judaism – Pacific Central West Council
Unitarian Universalist Church in Anaheim
Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley
Unitarian Universalist Church of Davis
Unitarian Universalist Church of Fresno
Unitarian Universalist Church of Long Beach
Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto
Unitarian Universalist Church of Santa Monica
Unitarian Universalist Church of Studio City
Unitarian Universalist Church of Ventura
Unitarian Universalist Community of the Mountains
Unitarian Universalist Community Church – Sacramento
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Marin
Unitarian Universalist Congregation, Santa Rosa
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Los Gatos
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San Dieguito
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San Louis Obispo County, Board of Trustees
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Stanislaus County
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Tuolmne County
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia
Unitarian Universalist Laguna Beach – Board of Trustees
Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry Action Network
Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry, CA
Unitarian Universalist of Santa Clarita Valley
Unitarian Universalist Society of Sacramento
United Methodist Church of Davis
Valley Ministries MCC

Monday, November 3, 2008

Here it is in lamens terms...

The California Propositions for Tomorrows Election.

My Votes:

President/VP ~ McCain/Palin

1A ~ NO
2 ~ YES
3 ~ NO
4 ~ YES
5 ~ NO
6 ~ NO
7 ~ NO
8 ~ NO!!!!
10 ~ NO
11 ~ YES
12 ~ NO

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Happy Halloween!!!

I hope everyone had a great halloween!!! We took the kids to my dads neighborhood and trick or treated there!!! DJ scored on candy!!!

Hey Daddy... That's MY SISSY!!!

Both Kids :)

DJ My Little Vampire :)

Reagan My Little Queen Bumble Bee :)

DJ scored on candy!!!

Starting to empty his bag

DJ emptying out his bag!

DJ and Mommy...