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quincy's baptism day

quincy's baptism day


This weekend was one of those forever-memorable in the life of miss Quincy… who not only turned a spectacular 8 years old… but also was baptized into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.  She was SO excited… it was SO cute. It’s hard to believe that she is really old enough… and that we were there. It really happened! She is growing up so fast. She is really SO responsible, and helpful and smart. She is such a huge help with the little ones, and helps me in so many ways. She has been writing and singing songs, doodling all the time… always running, jumping… she has SO much energy (all the time). We love, and appreciate the little ball of light and energy she is. She was so awesome yesterday too… taking everything very seriously, and responsibly. I was so proud of her!  We had a little pool party afterward, and it was SO fun to have people over… swimming and eating. I think I forgot how much I love that.



My parents came to town for Quincy’s Baptism, and Eric’s mom and brother’s family were able to be there… and of course my sweet friends Jodi and Emily. Liz was even there because her nephew was being baptized as well. What a happy, good event. I am happy that my folks were able to come… they are busily getting ready for their mission in August…so I am thankful for anytime we have together.
Looking forward to a great week… when my parents leave, Katie (my little sister) and her 2 kids are coming. More fuN!…  


I have been writing my TO DO lists… it is the LAST WEEK OF SCHOOL here… YIKES!!
**need something for the kids’ teachers… playing with THIS
**working on the Creative Escape idea book
**putting together some new classes…getting excited about teaching again!
**arranging the final details for Edmonton!…can’t wait to see you all!
**playing more w/ my YUDU…creating a cool class.
**AND, perhaps the most exciting of all… I am counting down the days until I go to RANGER U!!! am I SOOOO LUCKY or what??

Lots going on… as always… happy it’s Monday!
Enjoy yours………

  • Kelly B

    18 May, 2009 at 1:10 am Reply

    What a beautiful and memorable day for you and your family.
    How right you are about children growing up so quickly. It is really scary and exciting at the same time and so wonderful to be part of their lives. Nothing compares to being a parent. 🙂
    What an amazing to do list you have. How exciting for you to be going to Ranger U.
    Enjoy your Monday.

  • ronee

    18 May, 2009 at 3:55 am Reply

    love that she made the choice to get baptized. my daughter is seven and she cannot wait till she turns eight! she says it is a crazy rule that she has to wait till she turns eight, she is ready right now! congrats that your family could be there!

  • Kathy F

    18 May, 2009 at 7:56 am Reply

    Congrats, Miss Q! 🙂 Heidi, your mom and you look a lot alike…wow! 🙂 I was chuckling when I read about how much energy Q has! 🙂 She takes after you with that! 🙂

  • Stefani Meyer

    18 May, 2009 at 8:21 am Reply

    Very beautiful! So sweet. Time goes so fast.
    And Hey! I somehow missed the announcement (was there one?) about your parents mission. Where are they going?

  • Jackie, Pearland, TX

    18 May, 2009 at 9:19 am Reply

    Congrats on Baptism and beautiful family! What a joyous weekend.

  • Danielle

    18 May, 2009 at 10:29 am Reply

    Congrats to Quincy! The family photos are gorgeous!

  • Janet Hopkins

    18 May, 2009 at 1:26 pm Reply

    Everyone looks so beautiful, you got some great shots.
    Congrats Quincy Lou!

  • Jean

    18 May, 2009 at 1:48 pm Reply

    Congrats on a memorable day! Beautiful photos of a beautiful family!

  • Cari

    18 May, 2009 at 3:22 pm Reply

    Can’t wait to see what you are doing with that new kit on HO3. Would love some teacher ideas!!!

  • kat-in-texas

    18 May, 2009 at 4:35 pm Reply

    What a celebration of life!!! Way to go Quincy Q!!! Sweet family, Heidi.
    p.s. I like the font you used for Eric an Heidi Swapp Family…..what is it? Thanks!

  • Jeanelle

    18 May, 2009 at 5:00 pm Reply

    Holy Cow! You and your mother look so much a like! And…this question from a catholic…what’s with the jumpsuits?

  • Talia

    18 May, 2009 at 5:52 pm Reply

    Congratulations, Quincy!
    She looks so beautiful and grown up. What a lucky girl to have had so much family with her on her baptism day!

  • Danee Kaplan

    18 May, 2009 at 10:33 pm Reply

    I am so inspired by your artistic eye and the products that you continue to put out for us to enjoy. I started rubber stamping in the early 1990’s when I had to buy paper by-the-pound and had only a few stamps to choose from, black ink, and black, silver or gold embossing powders that had to be melted over the stove or a candle. I had quit stamping because I couldn’t get excited about a single stamped image in the middle of a boring single-color paper and the waste caused by scorching or actually starting a fire while trying to melt the powders. Then I found Stampin’ Up. My friend was a demonstrator and I went to a party because I loved her but I had no intention of getting involved in stamping (this was 1999)again. Well I was hooked and became an avid stamper. I was not at all interested in scrapbooking. I hated Creative Memories with their white space and bad stickers (not to mention all of the guilt to get the books made for each child before their first birthday. But I have always loved paper and one day I found a book about using fabric on scrapbook pages and I fell in love with the whole idea. I especially loved your work and have been so interested ever since. I have yet to do any digital scrapping but I have purchased a few kits and love the House of 3 designs. Love Love Love your blog header you have up right now. Thanks again for all the creative inspiration

  • Beverly

    19 May, 2009 at 6:31 am Reply

    Congrats to Miss Quincy! It sounds like her special day was a great one. 🙂

  • s a n s k u :)

    19 May, 2009 at 7:48 am Reply

    You have a beautiful family. That’s what it’s all about, isn’t it.
    See you soon here in Edmonton. 🙂 I’m excited. My first ever scrapbook “seminar” thingy. 🙂

  • Deb J

    19 May, 2009 at 1:32 pm Reply

    Congratulations Miss Quincy! Great pictures Heidi. Looking forward to Creative Escape.

  • J. J. Clark

    19 May, 2009 at 3:19 pm Reply

    Great looking family, your mom looks like a model and honestly I thought it was you at first. Wow a birthday and a baptism all in one week. How momentous! We want you to come back to Houston.

  • gillian

    19 May, 2009 at 8:28 pm Reply

    Baptisms are the loveliest of all days… Amazing joy all day long.

  • Melisa Kennedy

    20 May, 2009 at 1:17 am Reply

    Congratulations to your daughter on her baptism, my girls haven’t yet made that decision but so hope they will be as excited as much as your daughter was.
    have fun at Ranger U, look forward to you showing us all what to do with the great produts

  • Heléna

    20 May, 2009 at 5:45 am Reply

    thanks for sharing your daughter’s baptism
    I wa struck by how much do you look like your mum! – lovely :d

  • Jaimie Gvozdas

    21 May, 2009 at 11:57 am Reply

    hi there! Gorgeous family and photos! I have a quick question…how do you get the beautiful swirls and fonts on top of your pictures?? I know it’s got to be a “duh” question…but I love the look and can’t figure it out!!! Thanks!!!!!

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