So we decided to make the trek out to Idaho this year for christmas. Our trip out there was eventful. We ended up waking up to our friend knocking on our door at 5am. Some how our alarms did not go off. So we threw on our clothes grabbed Sean and headed out the door. To add on to that we ended up hiting alot more traffic than I thought so we ended up getting to the airport late and plus there was a ton of people there. So since we were late we ended up missing our flight and being standby on the next flight out. We'll little did we know that we ended up getting into Las Vegas about the same time we were suppose to be loading our next flight. So we missed our flight out of Vegas and ended up losing all that money on that flight. Well we didn't want to be stranded in Vegas so we bought two more tickets with another airline to take us to Salt Lake instead of Idaho Falls, and dad was nice enough to find us a shuttle ride home to Rexburg. So hundreds of dollars later and a 12 hour day of traveling we finally made it home to Idaho. Once we got off the shuttle I remembered why I dont live in Idaho. I was freezing cold and the wind was blowing really hard. Sean had his first experience in snow and seemed unsure about it. He got all bundled up (which he hated of course) and headed outside with dad to throw snowballs. Luckily that night we had a nice warm sleep at my dad's house by the fire. Got to love the wood stove.
Me and Greg have been married five years in October and lived in Huntington Beach now for seven years. Two years ago we welcomed Sean Patrick Mcclellan to our family. He means the world to us. This year we had a new addition come to our family this May, Brianna Nicole was born May 22 2008 weighting 6lbs 7oz and cute as a button. Sean is loving being a big brother and always trying to help. Greg is working as a firefighter/Paramedic and I am working as an ER nurse in a local hospital around the corner, we both really enjoy our jobs. I get the benefit of only working twice a week. This year we have been busy watching Sean get into everything, but its so much fun. In March 2011 we had baby Kaylee born into our wonderful family. She was 1 lb 12oz, a peanut and stayed a few months in NICU but came home doing really well and healthy.