Saturday, August 2, 2008

Davis High Class of '98 Now!

Christine (Broadbent) Holt
Oh my goodness, how fast the time has gone. It is hard to believe that it has been 10 years since we were in High School. So much has happened since then. Well let me fill you all in on my story of what has happened in the last 10 years.

After graduation I received a scholarship to attend CEU in Price. I graduated in May 2000 with my Associates of Science and transferred up to Utah State to continue my education in Family & Consumer Science Education. While attending Utah State I met my sweetheart, Adam Holt in 2001. Since both of were very focused on our majors we became good friends. In the summer of 2002 we started dating and got engaged on December 5, 2002. On May 3, 2003 we both graduated from Utah State; Adam with a Bachelors’ in Human Resources, and I graduated with a Bachelors’ in Family & Consumer Science Education Degree. Then about ten days later on May 14, 2003 we were married in the Logan Temple. We then had a beautiful reception in my parents’ backyard in Fruit Heights.

Adam and I then moved to South Weber for a year, while he worked at Rent-A-Center as an assistant manager in Ogden. I finished of my degree by doing my student teaching at Northridge High in Layton. I was not allowed to do my student teaching at Davis High since the same teachers were still there that taught all of us. In April of 2004 I got my first teaching job at Lehi High School. Adam had just been transferred to Salt Lake with his job so it was good for both us. We purchased our first home in July of 2004 in Lehi and have lived here ever since. Four months after moving here, Adam was able to get a job with IHC in billing that had a lot better hours. Then in 2007 Adam was able to get a wonderful job with the LDS Church. He works in billing at the Church Office Building in downtown SLC and loves it. He said that he will stay there for the rest of his career.

On July 12, 2006, Adam and I were blessed with our first child, Kaylee Ann Holt. She was also the first grandchild for my family and the first girl for Adam’s. Kaylee is such a joy and we feel as though we have been very blessed with a very special little spirit. She is turning two this Saturday and we are amazed at all that she is learning each day.
Since August of 2004 I have taught school at Lehi High School. I love it a lot and teach the following subjects: Child Development, Child Care, Beginning Interior Design, Advanced Interior Design, Clothing 1 & 2, and Sports Sewing. I am also the club advisor of FCCLA which was FHA when we were in High School. I love it and love being able to get to know my students in different ways then I do in the classroom. I teach about 250 students a year and they are such a joy! This year at graduation it was weird to look at the students and think that 10 years ago that was us and these students were only 8 at the time. It is crazy how fast life really is. Here is a picture of me with the other FACS Teachers at Lehi High at Graduation in May 2008.

In May of 2007 I started my own business with Mary Kay Cosmetics and love it. I am working on earning my first FREE Car right now and plan on being a director by December 2008. I love it and love the fact that it will give me the chance to stay home with my children. Like I said before I love teaching but I also love my children more. I plan on teaching one more year at the High School and then be able to stay home. Check out my website for more information. It is

I am sorry that I won’t be able to attend the reunion as I will be in Florida at the time on a school FCCLA trip. Here is a picture of me with the students I get to attend Florida with. Hope that you all have fun and check out our families’ blog at We have made it private, if you would like to view the blog please email me at

Monday, July 21, 2008

Great Reunion!

This weekend was a wonderful time! Thank you to the senior class officers and senior committee for all of the hard work that went into all of the activities.

We are going to continue the DHS Class of '98 blog. If you are interested in posting anything on here please email it to and we will get it on. You don't have to just post a spotlight, if you want to announce anything or have news you would like to share, send that too.

Thanks to all of the class of 1998, it was great to see everyone!

Friday, July 18, 2008

Davis High Class of '98 Now!

Tricia Rees
Holy kids and spouses! I'm feeling very behind! I better speed things along in my life before the twenty year reunion! :)

Well, Here's what I've been up to....I graduated from Utah State University in 2002, with a B.S in Family and Human Development. After graduation, I moved to Boston for a few months, with fellow DHS alumni, Cindi Miller. We lived right down town and had a blast! She was doing travel nursing, and I ended up doing data entry for a non-profit organization. I then moved back to Utah, and started working for Intermountain Healthcare. I worked at the IHC child development center, and then later, Primary Children's Hospital in the Child Life Department. I stayed with IHC for 5 years. I'm a geek, I wanted to stay the 5 years so that I could get my big 5 year gift....I had no idea the gifts were completely lame!

I now live in Centerville, with four great roommates. We have a lot of fun! I teach in an after-school program for 3-5 year olds at Rowland Hall-St. Mark's School in SLC.

My interests haven't changed a ton since H.S, as I still love to run! I'm currently training for my 6th marathon. I just ran the Ragnar Relay Wasatch Back last month, and absolutely loved it! Dan and Tanner, you guys are awesome for putting it together!

It's been so fun getting to know a lot of you post H.S! I think in the last 5 years I have met more people from our graduating class than I ever knew in H.S! I feel like I really missed out having not known a lot of you earlier! What a great group of people! See you this weekend.

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Last Minute Items

1-If you have not RSVP'd and would still like to come to any of the events this weekend, PLEASE still come!!!! Plan on attending and paying at the door. There a lots of fun events planned and tons of '98 classmates attending.

2-There have been numerous questions on what the dress is for Saturday night. It is business casual.

See you there!!!

Davis High Class of '98 Now!

April (Dunford) Stettler
I can't believe how fast time flies! 10 years?? Life has been so good to me and I have so much to be grateful for! Within a year of graduation I graduated from beauty school at Fran Brown, and married my amazing husband Dustin Stettler ( LHS class '96)! We are one of those few blind date success stories! We were lucky enough to live in Phiadelphia for two years while Dustin finished his degree. It was so fun and we took advantage of seeing as much of the east coast as possible! We moved there after our first year of marriage with our oldest Savanah who was a baby, (now she's 8) and had our second child Wyatt (6) while we were there. When we finished school, we were lucky enough to find a job in Utah and move back home! We lived in Layton for a while until I finally convinced Dustin Kaysville was better! We bought an older home and have had so much fun fixing it up! We have had 2 more kids since, Charlotte (3), who we call Charly, and Will who is 3 months old! Dustin is in Medical Sales and his office is at home, so we are very lucky and get to see him a lot! My Current job is wife, and mom, which keeps me plenty busy and I love every second! It's been so fun catching up with everyone on the blog, hope to see some of you at the reunion!

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Davis High Class of '98 Now!

Aaron Morton
Hello, all. I love the postings.

I thought I would add my 10-year update. After school I went to Utah State and worked (surprise!) at the school newspaper, the Utah Statesman, where I met Vicky, my wife-to-be. After graduating from USU I worked as a sports writer, editor and/or designer at the Idaho Falls Post Register, Ogden Standard-Examiner (twice) and Deseret News, where I now work as assistant sports editor. Vicky, a former journalist and now sixth-grade teacher at Creekside Elementary, and I have two kids, Aiden (5-year old soccer player) and Adelle (2-year old self-described princess). We live in Layton, just outside DHS territory. Maybe, in the future, that will change and Aiden and Adelle can become fifth-generation Darts.

Cheers, Aaron

Davis High Class of '98 Now!

Celeste (Thomas) Knights
Ten years! It seems like only yesterday, until I'm in a food court full of High School teens during lunch break and I think to myself, "I need to avoid coming here during lunch." Haha…Guess I am getting old after all. The best things that have happened to me within the last ten years were marriage to my best friend Jerome Knights, and the arrival of our wonderful daughter Jasmine, two months ago. We live in Mildenhall, England with our pug, Pugsley. We both did our fair share of moving and traveling around the country and world; even before we met each other. For me, it was the College Program at Walt Disney World in Orlando and traveling to various locations around the globe while working for Delta Airlines. For him, it was his service in the US Air Force. Thankfully the planets aligned and our paths crossed in Utah in August of 2001. I was completing my bachelors at Weber State and he was stationed at Hill AFB. Three years later, in August of 2004 we were married at sunset on the beach in Hawaii. One year later, we made our move across the Atlantic to England. We've continued our love of traveling while stationed here. We enjoy all the sites and culture that Europe has to offer. Jerome is still proudly serving in the Air Force and will finish up his Bachelors in Professional Aeronautics with Embry Riddle next month. I wish we could make it back to Utah for the reunion, but Jasmine's passport will unlikely be ready in time. I'd still love to catch up with classmates so feel free to email me

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Davis High Class of '98 Now!

Emily (Tueller) Ritchie
I attended SUU my freshman year, then moved home and earned my associate degree from Weber State. I then transferred to BYU and graduated in 2001 with a degree in Psychology. (Yes, that is 3 schools in 3 years!) The summer after graduating I was lined up on a blind date with the incredible Tyler Ritchie (Wasatch High Class of '95) and after a whirlwind courtship and engagement, we found ourselves happily married only 93 days later in the Salt Lake Temple.

We made our first home in beautiful Heber City. Tyler commuted to Provo for school, and I started work at a company in Midway. I initially was a secretary, then a graphic designer, and eventually the company had me open and run a scrapbook store. The store was an awesome project and I loved working so closely with one of my favorite hobbies. I miss the trade shows and being one of the first people to see all the new product.

I quit work when our first daughter, Katelyn (3.5), arrived in August of 2004, and have been fortunate enough to be a full time mother ever since. After Tyler finished his schooling we moved to Las Vegas where Tyler is currently an Escrow Officer. Ty, partnered with his brother-in-law and brother, started a title company last year. Since living in Las Vegas we have welcomed another daughter, Carolyn (1.5), to our family. We are also expecting our 3rd child (a Boy!) this August. As a family we love to spend time with each other. We recently built a house and have enjoyed having design projects to work on together on the weekends. I have taken an interest in photography and graphic design and love to find time to enjoy them.

It has been great to catch up on what the past 10 years has brought to some of the members of our class. Best wishes to you all for the future!

Monday, July 14, 2008

Davis High Class of '98 Now!

Chris Wilson
So ten years has gone by and we're supposed to have grown up? It is crazy how time goes by in our lives!

Since high school graduation I have been a Viking, Wildcat, Ute, Thunderbird and Sun Devil. Right after graduation I went to Rick's College for 1 year while prior to serving my mission in Honduras. While at Rick's I met my current wife Kim, she was up there from Mesa, Arizona. After returning from my mission (and Kim from hers in Frankfurt, Germany) we were married and I began attending classes at Weber State. Eventually I decided to attend the University of Utah where I was going to obtain my business degree. At that time I had been layed off from my construction job of 2 years and Kim and I moved to Mesa, AZ. I transferred to the local community college and eventually was admitted to the Arizona State business school where I completed my degree in Business Administration. So after several years of changing school mascots I can now say I am a college graduate.

In the midst of all that school we managed to have 2 beautiful children, Connor (4) and Lyla (1). Immediately after business school I worked for a small company in Arizona doing sales and have since moved to back to Utah to work for a health care staffing company in Salt Lake called CompHealth. I have been doing sales and recruiting with CompHealth for over a year now. We have purchased a home in Clearfield, UT close to family and hope to stay here while we raise our family.

I can't wait to see everyone this summer and catch up on the details of all of your lives. If you want to see our family's events please feel free to visit our blog at

Davis High Class of '98 Now!

Abbet (Talbot) Strong
Was 1998 really 10 years ago? It seems like it was only yesterday. Well, let me give you a quick run down of our little family. After dear old Davis High I headed off to the University of Utah. I intended to date as many cute boys as possible, but met my sweet husband Ben Strong (a Brighton Bengal of ’95) in a philosophy class my first semester at the U and his first semester after his mission to Salvador, Brazil, and well that was that. After nearly two years of dating we were married in May 2000 in the Bountiful Temple. Then we both worked and studied and played at the U. In 2002 I graduated with my BA in Accounting and he completed his Civil Engineering degree. I then went on to be the accountant for the Health Promotion and Education Department at the University of Utah where I managed their grants as well as taking charge of their entire financial system while Ben pursued his MBA.

In 2003 we built our first home in Woods Cross, UT and the following year Ben graduated with his MBA and we had our first son, Brayden who is now 3 ½. After nearly a year of trying to persuade my boss that I truly would not be returning to work I was able to become a full-time mommy! In April of 2007 we had our second little boy Baylor who is now 15 months old, and busier than his big brother. And, just this March we got a BIG surprise and found out we are expecting yet another little boy this October. (Only two more boys and we’ll have a basketball team!)
While we haven’t lived anywhere overly exciting, or traveled nearly as much as we would like to, we have had lots of fun hiking, camping, fishing, and exploring the beautiful mountains and scenery of Utah; along with cheering on the Utes and the Jazz. Ben has since obtained his Professional Engineering License through California (making it possible for him to license in any state) and become a group leader at WesTech Engineering, and we enjoy traveling with him occasionally.

We are really looking forward to seeing everyone in July!

Sunday, July 13, 2008

Davis High Class of '98 Now!

Brady Platt
Wow, it's great to catch up with everyone. It sounds like all of you are doing very well, from your beautiful families to all of the many adventures. Thanks for sharing !

Like all of you, many good things have come into my life since our graduation back in the 1900's. I served a mission in Brasil Londrina (with fellow 98ers John Treu and Travis Hirschi--both punks :-) )...upon returning I attended BYU for a little while, just long enough to graduate with Political Science and Business degrees. My wife Emmary and I met in St. George during the summer of 2002. I was working with my father's Real Estate Development (Entrada @ Snow Canyon) and she was down from Utah State spending the summer. Though she was intent on not having a serious relationship that summer, it just wasn't in the cards for her. We were married one year later in August of 2003 at the Salt Lake Temple. Since then, we have been blessed with 2 angels for children, Addie (3 1/2) and Eli (7 weeks).

We have lived in St. George full time since early 2005, and we absolutely love it! Emmary is a Professional Mom and I am getting more and more entrenched in our RE Development Company. We have been tremendously blessed in all of our endeavors. I really can't believe it has been 10 years...wasn't there supposed to be some kind of warning? As fast as time has flown, we really should be having reunions about every year, so then at least we could feel like we aren't getting so old. Think about if we had already had 9 reunions by now, wouldn't you all feel a whole lot better about turning 30 soon?

Well fortunately for us, because we live in one of Utah's vacation hotspots, I have been able to stay in touch with a lot of Darts. We would love to see all of you. Unfortunately we can't make it to the reunion (that's two strikes...we were on our Honeymoon for the 5 year)...but we are gearing up for the next one. I just really hope it's not the 30 year..holy snikees. Thanks to Natalie, and anyone else involved, for all the planning. It sounds like the Reunion will be absolutely awesome.

Best Wishes to all of you and your families, wherever you may be.

Saturday, July 12, 2008

Davis High Class of '98 Now!

Hilary (Barrett) DeAnda
As many before me have stated... has it really been 10 years? It has been so much fun catching up on everyone though this blog! Here is my little catch up, After graduating high school I went to beauty college, graduated, then did hair for a year. The spring of 2000 I moved to Boston Mass to be a nanny of 3 girls. That led me to my amazing husband Ian, who was finishing up his senior year at Harvard. After a month of dating we knew this was something special so we got engaged and were married the summer of 2001. We stayed in Boston for two years while he finished up his Masters degree in Law and Diplomacy. While we were there we had our first son Jackson who is now 5. After school we moved to the Washington D.C. area for my husbands job and we have been here ever since. The summer of 2005 we had our second son Charlie, who is 3, and I just had our third son, Mateo, on June 6th! We are so thankful for our beautiful, healthy boys and we are sad we can't make it to the reunion, but we'll be there for the 20 year....Yikes!!!

Davis High Class of '98 Now!

Jennifer (Liljenquist) Pack
It's hard to believe that it has been ten years. That makes me feel old. We are getting dangerously close to 30! The last ten years have probably been the best in my life. I met my best friend (this hot guy right here) about 2 months before we graduated. He is my perfect match! We dated a year before we got married in the Salt Lake temple. We just had our 9th anniversary on June 30. We are very active and spent a lot of time on our bikes and in the mountains. I took nursing classes for a while only to find out that I didn't have the stomach for it. My husband, Berkley, works in Salt Lake at Pictureline. He is also an amazing photographer (this photo taken by someone else!). Berkley grew up in Centerville and graduated from Viewmont in 95'. We lived in Kaysville for 6 years and now we are in Farmington. My kids are my greatest accomplishment and I completely adore them. Ethan 5, Carly almost 3, and Ellie 2 months. There are moments of total chaos at times, but I love staying home with them. I'm excited for our reunion and to see so many familiar faces!

Friday, July 11, 2008

Davis High Class of '98 Now!

Ryan & Beth (Humphreys) Thomas
How to make the last 10 years sound interesting??? Considering it’s gone by in a flash it’s really hard to break it down to one paragraph and still retain all the juicy details. Ok maybe I am just delaying the simple story that is our post high school life so here goes…

Ryan and I started dating the summer after high school when he came to visit me in San Diego where I was completing an internship in Marine Biology. I had a great time but quickly decided the life of a scientist was not for me, perhaps a fun hobby but not a career. We both went to Weber that fall getting all those nasty general courses out of the way and Ryan left the following spring for an abbreviated, only in time not in excitement, mission to Zimbabwe. We were married in December of 1999 and of course life’s been nothing but a party since! That is if a good party includes hours of studying, high student expenses and tuition, working nights and weekends and finally seeing each other about 5 years into it when school is done and that “grown up” regimen kicks in. In all seriousness we have been very lucky and had a great college experience. I worked at Delta so we were able to travel the world on a limited budget, typically returning with only what little change we had in our pockets. Where would the fun be if we weren’t really pushing it anyway!? After getting his BS in Poli Sci & Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Utah Ryan started working at HP where he now manages a sales team, although he is not nearly nerdy enough to have a profession in IT. I, on the other hand, graduated from WSU in nerdy (IS&T/Software Development) and have been working in software applications for the last five years. Fortunately I am now in a position working with Oracle products for a California based company that lets me work from home. This couldn’t be better timing as we are expecting our first little guy August 11th – I am really trying to see exactly how huge I can be to see you all at the reunion! We have two adorable pups, Capri a miniature schnauzer & Sasha a lab/akita mix. We bought our house back in good ol’ Kaysville about 1.5 years ago and are happy to be back in the land of Davis Darts and Kaysville pride.
Kudos to the class officers and committee for doing such an excellent job with the site, scheduling and reunion. I know you have spent tireless hours in preparation and they are truly appreciated!

Davis High Class of '98 Now!

Rachel (Williams) VanDerMeide

I can't believe that a decade has gone by, and not once have I done the davis honk, or screamed 'Go Darts!'
My life in the last ten years, has been absolutely wonderful. During our Senior year I started dating a Viewmont Viking (I know I can't believe it either,) and in September 1998, Brent and I were married. We moved to Tooele for the first five years where we had our first 3 boys, and then we migrated back to Davis County where we purchased our beautiful home in Syracuse, and welcomed another son and finally a daughter to our mix. Yes, that means we have five children, Parker (9), Corbin (7), Noah (5 1/2), Bridger (3), and Annaka (9 months). Brent is a Computer Scientist at Hill AFB, where he works with classified air navigation systems. I worked for The University of Utah hospital in the emergency room for a year and then when our first son was born, I quit to be a full time mommy. Which I love more than anything in the world. Two years ago I went to a friends Mary Kay party and became a Mary Kay consultant making good money and have many great friends. I have a great life and spend much of my spare time camping in Bear Lake eating Raspberry shakes, and hiking in Moab in the spring and fall. My husband and I love to see plays on the stage and we take many trips to L.A. to see our favorite play 'Wicked' ( It's kind of a spin off of the Wizard of Oz.) I love to scrapbook, sew, do crafts and decorate wedding cakes here and there. With five kids and a very busy husband my life is moving too fast and I have to sometimes stop and take time to appreciate the many blessings I have been given. I am looking forward to seeing all my fellow Darts soon!

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Davis High Class of '98 Now!

Brody Baird
Since High School I have been working as a CNC Machinist. I bought a home in Ogden and lived with some buddies for a few years. The single life was great while it lasted but there was no turning back when I met my wife in 2002. Ashley Liljenquist was fresh out of High School, DHS '02, and attending Weber State University when we were set up on a date by my good friend Travis Olsen. We fell in love immediately but she made me wait until September 24, 2003 to marry me. We both worked and played for 4 years until Ashley gave birth to our little Taylor. She is 9 months old and the sweetest baby ever! I am fortunate enough to have a great job at JD Machine Shop in Plain City and that my wife is willing to be a full time mom and home maker. My wife and little girl are such a blessing to me and are my greatest accomplishment. Recently we moved up to Brigham City, Utah to a beautiful home. We feel like we live in the country! I really love the peace and quiet. Of course I will always miss good ol' Fruit Heights and Kaysville. I am looking forward to the reunion next week and seeing old friends and their families.

Davis High Class of '98 Now!

Janelle Layman
Not quite sure how to do this whole blogging thing. Can move around a financial software program like a wiz, but this? Psshh…

Anyhow, after high school I attended three and half semesters at Weber. Finally figured out that I do not learn very well in a school environment so after talking to my aunt, submitted my resume to Merrill Lynch for a temporary assignment in Colorado. From there, I ended up enrolling in a different temp agency specializing in accounting and after a couple of assignments ended up in an advertising agency in Downtown Denver. After five and a half years and three company name changes later I was getting bored again. One of my best friends from childhood informed me that if I was willing to come out to Virginia I could stay with them for a little while so that I could get somewhat established there. That was summer of 2006 and I am still in Virginia. Currently working for the same temp agency (different office) but the pay is the same and offers health insurance. My assignment for the past six months has been at GE Water & Process Technology.
Besides my career, a few months after I moved to Colorado I signed up at a martial arts studio. There was no way I was going to live in a bigger city without being able to somewhat defend myself. Ended up training for five years in Shaolin Kemp and the last three of those years I taught the style to new students. My favorite was teaching the children. They get bored so fast, get frustrated because they aren’t progressing, and when they figure out that they get to learn new things when the current tasks are done correctly, they just shoot up the ranks! Plus we got to work with them on teaching when fighting is appropriate and when it was not. My least favorite was teaching men in their 20’s. Fun misconception that a woman should not be teaching them. Towards the end I earned my Black Belt in Lake Forest, CA in September of 2005. Eight hour test, sometimes in the sun, sometimes not. After awhile it felt like fighting in a swimming pool.
In January 2006, I adopted Galahad from the Denver Dumb Friends League and we have been together ever since. He has come with me to Virginia and will continue to move with me wherever I go. A Border Collie who is true to his nature who always needs to be engaged with someone. But usually as long as people are around he is well behaved. Any one can tell him to go lay down and he does. He even gives ‘high fives’! Thank heavens for Petsmart training classes.

And then the question always comes up about why I haven’t found a guy to marry yet. Well, it’s going to take a very strong, engaging, and patient man to ground me. And what scares me is that I think he found me (I haven’t been looking). We have been dating for five months, the last two of those months he has been in Iraq. But if you remember anything about me, I’m very independent. But by the way our conversations have been going as late; he may end getting me to commit to him. Oiy!

Well, I will not be able to make it to the reunion as I had already had my summer trip planned to visit my family. There have been some good events that happened this year and need to make an appearance. From the few posts that I’ve read so far people seem to be happy and that is what I hope for everyone. Sorry I don’t have more recent pictures but I’ve just never really had pictures taken of myself. Best wishes and hello! And as my favorite motto says, ‘Work hard, Play hard!’

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Davis High Class of '98 Now!

Lance Butcher
Hey! It's cool to read everyone's posts! Congrats to all the success, cute families, etc. (I think I'll follow my ol' bud Daniel Henderson's example and post a Halloween pic too--FYI: I'm Will Ferrell's cowbell guy).

After DHS, I went to Weber for a year with a music scholarship for trumpet. I then served an LDS Mission to Ecuador (I actually was a comp with another '98 DHS alumni Kevin Hunt for a bit—crazy!).

After my mission, I had a lot of fun: traveling (Costa Rica, Jamaica, etc.), and gaining a lot of weight lol (not so scrawny anymore). College wasn't my priority like it should've been, but after taking a semester off here and there, switching my major twice, I'm FINALLY going to be graduating this Fall in Accounting ("You know a lot of people go to college for seven years...")

I never played the trumpet much again, but I learned the bass guitar and played with a few different bands for a few years. One of my groups had a little bit of success down in the podunk venues of Provo and Orem. My smokin' hot wife-to-be Chelsey was living in Orem after graduating from Beauty College, so she became our band's Yoko Ono, lol, and I got married June 22, 2006.

Since then, I've taken school more seriously, and am now in a good accounting internship. Being a bum was fun for those 5 years, but married life with my best friend Chels is the best by far! She puts up with the fact I'm a nerd/dork; I guess that's because I can make her laugh, but she's pretty crazy herself.

The very best of news of all for Chels and me is a BABY ON THE WAY!!! We are so stoked--due Nov 16! In fact, we just barely found it's going to be a BOY! It was the most exciting thing for us—happiest we've ever felt!

Hope I didn't bore everyone too much with this, any of you old buddies out there give me a shout! Lata'!