About Us

John William is getting ready to finish a Masters Program at Stanford in Mechanical Engineering. He’s interested in pretty much all things nerd and is happy to be studying those things.   In addition to being a full time student, he works at Google and will be there full time once he graduates.  He has a flair for innocent fun and humor and is chalk full of boyish charm.  He loves children and hates the taste of anything from the sea.  He also loves Disney movies and buying things for his wife so that she will make him nummy food.
Jessi graduated from the University of Utah in Family and Relationship Communication many moons ago.  She is so happy to be living her dream of being a full time stay at home mom with her three amazing baby boys.  She loves cultivating a creative and beautiful life and home for her family. She is patiently awaiting her husband’s graduation so that they can one day move from a tiny apartment to a tiny home.

Baby James (aka Biscuit) is the noble leader of his brothers.  He could not be a bigger ham and we adore him for it. He loves Batman, milk, jam sandwiches, Harry Potter, Legos and Skylanders.  And his mommy.  And Pokemon.  And his brothers, Charlie and August.  And anything that has to do with Jesus.  But most of all, his dad.

Charlie (aka Moose) likes to pretend he is as big as his idol, James.  He copies James in all things.  His tiny little voice is the highest voice you’ve ever heard, which can be the most adorable if he’s caressing your cheek telling you how much he loves you, or the most nerve-grating if he’s whining and demanding to watch a show.  His smile and bright eyes light up an entire room.  He loves dinosaurs, his brothers, his mommy, Little Einsteins, sippies and playing on the playground.  But definitely most of all his dad.        

August (aka Tiny) is perfect in every way.  He only cries if he needs something, loves to snuggle, has cheeks for days and an obsession with his older brothers.  And–you guessed it–his dad.


The most important things to us are each other, our little family, and our faith, which gives eternal meaning to everything else.