Kim left H&R to go back to university to complete his bachelor’s degree.
Kim was hired by H&R Transport as a fleet manager.
Kim became a director of Bikebridge Cycling Association.
Kim and Mary started Southern Alberta Home Schooling Supplies.
Mary was called to be Second Counsellor in the ward Primary presidency.
Kim was laid off as an employee at the University of Lethbridge.
Kim was appointed chair of the Community Arts Centre Steering Committee.
Kim was called as the Executive Secretary in our ward.
Aoibheann was blessed.
Regan was baptised.
Kim was called to be Gospel Doctrine Instructor.
Aoibheann Bree Holly Siever was born 03:38, 1 March 2009 in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.
We got rid of Apollo because one of our neighbours thought he barked too much, even though none of our other neighbours ever heard him.
On 27 June 2008, we confirmed we are expecting another baby. After nearly three years since Aisling was born, we are very excited. We will add new information below as it comes up.
We got a puppy.
We spent a week in Vancouver in August 2007 with family and friends for the wedding of Mary’s brother.
Sinéad had her baptism and confirmation.
We got a kitten.
We moved into our new house.
We bought our first house.
Aisling Elisabeth Winter was born at 17:23.
Family vacation in Saskatchewan (Swift Current, Regina and Cadillac).
Kim was set apart as elders quorum president.
Kim and Mary celebrated ten years of marriage. A big milestone.
Mary was called as executive secretary to the Primary president in our ward.
We picked up a new vehicle today. It was a 2002 Ford Windstar. Very nice and compared to our 1985 Suburban, a luxury vehicle.
The Siever family confirmed that their little family is growing. A third child is expected for the end of September or beginning of October.
Kim’s parents, Keith and Sally Haysom, came out to Lethbridge for Christmas.
Sinéad started school. She was homeschooling and started at the grade one level.
Kim was called as Ward Clerk.
The Siever family went to Regina to spend a week with Kim’s family. We stayed at Sherwood Forest, the same country club where Kim’s family spent each summer during his early teen years.
Kim switched his major from a B.F.A. (New Media) to a B.A. (Dramatic Arts).
The Siever family went to Vancouver for two weeks from the Christmas holidays. It was the first time Sinéad and Regan were on a plane, train (SkyTrain) or boat (SeaBus).
Kim enrolled back at the University of Lethbridge. He registered as a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts student majoring in new media.
Kim shut down his business, Panorama Designs.
Sinéad started ballet.
Kim was called as a counsellor in the young men presidency in their new ward.
Kim’s probation at work finished. His position is now permanent full-time.
The Siever family had to move. Their previous landlords sold their house and the new owners wanted different tenants. They moved from West Lethbridge to a house that is closer downtown.
Kim received a letter saying that his application to join Mensa had been accepted and his membership would take effect once the annual dues had been paid.
Mary paid for the developmental fee for Whole Mother Birth Services. She is getting financing to purchase the rest of the business licence.
Regan’s first birthday. As with Sinéad’s first birthday, this was pretty low-key. We only had Mamac over to celebrate.
Kim was approved for a business licence for his graphic and website design company Panorama Designs. Mary is also working to get a business started called Whole Mother Birth Services.
Sinéad had her first “real” birthday party with party hats and everything. She even picked which friends were invited. She had a blast.
Regan’s first Christmas. Sinéad of course enjoyed it more than any other year and is upset we took the decorations down on Boxing Day.
Kim got the job at the University of Lethbridge. It sure is nice to know our bills can be paid.
Kim suffered from the flu for two weeks. Over a week was spent in terrible pain.
Kim attended his convocation today. He has now officially graduated from post-secondary education. Mary, Sinï¿½ad, Regan and Mary’s mum (Donna Golbeck) were also there.
Kim’s job was finally posted. This means he can now apply for it and hopefully get a substantial raise! 🙂
We just picked up our annual family pictures this week. We should have them online before Christmas.
Kim was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge this week.
Kim is starting a web design business with a friend of his. The business should be operating by the new year.