DUNDEE, Ore. -- Family members of missing Dundee mom Jennifer Huston continue to be baffled over where their loved one could be, now a full week after she disappeared.
The 38-year-old mom had big plans for the weeks to come, including a special celebration with her husband Kallen, for their wedding anniversary.
She had already set things up with the family babysitters, Morgan and Amanda Johnson.
“She was always upbeat and always planning stuff like kids’ play dates or recently it was her anniversary and she was scheduling me to babysit," Morgan said.
Huston was a dedicated mom to her two young sons, according to friends. When she wasn’t organizing play dates, she also volunteered at her older boy’s school.
“We just don't get it,” Amanda said. “She would never leave her kids."
The Johnson sisters said the last time they talked to Jennifer “she just seemed like her normal self, planning things and just smiling and excited."
Huston disappeared on the evening of Thursday, July 24. Police said she took out a small amount of cash from an ATM, bought trail mix, Gatorade and over-the-counter sleeping pills and then gassed up her SUV. Minutes later, her cell phone stopped working.
She hasn't been seen or heard from since.
Background: Timeline in Jennifer Huston disappearance
KGW reporter Kyle Iboshi contributed to this report.