Tuesday, May 25, 2010
Ok, so it's been kind of a long time since I've posted anything. Since I've gotten on facebook, my blog has suffered a bit, but posting once in a while is better than never! During Spring Break, Bryce's mom (Nanny) came for a visit and treated us to the Phoenix Children's Museum (thanks Papa, too!). The kids really had a fun time, and hopefully Nanny did too. :)
Here's Marlee at the sand-art booth.
Logan and Nanny playing the xylophone.
This is Masen laughing hysterically at what Landon is doing in the next picture. They had all sorts of cool car/ball rolling tracks in this room. It was pretty cool.
They have this "noodle forest" at the museum which consists of hundreds of swimming noodles hanging from the ceiling and the kids had such a fun time walking through the forest to the other side. I didn't get any good pictures of that, but it was a highlight of the museum.
The kids are actually sitting still to listen to the Prophet for General Conference. We love those moments. :)
So Marlee pulled out her butterfly hairclips and started attaching them to Masen's head. I can't believe he sat still for her to do that, and didn't take them out right away. It was just a matter of time before our girl decided to dress up one of our boys. :) The following picture says it all about how he felt about the experience. Poor thing, this surely won't be the last time. :)
For a Primary Activity in April, we had kids bring cardboard boxes to make into cars. After they made their cars, we had them drive around the hall in the church, following road signs, to re-enter the gym to watch a drive-in movie. Then they played red-light green-light. It was such a fun activity and some really cool cars were created. Marlee made her car into a bed a few days later and we found her here. Looks......comfy?
This picture was taken by Logan on our 10 year anniversary on April 25th. Beautiful backdrop eh? :) Can't believe it's been 10 years, it's flown by so quickly. While we've definitely had our fair share of trials and challenges, it's been a lot of fun and we've experienced so many joys. We have so much to be grateful for: our children, the gospel, our testimonies, a home to live in, Bryce's job, our families, and so many great friends. It's been a happy 10 years, and I am excited to see what the next 50 or 60 years bring. :)