Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Pure fun, that's the best way to sum it up.

I was going to attempt to do this in one post but I have changed my mind! My oldest nephew Brayden was baptized on July 11 so we hopped in the van and took a little drive to show our support and to do some much needed visiting with his parents and siblings. We had a blast.
Water fountains, there will be more of these in the next post, or maybe the one after that. Becca's was one of the best though, can you see that she has 3 streams going?

We went to the Oquirr Mountain Temple open house and only lost Ben 3 times and a few of the other kids a few times. I guess if you can't really keep track of your kids the temple is the best place to lose them.
The big boys
It was really nice to be able to take the kids to see the inside of another temple. The last one they were able to see was Sacramento.

These poor kids got so sick of me taking all these pictures, but I couldn't pass up the beautiful background at the temple.

My sweet boys in front of the beautiful landscaping at the Salt Lake Temple.

Becca and I, we had some fun taking really bad pictures.

Kolby really knows how to babysit.

By the time the kids were done here I am certain that Peyton gave each and every baby there some love and attention. This girl really loves the babies.

I guess Kolby gets his baby skills from his dad. This folks, is why Mamas are the nurturers.
These boys would just not be serious long enough to get a normal picture. That's ok though, they had so much fun together.
It was so cute, all of the cousins played together in the nursery, they were filling out birth certificates and doctoring babies. They were lost in their own little imaginative world.
What an amazing view from the Conference center roof.
Boys, what more can I say? I'm not sure Brayden is very used to the way brothers are, so rough. He was a good sport and I think he and Kolby will have lots of fun together.
Boys, what more can I say?! They were fun to watch, they always do a little reverting back to childhood when they are together.
Can you believe all these kids are from just 2 moms? Now those are what you'd call stairsteps!
Uncle LeGrand's seminary classroom and a few new students.


Luna said...

Looks like such a fun trip!

emily said...

blogging late i see :) so happy to see you last week - looks like your Utah visit was a blast! love you guys, em