As I was deciding which pictures to place on this post, I realized that the last 6 weeks has brought a lot of family visitors and therefore a lot of fun events....so picture overload warning!!!
When I had Andrew, as I mentioned in the previous post, my mom stayed with us the first 5 days. Then we were home alone for another 5 days and then my grandma came down for a week, and then after she was here my mom and my brother and his family came down. Then Scott's sister Janice and her family came over and spent time with us. We were (are) so blessed to have so much family love us and Andrew so much to travel here and take care of us! Thanks for all that you did (and do) for us! We love you all so much!
When my mom and grandma were here, we laid really low-I just wanted to keep Andrew home and I wanted to rest. When my brother and his family came, we did lots of fun stuff- we went to the beach, the Mormon Battalion and the zoo. We had a great time with them and they just loved on our little Andrew.
When Janice and Dave and their family were here, we went to Hoodad's, Seaport Village, the outlet mall at the border and then just hung out here at the house. They too just loved on our little Andrew-especially Nora, she held Andrew anytime she could! We just loved visiting with them, it was a ton of fun. As you can imagine with both sets of cousins Dallin and Evan just loved playing non-stop with all the cousins! Thanks Perry's and Willman's for helping our boys have fun while adjusting to life with a new baby brother.
So as you can see, we had quite the eventful 6 weeks! I feel so blessed to be the mommy of these beautiful boys!
Easter spoils-which included a fish tank and fish...which have died already. Apparently you have to put drops in the water here, because it is chlorinated...something the Easter Bunny failed to inform us of. Oh well, the boys enjoyed watching the fish being flushed down the toilet. When Scott got home, Evan said "Fish in the toilet" and started to laugh. But no worries we will get more fish soon, and we have already bought the drops.
Dying eggs. Their strategy was just to put the eggs in as many different cups as possible, as fast as possible.
The boys both had their shirts off, I tried to convince Scott that he needed to have his shirt off to, but he wouldn't cooperate.