The bigger kids and I went to the kids symphony at Abravanel Hall in Salt Lake. They were all really good and really enjoyed it. I think it’s a great programs because the kids get exposed to the symphony, without the formality (of the late-night timing) of the regular symphony.
Adam and Emily hung out and home–went on a wagon ride, played at the park, and did art (without the other kids taking over).
We took the kids to the Easter egg hung put on by the Bountiful Youth Council. The actual egg hunting was divided by age group, but each group was like a swarm of little locusts. Henry was very happy that he got one of the golden eggs with a special prize in it; he had to sprint and dive to get it.
Our friends the Richardsons came to visit a couple weeks ago. Steven was doing his endodontics residency at UNC the same time Adam was doing law school at Duke. We hung out and went and explored the creek by our house. The kids were really happy to see each other–even after a a year and a hlf since we’d seen them last (at their house in Phoenix).
Emily doing one of her favorite activities–sitting in the placemat drawer.
Caroline and I made some heart-shaped biscuits–fitting for Valentine’s Day.
Caroline working on her valentines for school. Twinkies dressed like minions from Despicable Me, with the message “You’re one in a minion!”
Henry on the way to school with his valentines. Henry and Becca made little gumball machines with the caption “I “CHEWS” YOU!”