Grandma and Grandpa took all the grandkids to see the new Cinderella. Grandpa and Jaileigh. Grandma even bought all of the kids the kid treat box that had popcorn, candy and a slurpee. They were so spoiled!
Grandpa, Jaileigh and Annie
After the movie we HAD to drive to Sportsmans Wearhouse to get guns that daddy had promised the kids I would take them to get guns. We got out of the movie 10 minutes before Sportsmans closed. We had to hurry. We made it! They found their guns, except Annie, she didn't want one.
My friends, Marci and Corey drove down from Colorado for spring break.
I haven't seen Corey since before I got married, I think. Marci I saw when the kids were about 9 months old. I was so excited to see them and to meet their beautiful kids. We met at the Children's Museum so our kids could run around while we visited.
Anthony fixing a car. Maybe he will be a mechanic.
Jaileigh and Michael
We went to Iceberg for lunch and then I had to take Anthony to the dentist. After the dentist we met them again at the Vernon Worthen Park.
Corey playing catch with the kids.
Addie is entertaining my kids.
Hudson, Max and Corey
We had to have a group photo. I did not want to leave but I had to drive home that night. I had pulled the kids out of school for two days and I needed to get them back. I was so sad to say goodbye!
Annie, Anthony, Norah, Michael, Addie (standing), Jaileigh, Jakob, Hudson, Max
I took the kids to Grafton
the Monday we were in St. George. Daddy had to go back to work, so did Grandma and Grandpa so we went for a little drive. I remember going here with my family growing up. It was much better when I was little! Everything was locked up and most of the buildings were fenced in and marked as private property so we couldn't go in to see them. I was so sad! Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid was filmed here.
Looking in the window.
We walked around and looked at the buildings that were behind fences, wishing we could go in and see them.
Jaileigh and Michael
We visited the old cemetery. The kids were fascinated with it. Jake wanted us to dig up the people and put them back in their houses. He was having a hard time of grasping the concept of death. So many of the graves were little children and babies. It made me even more grateful that mine were born in this time period instead of the 1800's where they wouldn't have survived.