I uploaded the pictures but they are kind of all over the place so I will just go with it…. bare with me?
When the snow finally melted and it was not freezing we took the kids to the Hogle Zoo, we have season passes which is great for lots of visits. The problem however was that everyone had the same idea as we did. The zoo was PACKED! And for Mister B and sensory processing problems, it was a little much for him. We lost him twice, it was so scary and it really made me think about getting him the GPS Autism bracelets.
The kids had a blast overall and enjoyed being there with each other and their friends.
It was a overprotective moms nightmare because all three of my boys thought they were years older then they actually are and took of to do their own thing on multiple occasions. So yes, fun for them, heart attack inducing for mom.
These are some of our very best friends, The Snows.
Sundays are for relaxing.
Aowyn loves all kinds of babies. On the day she got her my little pony baby she would not let it out of her sight.
The kids love that there is no more snow and have been playing on the trampoline 24/7.
Aowyn loves it, but it scares me because she is still so little.
Trying on daddies boots.
This kid does not like taking naps, but man when he crashes, he crashes.
I got to go with Braddocs preschool class on his first ever field trip to the Hill Aerospace Museum.
He was very overwhelmed and Im not sure that my being there helped but I sure loved getting to go.
My little Astronaut.
Landon lost a top tooth.
Braddoc and Tayton rediscovered sidewalk chalk.
The day after Easter we headed to the beach in San Diego and stayed for Spring Break.
This trip was when Tayton and Braddoc really bonded and became best buddies.
Aowyn hated when we made her come inside… she loved it out there. And if she was inside she cried at the door until we let her back out.
I loved how the sand had Gold flecks in it.
The kids decided to dig a giant whole and had a blast doing it over the course of the 3 days we were there.
Part 2 of catch up to follow.