(Jack and Isabelle, from Paul's side)
of a long-awaited and much needed (it's been 7 months people) haircut.
for me not Paul
(this is pre-haircut)
(there is no post-haircut pic. It's looks pretty much the same [but feels so much better]
I'm keeping the long locks for awhile)
of riding the Frontrunner train down to SLC
complete with (spilled) treats
(too hot) mints from a stranger
and entertainment provided by none other than Grandma Gunn
of new headbands for (hippie) Alex
and cute new hair everyday, compliments of Grandma and Aunt Ging
(I have utterly failed in this department of motherhood)
of a trip to the treehouse museum
of mac and cheese for the kids while mom and dad were on a date
of a cousin sleepover with matching pj's
(supplied by Grandma)
of quality (not quantity) time with (BOTH!) of my sisters
and even a few hours with my mom.
Here's the cousin pic from my side
(too hilarious not to post)
Tiff's baby boy is due in May
Cousin Boston (Michele's) just turned one
(And Noah and Alex just look utterly ridiculous - closed eyes and picked noses?!?)
That's more like it
went to the airplane museum (surprised?)
had dinner with Paul's friends (thanks Laings and Bischoffs for a great night!)
saw Twilight again (me and my sisters-in-law that is)
(but thankfully did not gain 5 pounds - you were right Paul)
think Maddox (twice)
Cafe Rio (twice)
and many of my mother-in-laws wonderful home cooked meals.
Our faces looked like this the whole time
until it was time to go home.
and then we all cried
(and Alex went the extra mile...she kicked screamed shouted hit and sobbed her way home. the airport was great.)
Thank you to all of our family members (especially Grandma and Grandpa Gunn) who spent time with us and made our trip wonderful
We couldn't ask for more...
except for maybe more time
We love you all!