Sunday, April 29, 2012

weekend snippets…

{I haven’t been good about recording any of our everyday/family stuff…so I’m going to try to be better.  You may be seeing some photos/posts about previous events as I attempt to record more family stuff from the first few months of this year.  If you’re only visiting for scrapbook related projects, feel free to skip over these posts – but know that THIS is why I scrapbook.  THIS is why I blog.  THIS is what is important to me.   My family.  Our time together.  Our memories.}

We had a pretty low-key weekend at our house, but still managed to get a few photos to record. 

We were up bright and early Saturday morning because Meagan ran the “Tutu 5K” with her friend:


And they were just as cute and smiley when they were done!


Seth and Zach got out the legos and spent the bulk of the evening making “sports” related creations because they wanted to enter a contest they read about in their Lego Jr. magazine.


I didn’t get a photo of Josh on Saturday because he spent much of the day in his room reading this:


Having 1:00 church definitely has it’s advantages.  Sleeping in.  No super early “before the block” meetings.  Plenty of time for breakfast…and even lunch.  And all four kids having time to create a collaborative piece of art:


And even time for Meagan to take silly pictures of Seth with my camera:


I love finding random pictures from the kids when I download pictures – sometimes they are my FAVES.  This is probably one of those times – how funny is that face?

We also went to Grandpa & Grandma’s to celebrate Blake’s 5th birthday…but I forgot my camera.  The cake was delicious and the company was even better.  When we got home, Zach and I snuggled up on the couch and watched a movieGrandma recommended:


I don’t take the time very often to just SIT and watch a movie at home…but it was awesome to just snuggle with my baby and watch this sweet movie.  I had not read the book and wasn’t familiar with the story until my mom told us about the play she went to yesterday in Orem.  It was a sweet little movie – but not as sweet as my little viewing companion – and a great way to wrap up a good weekend.

1 comment:

  1. Can't believe you never read Secret Garden growing up!!! One of the best stories!