Friday, July 11, 2008

Memory Lane

So one of my high school classmates had this idea and I loved it so here we go.

1. As a comment on my blog, leave a memory that you and I had together. It doesn't matter if you knew me a little or a lot, anything you remember, good or bad but be nice please! ;)

2. Next, re-post these instructions on your blog. If you don't want to play on your blog, or if you don't have a blog, I'll leave my memory of you in my comments.

3.If you also have a memory of my children or husband please leave your memory of them too.

Have fun;)

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

The Bean Museum

Last week I took the kids down to the Bean Museum at BYU. It was a great day to get out of the house and do something other then sit around. Whitnee did much better with the stuffed animals then the live ones.

I thought this was really neat, it is made up of many different kinds of butterflies to make one really big one.

As we turned the corner and saw this Ostrich, Whitnee said "chicken" it was funny.

WOW what a really BIG bear.

And I love this shot, Nic is telling Whitnee to smile at the camera, and the look she is giving him if priceless, you can tell she loves her big brother.

It was a lot of fun and I think we will go back soon.

Petting Zoo!!!

We took the kids to Thanksgiving Points Petting Zoo last month, we were planning on meeting Kids on the Move there for the activity that week taking place of swimming lessons for Whitnee. So when we got there they informed me we missed it by 2 days, (story of my life). So we decided to go through any ways. I think it was a lot better to, not so many kids there.

Kortnee riding a horse

Nic riding a horse.
(we actually had Whitnee on one but she could not keep her head up so we pulled her off)

So we started out with the sheep, Whitnee loved it until it spoke to her.
Baa Baa Baa, if Whitnee could have climbed out of her chair and over the back she would have.
this was her respose to the sheep :( it took us a bit to calm her down, the goats next to the sheep were our saving grace only because they had little babies born the day before and they were so cute and tiny Whitnee loved that.
The rest of the visit she kept her distance and told us no a lot. The favorites that night were the pigs (sleeping) the bunnies (sleeping) and the little baby goats.

Here we are looking at the baby goats.
All in all it was an okay visit but one Whitnee would probably be okay never to see again.
(which is not okay so we will be going back.)