Some of the pluses of our little town home are the non-existence of yard work and my ability to clean our limited living space during the week. This usually leaves us lots of time to play on the weekends.
This month we took the kids to the indoor city pool.
The highlights were waiting to get dumped on by the bucket and the big water slide.
We went to the zoo for the first time in over a year. The kids couldn’t of been more excited and it did not disappoint.
Trina and TJ met us there, which made for a pretty amazing adult:kid ratio.
We lucked out and a worker was feeding the giraffes right next to us. Macey was in Giraffe heaven.
Ruby’s favorite part was the carousel. She laughed and waved her arms in excitement the entire time. In normal Crew fashion, he cried about how he was scared until it started and then he loved it.
Ruby kept giving Crew hugs in the stroller and I tried not to die from the cuteness of it all.
And, like always, all 4 kids poised perfect for a picture to remember our trip by. :)
We ventured to Antelope Island one Sunday after church. I’ve mostly only heard horror stories of the gnats, so we wanted to get there before it got to warm and they all hatched.
We ended up with pretty good timing, as on the drive to the island, there were black tornados of them on both sides of the road. But once we were on the island, we got to enjoy the awesome scenery nearly gnat free.
Our kids happy place is climbing around on rocks, so Buffalo Point was like heaven to them.
After about 45 min of climbing around, we had to pull them away to go check out the sand before it got dark.
We then had to drag them away from playing in the sand prematurely too, as we had a long drive home and school in the morning.