Craig and Seth did a few crafts, Lucy "colored" in her highchair and I put photos in the albums (see couch). This is how conference last weekend went for us. It was a continuous back and forth with the kids with a few glimpses of the speakers.
This weekend is THE RACE. Craig and I and perhaps the kids with drive up to St. George to watch him run the Marathon. A friend has offered to watch our kids for this overnighter, which is way too nice and I think we might just take them up on it. A little pre-baby honeymoon for Craig and I--with his brother Brent!! Brent decided to fly clear out west to visit and join us at the race--so nice to have family come, especially from LA, a rare treat for us.
The room is painted!! Now to assemble it back together...check back for photos.
My latest find is these Stonyfield Yogurt tubes. What is nice about these is they are all-natural, meaning no evil high-fructose corn syrup! I am obsessed with that ingredient--it is so bad for you, I know I'm looney. Anyway, I freeze them and the kids think they're eating popsicles when in actuality they are enjoying a healthful snack! (See pictured on right above).
Last, but not least, Craig's last "day" of nights was yesterday. There is a tangible difference in the household and the grumpiness level all around has diminished significantly. Hooray for a return to "normalcy"--as normal as residency life goes, right?
Craig with the kids on the mountain behind our house--a little between-session hike.