I suppose I had better recap our Spring Break.
Our usual plan for Spring Break is to head to sunny, warm California. However, since my sister Sarah had a baby, my mom was in UT helping her. So, I decided to take the kids and go to UT. We stayed with Rob's brother Mike and his family.
Because Tami (Mike's wife) in pregnant and not feeling too well, and I didn't want to hang out at Sarah's with my kids since she just had a baby, I tried to keep our days pretty packed.
Here is a rundown of what we did:
We arrived Monday afternoon and that evening attended a Broadway Revue put on by the Draper Arts Council (of which Mike is the president). His daughter Grace was in the play and it was loads of fun. It was very impressive for a community production. My one regret of the night is that I didn't snap a picture of her in her costume. One fun surprise of the night was that I ran into some friends we knew when we lived in Ohio. It was so great to reconnect with them.
Tuesday morning we went to my Grandma's house and had a nice visit with her. She is doing well. Sarah came with her baby. I cannot believe that I did not take one picture of their cute little guy! If you want to see him- you can click on her blog to the right!
That afternoon we headed down to Provo and saw the Carl Bloch exhibit at BYU. It was amazing! However, I did not get to delve too deeply as my four and two year old did not fully appreciate the experience. :)
After touring the exhibit we headed to the bookstore to buy the kids some BYU gear. Then we went to dinner with my sister and her new "friend." I will post more about him later if need be ;)
My mom was with us for the day and it was nice to be with her.The flowers were so pretty I made everyone stop for a picture. This next picture I took so we could text it to Rob. Poor guy was home working. (We were sort of rushed in the store and I couln't find a shirt Russ' size, so he is left out.) On Wednesday we went to a Children's Museum in Salt Lake City. The kids were very entertained and could have stayed all day if the little ones didn't get too tired. My mom came with Sarah's little Eli and he had a good time as well.