Friday, April 3, 2015

Family Fun

The weekend after Disneyland we took the kids to the U of A Book Fair. They had a lot of fun tents set up with stuff for the kids to do. We even saw Ronald McDonald do some magic tricks, a little circus show, and the kids each got a free book.

They loved the Habitat for Humanity tent where they got to decorate their own hard hats.

One night we took the kids bowling. We only did one game thinking they wouldn't last long, but they loved it so much they probably could have gone on forever.

Easton would get so excited for his turn and would bolt to get his ball, roll it down, and then run back as fast as he could to grab another ball.

Last Saturday we went to Grandma and Grandpa Clayton's so Chad and Grandpa could work on the trailer. So Grandma, the kids, and I headed to a cute little carnival close to their house. The kids loved playing games, riding the Bushwacker Express Train, and getting their faces painted.

On Monday night we dyed some Easter eggs and I am happy to report we had no blue children this year. They all stayed clean which was shocking.

Easton was so proud of his blue shark egg.

At Sophie's school they have a tradition every year for the kindergartners where they have a phonogram  wedding to teach the kids that letters work together as a team just like a husband and wife. They drew names to see who was going to be the bride, groom, best man, maid of honor, etc. Sophie was totally excited that she was picked to be the bride and her best friend just happened to be the Maid of Honor.

And to top it off her friend Landon was picked to be the groom. (They have a secret handshake, Chad says we should be worried haha).

All the kids represented a letter and walked down the aisle together paired as phonograms. Sophie was Q and Landon was U together they were Mr. and Mrs. Qu. 

All the kids were dressed up and were very cute. Sophie loved that she got to wear my veil and thanks to an awesome lady in Grandma Clayton's ward for lending us the perfect dress!

They ended the ceremony by saying "May you all read Happily Ever After!"

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