Tuesday, May 18, 2010

More Catch Up. . .

While we were in Utah my parents were just starting on the addition to their house. Campbell didn't seem too interested but Logan thought the whole thing was pretty exciting.

Nana brought Logan out to watch the big excavator, dump truck, and busy workers in action.

What a lucky kid Logan is, he got to drive in the excavator. I wish that I could have captured his facial expressions. It was priceless!

As if that wasn't enough they let him climb on and play with the skid steer. It was cold and Logan was still waking up so I had a hard time capturing all of his enthusiasm but he really was in heaven.

Logan also discovered the trampoline while we were in Utah. It was not easy getting him to get off when it was time to go.
(Once again, my pictures got somewhat out of order as I was downloading them)

The trampoline was my parents' next door neighbors trampoline and Logan was excited to wave to Nana on the otherside of the fence.

Aren't the mountains amazing? I miss you mountains!

Wednesday, May 12, 2010


We were lucky enough to spend Easter at both grandparents houses. First Logan and Campbell had an easter egg hunt at Grandma Elsie's.

Campbell was actually really good at finding eggs. It was serious business for him and he seemed to understand the concept of finding eggs and putting them in his basket.

Cambell got this dinosaur puppet in his basket and the boys have been having fun with it ever since although Campbell is still getting over his fears.

Then we headed over to Nana and Papa's to die eggs with cousin Creed. We all put on Papa's old t-shirts to avoid dye accidents on our clothes. It is so fun to see Logan playing with his cousins as he gets bigger.

The dying group: Stephanie, Creed, Logan, Mike, and Papa.

Larry cheered us on and tended new baby Oliver.

Logan really enjoyed dying the eggs and eating them.

Here are the boys ready for another hunt.

Here are our pretty eggs, well mine atleast, Mike ate his.

The hunt.

Thanks for the bunny ears Creed.
We got to listen to conference, visit with family, and ate really yummy food. It was a great Eatser!