The kids and I flew out to Utah for a week of fun. Everything seemed to happen so fast with getting our home listed, showings and under contract that this was a very much welcomed/needed trip. We had a blast playing with family and friends, meeting my new niece, attending wedding "parties", visiting Great Grandma Munns on the farm and just having fun wherever we were going!
Flying with the two kids isn't bad, especially when technology is in our carry-on.
They were both so excited to see Grandma and Grandpa that they even pitched in around the house doing the dinner dishes.
Lots of time spent in the backyard. Grandpa help Luke dial in some of his batting skills.
I had Luke get his haircut while we were there. Emma desperately wanted her turn in the beauty chair. The stylist was super nice and let her have a turn. No haircut, just a new do. Emma had quite the serious face on, but loved all of the attention.
Making the goats work for their snack.
My kids love their cousins and these guys were so nice to love them back!
One afternoon, Luke woke up to this project going on in the garage. He was in heaven.
Getting some good snuggle time in with Sadie, Tom and Staci's sweet baby girl.
Whenever Luke talks about Utah, he ALWAYS talks about the "big train" at Grandma and Grandpa's house. He has an absolute love for trains. I thought it was very fitting that he fell asleep while playing with it-I bet his dreams were filled with everything train.
On our flight home, Emma set up a "diaper changing station". I thought she was pretty cute and clever. This was about 10 minutes before she lost the contents of her stomach-not quite as cute. Luckily, I managed to catch 99.9% of it in a ziplock bag. Another parenting milestone achieved.