Luke decided to join daddy for a bit of weightlifting
Sunday, July 4, 2010
On the 26th of June, Trev's brother Caleb married Ariel in the Bountiful Temple. The wedding was beautiful. They also had great weather for the day. I should have taken more pictures, but honestly, I forgot. Oh well, I'm sure there'll be some lovely ones taken by the wedding photographer- maybe I'll update later.
The wedding colours were hot pink and green. We bought matching ties for all the little boys to wear. Here's Luke and cousin Braylen, who doesn't seem very happy but I'm not sure why.
And I just love this one- Luke with his great-grandpa Guild. So cute!
Friday, July 2, 2010
Welcome to our first niece, Lily Watts! Lily was born last week and she's just perfect. My brother, Jonny and his wife Cassie now have a boy and a girl, and what cuties they are! I only wish we could be with them and cuddle this little bundle-
Isn't she just darling?!
Congratulations to a lovely family!
ps. can you believe this was only a few hours after Cassie had given birth? lucky thing...
Friday, June 11, 2010
And on the way home, Luke had his very first Slurpee!
We had lots of fun and decided that we need to do many more little trips like this when we get the chance. (when the rain goes away)
ps. I love walking in the cemetery the day/week after memorial day. The flowers are so pretty!
Friday, June 4, 2010
At the end of May, I had the wonderful opportunity to meet up with my dear friend and former mission companion, Ros. Ros lives in England, and she travelled to Salt Lake en route to visit friends in North Carolina. I'm so glad she stopped in Utah, because it was simply lovely to talk with her and share a few memories. We served in South Shields together, in 2005.
I just love her positive attitude about everything. She is just a delight to be with and I'm happy we had chance to serve together- she's an example to me. It's just a shame she lives so far away.
We decided to make a day of it, we took the kids for their first visit to the Salt Lake Temple grounds. There was a lot of building work going on in downtown SLC so it was a bit hard to navigate.
On the way home, we stopped at Smith and Edwards, a massive shop that sells lots of random things. We can never leave there without buying stuff that we didn't plan on buying. This time we bought a puzzle for Lainey and a little tractor for Luke (which he has labelled his 'cool tractor') I was lucky and came away with a nice outdoorsy type coat.