Friday, April 28, 2017
Thursday, April 27, 2017
We had a low key spring break this year. We stayed home and spent time playing games and the kids played with friends. I finished up Michael's quilt top! It looks great.
Anna baked cookies with friends.
I tried making yeast doughnuts for the first time ever. Tyler LOVED them.
Tyler's new suit that he had made in China.
Date at the Temple.
We took the kids to Sweet Frog - first time ever, and a special treat for Spring Break.
Articulations by Jill Pierce at 1:18 PM
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
On Sunday, we went to church and I sang VIA DOLOROSA in Sacrament meeting. The primary children sang GETHSEMANE. I love listening to children sing. We came home and had a wonderful time talking and playing games together. I am so thankful for Jesus Christ and that He was resurrected! He is Risen.
Tyler picked up the yellow ties during his month in China for work.
Watching Easter Parade with my kids. I love that they watched the whole thing.
My two little rabbits!
Easter dinner with sparkling grape juice.
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Thursday, April 20, 2017
Everyone was so relaxed!
Snuggles with my pup, Maggie.
Lots of coloring.
Tyler returning from China late on Saturday night.
He crashed on Saturday afternoon. Jet lag isn't fun!
It was Keith's first time to attend the general priesthood session. Since I was driving to pick up Tyler from the airport, Sean took him. Keith had a great time. :)
Articulations by Jill Pierce at 1:27 PM
Sunday, March 19, 2017
Saint Patrick's Day is a holiday that my family didn't celebrate growing up, but I have decided to make new traditions with it for my own children, as I do have Irish heritage.
Four of my lil' leprechauns!
Wearing my lovely Irish earrings, which were a gift from my best friend, Nichole, who brought these back from Ireland for me.
The leprechaun's dyed the milk green! And we had lucky charms cereal for breakfast.
I made a 12 layer rainbow jello!
We had Irish beef stew for dinner. I also bought some rainbow goldfish crackers and skittles to put in their lunches.
An unrelated activity to St Patrick's Day - however it occurred that evening - was a get-together with some fabulous spanish-speaking ladies! We had a great time chatting, laughing, and eating some sumptuous Mexican and Peruvian foods. Yum!
Articulations by Jill Pierce at 3:33 PM