Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Smithfield Health Days

Boy do I NOT love being in parades, but boy do I LOVE my husband and want to do whatever I can to help his business. So we all hauled up in the pickup in freezing cold weather and chucked bouncy ball eye balls down the streets of Smithfield like nobody's business.
We had to pay big bucks for these drivers.

And while we were out playing and sliding on the fun stuff around the park......
This man was all business. It turned out to be a great day and we had a lot of fun. Can't wait until next year. haha

Musical Recital

Katie teaches Avery violin lessons and I teach Gabe piano. Katie thought it would be a good idea to give these two boys a recital. So when we all went to Bear Lake one weekend, we put on a little recital for these little guys. They worked so hard to get ready for it and they were so proud of themselves when they were done.

They both did a great job and it is so fun to see them learn to play a musical instrument.

2010 Pine Wood Derby

Gabe's first Pine Wood Derby car.....
what a proud boy and father....
and the winner of the 2010 North Cache Stake Pine Wood Derby goes to......
Gabriel Passey! Callin prepared him for the worst. He told Gabe, "If this car doesn't make it to the end of the race track you can't cry." Turns out those two can make a pretty good derby car after all. Good job boys!

Gabe got Baptized!

I can't believe that Gabe is already old enough to be baptized! What a good kid he is. I am so proud of him and the example he is to his brothers. His baptism was perfect and we got to enjoy the entire day with so many family members and friends.

Later that night we all went for a really fun bike ride around town and then we got a little bored and decided to do yoga hand stands. It was a perfect day.


While the husbands went to the priesthood session of conference, the girls and the kids had an Easter Egg hunt at Grandma's house. It was lots of fun even though the hunt was inside due to bad weather.
We also enjoyed ourselves coloring Easter eggs. I don't think Kai could see a thing through that hat but he wasn't about to take it off.
We also had our own passover dinner. Grandma told the story and talked about what all of the food represented and we all had a wonderful time eating it. I think we started a new Easter tradition.
I think this bucket is bottomless. He can't believe that the Easter Bunny would bring so much candy just for him. What a happy boy!