We were able to come down south for a few days! The doctor told us Beck was totally okay to travel and he has been the happiest baby since the surgery so we were able to leave and go celebrate with Andrew’s family. We didn’t think we would go before the tubes were placed but those little things have changed everything for Beck. I didn’t realize the stress it had been putting on us until afterward when I wasn’t feeling it anymore… the last few months have been rough!
We were able to get out for some miles together thanks to a niece.
8 miles @ 8:23 average.
Andrew took the kids out swimming while Beck napped (he can’t get his ears wet for a little while) and I watched Stepmom. This was one of my favorite movies when I was a teenager… little did I know I would be a step mom one day too! This movie makes me cry (ehhh SOB) every single time I watch it.
And then we were off for the day…
I have a rule with our kids that if we come across a museum and have time, we go in and explore. I always get some complaining (mostly from Andrew this time;) before but then everyone is happy afterward when they learn something new.
We also made it to the park.
And she insists on wearing snow boots even though there hasn’t ever been enough snow in St. George for snow boots;)
We always love to go to the Pasta Factory because Andrew worked here as a teenager. I can never decide between their sauces so I get both.
Stopping for a spontaneous game of tag is always a good choice and reminded me why I never sign up for races/runs at night;)
Brooke was running so fast she was just a blur…
Have a movie that makes you cry every single time you watch it?
Do you enjoy movies or books that make you cry?
-Andrew is always so confused that my favorite books/movies make me cry and then I watch them again.
Did you work when you were a teenager? Where?
-I worked at Fazolis (a fast-food Italian restaurant) and then a smoothie place called Juice Press!