Happy, terrified feeling as we became new travel trailer owners.
Our first adventure came on the first day with our new trailer. No worries, a hard working crew and some jumper cables did the trick. Oh boy, what are we in for!
In family field-trip tradition, two of our crew got lost at the museum. Good news, they were together and found.
Ants on my hands after exercising and stretching on the grass.
Sometimes I feel like I’m with the seagulls in finding Nemo and they are all pecking and saying , mom, mom, mom, mom”. But, when I can’t pull out of the garage without them running out to give me hugs and kisses I have to be grateful for that love!!
Family walk to the park – Basketball and playground together and Max enjoying the sunset!
While I went to BYU Women’s conference, these guys helped Grandpa with some big projects. They partied and slept in the trailer just for fun.
I enjoyed yummy food and time sweet time with my mom and sister.
I was reminded of the Ides of Middle School – it put my homeschool problems in perspective and I felt grateful my middle school aged kids are here.
Inaugural campout in the new trailer. Jazz game, friends, food, chess – we are off to a good start!
Burton finished the Book of Mormon- Way to go Burton
Reading scriptures in morning gave me a foundation to refer to when problems arose pretty much instantly as the kids woke up. 2 Nephi 2:1
Simon and Max loved playing a new pick-up game of Nickname tag at the park
Alone?! Kids went to the park alone!
After researching and looking for a trailer we found one that was even better than we had hoped for. It has all of our must-haves and… it’s bright on the inside. I thought I’d have to redo an old one to lighten up the colors and feel. Very thankful… and excited to tackle the colors on the exterior=) The boys played hide and seek inside for longer than one would think possible and are excited to have a fun new space to adventure in. We are humbled and thankful for how things are falling into place – into a place we didn’t expect but into the place they belong.
It’s good while hard things are happening.