Monday I went to Costco to drop off all of my and Allan’s old VHS and camcorder tapes to be converted to DVDs. We haven’t watched our old home videos in YEARS. It’s going to be SO FUN to see our wedding and when I was pregnant with Brooklyn and when she was a baby and when Sierra was a baby! I’m SO excited!! 🙂
It takes 4-6 weeks, though. Boo hoo. I’ve waited over 5 years to watch them and yet this month feels like forever. haha! I just can’t wait to see my daughters as babies again!
At Costco I needed to get cash back because the food court only takes cash and I had zero. I didn’t want to stand in the crazy long checkout lines in order to buy something to get cash back so instead I took a few pictures of us by the photo booth and printed them for like 60 cents. And then got $20 cash back on a <$1 purchase!
Sierra’s star student at school this week. She came home with this poster and set to work on it. She didn’t pause to plan or decide how to do it, she knew what she wanted to do and went for it! I wish I was as decisive as that child is!!
It’s a tradition in our family (and probably most other LDS families, I would guess) to get scriptures as a gift when our 8 year old gets baptised. Sierra’s getting baptised next month so I got her some scriptures with her name engraved on them. She picked out this cute little carrying case and was giddy with excitement. She kept telling me it was the best day of her life over and over again 🙂
I never blogged about our experience in our new church. I started to a few weeks ago but got bored of telling the story. Basically the very first day we went to church was a really awesome experience. My kids were so adorable and friendly and we like the ward and people so… all good things. Maybe I should write the specifics in my journal? Like, about how each kid felt and how they acted.
But anyway, here are a half dozen pictures from church. The first few from two weeks ago and the last few from this past Sunday.
After our gospel doctrine class (where Allan and I go together) we like to peek in on the kids in primary before I head to Relief Society and Allan’s off to Elder’s Quorom.
Everett was happy.
This day it got up to almost 70 degrees. When we got back in our car after ice cream it was hot. Payson was wearing a long sleeved shirt and asked if he could take it off because he was soooo hot!