The experiences and insights of a family that was formed by divine meddling: a woman who is the 6th of 11 children from UT and a man who is an only child, 1st-generation American and became 1st-generation LDS, met in the Atlantic ocean and well, read on...
Monday, April 09, 2012
We took these pictures after church yesterday. It was a little chilly, but it sure was a beautiful day.
We had a great Easter egg hunt and dinner with friends and family. We live in the perfect spot to host a party. Most of the buildings around us are all empty and we're pretty much the only family here with kids, so we didn't have to worry about any neighbor kids trying to steal all the eggs before we had a chance to get to them.
All the kids lined up ready for the hunt! We had Renee and her family over as well as the Krueger family, the Haurand Family, and the Botill family. We also had a friend Melissa and her two kids come for a little while. It was a great time.
Run Eva, Run!
The kids with their findings.
Above is Kat and Mark. They're always a great addition to any party. :) Below is Mark holding their cute baby Cole (whom you can't see in the picture unfortunately. He's sooo dang cute) and Renee. Renee brought all the desserts and holy cow! She sure put a lot of work into it. I wish I had a picture of everything she did.
Above is Blake and Diane Botill. Blake's sister is in my mom and dad's ward in Elk Ridge. It sure is a small world. Below is Emily and her two children. Her hubby has been out of town for quite a few weeks for work. He'll be home in a week or so. He was missed, but we are grateful we got to have the rest of their family over. Her little boy's name is Hans (pretty cool right?).
This is Joe and Kadence (Mark and Kat's two youngest kids). My kids are in love with them.