Monday, August 29, 2011
So the family decided to go bowling one Saturday morning. Dad is showing his professional "get a strike every time" form!
Claire has her own professional bowling form. I thought this picture looked just like Candice at that age.
Here Mom and Claire wait for one of Mom's awesome scores to be posted.
The kids demonstrating the proper way to consume fried cafeteria cuisine.
Here is Dad wishing he could eat some of that delicious cafeteria cuisine. But NOPE!
I have started a tradition of making quilts for my kids to take to college. Aiden very excitedly informed me he wanted a Pokemon quilt. He gave me some pictures of Poke-balls that he liked, and I re-created them in fabric. He LOVES this quilt. I just hope he isn't mocked too much by his roommates.
Here we are en route to BYU Provo. We were also bringing my niece, Madison, home to Utah.
Here are some photos of Aiden's apartment. None of his roommates had arrived at this time. He stayed three nights by himself in the apartment. This is the front livingroom.
This is the kitchen.
And this is his room that he shares with one other guy. There are 3 guys total in his apartment. He loves having his desk right next to his bed. It all looks so clean right here. I would love to take a photo in a couple of months. I bet none of the rooms would be this clean?!
We didn't have the time or money to go on a big summer vacation this year. So we went on a "day"-cation. We took the family to San Francisco for the day. We started at the SF Zoo. Of course Little Richard wasn't with us. He was at Disneyland with friends. He hasn't been on a family vacation in 4 years.
Claire was very anxious to see a hippopotamus. She was able to get pretty darn close. He was sleeping though.
Lindsey and Aiden found some stray peacock feathers on the ground and decided to stick them in their pants. Most little kids thought it looked great, and wondered where they could get some too!
All the kids had to pose with Claire's new friend.
Then we ate lunch at a park. Even though it was August, it was too cold. So we ate our lunch in the car next to the park. Afterward we went to Exploratorium. Here Aiden is exploring some kind of force that spins you around with the wheel.
Dad and Lindsey were sharing the "whisper" game. If you've been to Exploratorium then you will recognize this. Otherwise it is too difficult to explain.
Dad and I sharing an intimate moment in the big Papa Bear dining chair.
I loved this photo of Aiden and Stone. It is true to their personalities.
Lindsey accidentally walked in front of a shot that Dad was taking. But I loved the resulting photo of the back of her head. I love the curly tendrils down her neck, and the "ever so Lindsey" ponytail buns in her hair.
This was Dad's favorite exhibit. It has to do with a state of confusion. "Should I drink or not?"
The toilet has never been used, it is completely sanitary, but just the negative connotation in our minds of toilets can cause one to pause before drinking. Claire makes it look all so elegant.