Monday, May 26, 2008

freezing in Utah

Mom and I drove up to Utah Saturday with three little girlies squished in the back of her Honda Accord. They were snug as a bug. (I forgot my camera cords so I can't download my pictures so pictures will be coming) The trip went well except a few moments of crying which came from the least likely person (or so I thought). Savannah had two twenty minute bouts of crying. Between an 8-week old, a 3 1/2 year old and a 5 year old, I least suspect the oldest to be the biggest problem. Reagan did decide to get angry for the last 45 minutes and cried. It broke my heart, but we were so close that I just didn't want to stop so we continued on and boy was she glad when we got there.

Sunday I didn't even take her carrier to church because I felt so bad about that last hour of the trip. She got spoiled for three hours of church, being held constantly. Lucky girl. Speaking of church, it was lovely with 3 adults and 8 children under the age of 6. Only the wild and crazy Noah T. had to be escorted out by his dad. What a wild man! And that little Ryder is 7 months and the cutest baby EVER! All you have to do is look at the boy and he rewards you with the hugest, cutest smile. Gotta love it. Reagan is starting to smile a lot more and I love it.

Savannah and London are loving their wild and crazy boy cousins. Savy jumped right in with the wrestling, etc. while London took a while to warm up to it all. I think this is going to be the best week of their summer just playing and being free without 100+ weather.

Well, we're off to relax and do nothing. Just what I need right now. It is also way colder than we expected and we're absolutely freezing! Who would have thought the high would be in the 50's at the end of May?


Amy said...

Aidan just asked if the girls could come to the park with us tomorrow. :( I'm suddenly sad that you guys are up there having fun without us and we'll be lonely for a long while!

Megan said...

How fun to be in Utah, I always love my Utah visits, you'll have a great time. And isn't it always funny how it's the oldest that sometimes can be the most difficult?
Sorry it's so cold too, that's always a bummer. I'm sad because it's suppose to thunderstorm all weekend here, and I want it to be nice for when Jo and the girls get here! Argghhh!!!

Susan said...

I agree about it being cold!! We had a few nice days where we could get out and play, but them the rain starts. I want a cloudy 70 degree day.