We stopped at the Mt. Timpanogos temple in Utah before we drove to Idaho. Yesterday was our 5th anniversary, so we thought it would be appropriate to stop and walk around at least.
Philip gave Summer a kiss in the same place we had a kiss when we got married. She seems a little grossed out by it or something.
We met up with Sharlee and Amy two of my first roommates from Rick's College. It was such a blast. I am so glad I chopped my hair, because it looks horrible in this picture.
We went to the Easter egg hunt, and Summer was just too shy to do anything. I don't know why. I had to force her to pick something up. I was so surprised too because she loves candy.
Philip's parent's and his brother Andrew drove down to see us while we were there. We went to Leanne's house in Rexburg. Summer and Grandpa Harvey went out back and poured rocks in each other's hair. Interesting pastime:).
The Easter Bunny came, and left Summer a basket hidden in the dryer. She thought it was so hilarious.
After my sister had her baby we went to visit her at her house in Victor, ID. Summer had a goal of eating snow. She talked about it for months. It just happened to snow while we were there. My niece Tatum took her outside and they caught snow in their mouths.
Summer amazed by this large snowball.
Philip enjoyed holding my new nephew Dawson. He really was so fun to hold. I always forget how tiny they are, and so lovable.
My nephews had marshmallow guns. Philip loved it, and joined in. He even found this random mask and put it on to really get into it I guess. I was fun to see him chase my nephews all around the house pelting each other with marshmallows. Apparently it actually hurts.
Summer and I went to the salon together and Lindsey gave both of us haircuts. It was fun and exciting. Summer did incredible compared to the last time when she bawled hysterically the whole time.
Our after shot in the salon.
A wagon ride in the mud. How fun.
We got together with a very good friend Becca and her kids. Lincoln and Grant had fun burying Summer in the sand.
There is a caboose by my mom's house at the rodeo grounds. We go over there to let the kids play. Summer was hanging on it and playing on it for quite a while. She loved it.
From the caboose.
It was such a great trip, and we look forward to going again. Hopefully sometime in the near future. Texas has a lot to see and do too hint, hint.