Spencer was practicing to be a good big brother. He gave the baby a bottle and a paci, and put her in the bouncer. Sweet boy.
Welcome to Utah, Glenny! He got to come for his spring break – as a surprise from mom and dad.
We got to go to the new Aquarium with Glen! It was so fun! I love having a free annual pass, and living 5 minutes away!
He loved the fish tanks that he could stand right up against.
He insisted on sitting on Glen’s lap for breakfast. He sure loved having his uncle around.
Way to get some air, Glen!
Glen LOVES In&Out, so we got to eat there a couple times. 🙂
Spencer loves his new Daniel Tiger friends. I was supposed to wait to let him have them when his sister came – but I just couldn’t. He was SO happy when he opened the Amazon package.
Rainy brothers basketball.
Glen helped me put the rest of the dots up. He’s a great helper.
And he was the lucky one that got to sleep in the pink room. 🙂
We went to Discovery Gateway Children’s Museum with John, Lucy, and Glen. Spencer loved it! Especially the helicopter. He’s got a thing for helicopters and motorcycles.
He was SO excited about the real life “heh-copter.”
We took Glen to dinner at Texas Roadhouse, and while we were waiting for a seat Spencer went with dad to explore the tractors that were close by. He was thrilled. Little boys…they are all the same. 🙂
Daddy built Spencer a cardboard box house to play in while we watched General Conference. It kept him pretty busy for awhile.
This is what staying home sick and working from home looks like.
Hard at work on our “pewters.”
During the Priesthood session of conference, we took Lucy to the aquarium. It was just as cool the second time. 🙂
Snuggling with dad during Conference.
He also was kept occupied with these little stickers. Good times trying to listen to conference and entertain a 1-year-old.
Watching the UK final four basketball game – we won!!
Happy 18th birthday, Glen – and GOOO Cats!!
Rubbing baby Ling-Ling for good luck.
We love Kentucky!
My twin brothers. Spencer got really confused when he would see them together. “One, one, another one, same!”