Nana and Papa admiring their new grandson
Our adorable nephew Logan
Nana and Papa with the grandkids
Getting the kids to pose Cole is SUCH an anti picture guy, we can rarely get a pic of his face
Tom Sawyer's island. I can't believe we have never been here! At Dresden's insistence we took the little boat over to the island and the kids absolutely loved it. I think we will make this a regular visit, especially for the busy days.
Savannah with her papa. We were lucky enough to go to Disney Land two days in a row, Thursday and Friday. Spring Break was in full swing and it was crazy busy. It took 30 minutes to get into the parking structure. Not a good sign. But once inside, as busy as it was, the lines still moved along and we made it on several rides. We spent the first day with Geoff, Rebecca and sons. We enjoyed being with them and Savannah and Cole love being with them. The following morning we woke up and did it all again. This time we met my sister and brother in law with there kids Logan and Dresden, along with my parents. We were introduced to Tom Sawyers Island. I've canoed around it, taken a River boat around it, but never stepped foot on the island until this trip. It was great. It had huge tunnel systems that had numerous routes you could take. Savannah and Cole could have played in them for hours I think. There was also a great big tree house that looks over the whole island once your up at the top. Then there were these crazy bridges that have wooden barrels floating under the suspension bridge, so when you walk across it, they sink down into the water and make it really hard to walk. Watching Cole try to cross the bridge on his own was pretty funny.
Then today, Sunday the 29th of March, I had the privilege of blessing little Creed in church. We had so many members of our family here to support the little guy. We loved it! We enjoyed everyones company here at our home and are so thankful that they were all able to come. We know we are so blessed to have so many people who love us and our kids. But now it is 7:25pm, the crowds are gone and life is back to normal. Thank you all for your love and support. We love you and will miss you until we see you again.