These next two posts are pictures from the wonderful Christmas break we had. It sure was fun having the wayward Kentuckyians and Texans with us awesome Utahns. We tried to convert them to our ways, but alas they returned home again unabashed. We still love them anyway.
Lydia singing with her dad. She sure takes after him in musical ability and in grinning.
We let a strange man into our house. He insisted he was Prince Daxton and was there for the Princess party. I think he is under disguise.
Princess Lydia, the good-natured one.
Princess Jaedyn, the free-spirited one.
Gorgeous makana with her daughter. I think Jaedyn has a future in the cosmetic industry.
I think everyone thoroughly enjoyed the princess party.
Bowling was the replacement for snowshoeing as the weather in Utah did not want to cooperate. It still was fun, especially for JD. He scored a game high of 116. Yeah, our family is looking to becoming professional bowlers.
See the basketball right next to the sleeping child's head? That's what Makana used to knock her child out and then cleverly created a sign as if Jaedyn had accidently fallen asleep. Don't worry, I was on to her clever ruse.
(Editor's note: no children were actually hurt in the taking of this picture)
They didn't understand the concept that they were supposed to go around the revolving door only once.
Practicing being models. What hotties! Except for the one of the right.. he can't be considered that for another two years.
Princess Grandma and Jaedyn are twinners! How beautiful.
We met the lion of the lord. He wasn't able to solve the flat spire mystery, but he did inform us that he was deep down, a fan of the Utes. We attributed this to his human tendencies.
Showing off their good looks.
Taking a tour of the church history museum, we debated whether or not we should try to fit all of us in the bunks to take a nap. Can't believe families actually had to do that.