Of course, right before heading out to go camping for spring break, Wyatt jumps funny on his leg on the trampoline and then he won't walk on it for 2 days. So we squeezed in a quick trip to urgent care to x-ray everything and make sure we were good to go.
We had a pit stop in St. George to pick up grandpa and grandma's RV and then headed to Zion's National Park for a few days.
We were lucky to get a camping spot, it was packed!
We found a spot, set up camp, and then started eating. We ate so much junk in such a short amount of time...it was pretty gross/impressive...depending on who you ask. :)
The kids were in heaven! The big kids slept in the tent, and we had Wyatt and Bailey who slept in the RV with us.
These big boulders were right by our sight, so the kids played and played on them.
We tried to go hiking, but the weather didn't cooperate. So we took the shuttle up the mountain, got off for a quick walk, and then rode it back down again.
Grandpa and Grandma came and met us for the day to hike and have dinner with us.
"Mom, look a W!!"
Zion's really is beautiful!
I am excited for this new faze of life we are getting into. No more babies, we can start doing more things like this. Camping is so much work, but it is so much fun!
Now we just need a boat! (Did I say that out loud?)
We had a pretty amazing YW lesson on temple work. I want to remember the spirit I felt that day.
The laurels are tying quilts for all the laurels graduating this year. This is the first one we did. Veronica, you will be missed!
I had to snap a pic of this positive peer pressure in action. Because we were sitting next to Wyatt's 2 little friends in sacrament meeting, and they were singing, Wyatt got his book out and was trying to sing the hymns too. It was pretty cute.
Wyatt was a champ! He kicked back in the chair with his shades on and did great! He had some pretty protective big sisters making sure the dentist wasn't going to do anything to hurt their little brother.