Kerri had to finish up some wedding stuff so we all did Kaci's favorite activity and Forrest's least favorite acvitiy, SWIMMING
Dad off in the itty bitty shade
Rylee is one of those rare children that loves to stick her face in the water. We kept trying to get her to blow out and do bubbles but she just wanted to stick her face in the water and laugh about it.
Kaci is a mermaid and can swim like crazy
She can even do a handstand. This girl is awesome!
Just keep swimming swimming swimming ...
Rylee liked swimming too
She was pro at kick kick kicking
Mom sat on the side with Forrest spraying everyone. Forrest would not get in the pool but he loved squirting people.
Rylee LOVED that her daddy didn't yell at her for splashing and thought GG was awesome that he could do BIG BIG splashes
Kaci was ridding on my back while I saw back and forth. I love being an aunt and getting to do stuff like this. Makes me feel like Aunt Marsha.
Later that evening we went up the canyon and had a fire with smores. I love driving up the canyons in Utah. They are so pretty! Rylee is big into pushing strollers and Forrest was not a fan of her pushing his around so he would get it while she pushed him, with the brakes on.
Talking with a fire going has to be one of my top favorite things to do.
Dad kept teasing Kaci. She is such a sport and put up with him all weekend.
My friend Bre was home from Japan for a few weeks so we planned on meeting in Utah so we could see each other. I got to meet her sweet little man Brayden. He looks just like his daddy. He was so happy. I just fell in love with his goofy little smile.
Why yes our children are pretty much the same size. Brayden is 4 months old at 18 pound and Rylee is 14 months old at 22 pounds.
And just cuz she is cute I included Rylee's Pebble hair due!
Oh and BJ has been dying for a piano and found a free one on craigslist. The lady said, "It's a piece of junk come get it out of my garage." We said GLADLY and got this beautiful piece that actually plays quite well. BJ and Rylee are so excited to get it into the house to start playing it.