Jonah sat in the baby wagon and grunted until John took him for a ride.
He eventually toppled out, but the whole thing was so funny to watch.
Jonah wanted to wear the carseat strap and John made it into a bandolier for him.
Linc is always great about sharing with Jonah. Not so much Lou or Scott, but for some reason Jonah taking over his toys never bothers him.
I could usually get the other 3 kids napping in the afternoon and Scott had alone time with me. His activity of choice the last few weeks has been painting.
While Wendy was here we went to the temple.
We brought John's parents along, too.
Wendy watched the boys for us in the visitor's center while we went in the temple. Scott cried because he wanted to go inside, too.
It made me grateful to be sealed to my family.
Library play time is all about the trucks.
Jonah playing his lid game while I try to cook. It typically helps for a few minutes.
Scott being such a helpful shopping companion.
Jonah and Lou having some side-by-side baby play. I try to stagger their lunches so they have time to play without big kids and vice versa.
Linc riding his "motorcycle."
So, of course, Scott has to ride his motorcycle.
John started weekly stake volleyball.
Jonah found the cutest little baby walking around Home Depot's door aisle.
We took Wendy to Happy Hollow to show her our favorite mini-putt ride. There was no line, so they rode it a half dozen times in a row. Until the clanging bell did me in and we moved on to the playground.
The nursery leader ran an errand and his daughter held Scott's hand while he was gone. I guess she needed some comforting with him away.
Scott likes to line his Duplo blocks across the board. He gets upset when Jonah pulls them off, but I remind him that it's Jonah's board from his birthday and he'll say, "Jonah sharing, thank you!"
They like the library Duplo table, too. Wendy was home with the sleeping little kids when I took the big boys to story time, so we stayed for the craft activity. They wore their crowns all day.
This is why Jonah gets hosed down 3 times a day.
Now that he can walk I let him play in the backyard a lot more. He's started trying to play t-ball.
This pretty much sums up having two kids for us: one is ecstatically steering and the other is trying to climb out.
Scott giving Anna a ride around her backyard.
It felt like we didn't do much, but that's a lot of activities for two weeks!