Thursday, November 13, 2014


 Ellie's school choir was invited to sing the national anthem at an "honor the veterans" day.
 We went to the pancake breakfast and watched her sing.
 There were also displays and re-enactments set up that we were able to walk around.

 We had Emma's 11th birthday at the summit where we played laser tag, arcade games and had pizza and cupcakes.

 This is our semi annual tent that we make to watch conference.

 The pictures from here on out are a bit out of order. Mia's kindergarten class went to Miller Farms.  This is her friend Hannah. While there we picked carrots, potatoes, onions, green beans, and pumpkins. We came home and made a delicious stew.

 Emma's fifth grade performed a concert with a theme of "Go out west".
 Kyle completed his first half marathon.  He did it in about 2 hours 20 minutes.  Not bad for having little to no training.   I was impressed.

 More Miller farms.

 Bishop Houghton has an annual pumpkin patch pick at his house in October.  The girls picked the smallest ones there.
 For Ellie's 14th birthday we went to the mall and had a scavenger hunt, then out for gelato and some shopping.
 This is her on her actual birthday.
 For Halloween Brooklyn was a peacock.
 The young women presidency all dressed up like nerds.  This is my take.
 Mia was a cute witch.

 Ellie was a devil.
 Dad was a hill billy dentist.
 And Emma was a tin girl.
The school always has a Halloween parade.  Here is Brookie in the parade.