recruited some friends yesterday by putting out the bounce house in the front yard instead of the backyard. Also found out that we can connect the bounce house to the outdoor shower instead of the hose so we can have hot water, which increased playtime by 100 percent, next time we reapply sunscreen accordingly. I was not prepared to stay out from 9am to 8pm. We had different waves of friends come and play ALL DAY. Mission accomplished. Also have to document that London loved splashing in the pool. It was the official kick off to sunny days.
Best of 2019 : expanding our family by 6! feet .
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It took a little longer to get a picture of all 7 of us than I thought it would (3 weeks) but I am so grateful we got one. I hope you are all enjoying your Christmas break. We are adjusting to our new family dynamic and trying to break the the vampire sleep cycle with London.
photos taken by: https://www.photobymarina.com/
Not going to lie, skiing with a handful of kids is a lot of work. You may not get a lot of runs in, but it is great exercise. One day we are going to easily all go down the slopes, but until then, we’ll be making the fondest of memories and laughing all the way.
*sometimes I wonder what my children are going to think of us as parents when they look back on these pictures? My parents were nuts? Or if they’ll follow in our footsteps?
Our family values our time skiing together, and love introducing our kids early, so they too will grow up loving it. Skiing is a lifelong sport.
You don’t have to take my word for it, there’s the perfect ski vacation waiting for you! We want you and your families to enjoy skiing and we believe that Utah is the best place to ski. If you get the chance to visit the 801, you have to visit one of Ski Utah’s 15 resorts it represents across Utah.
The Ski Utah Passport Program is your ticket to winter fun for your 5th and 6th graders!
Ski Utah’s 5th and 6th Grade Passport Program is completely digital. Children go up to the resort window, give their name and birthdate, the resort employee looks them up and they are ready to go! Quick and easy. 5th graders get 3 days (45 days total) and 6th graders get 1 day (15 days totally) at all 15 Utah resorts for a one-time fee of $45. The program is available to any 5th and 6th graders in the world! The Passport also provides hundreds of dollars in discounts on lessons, rentals, off hill activities and even accompanying adult lift tickets, a huge savings for families.
Flying in? There are 10! resorts within an hour of the airport, so it’s easy to try different mountains with the Passport program.
If you have any questions at all, do not hesitate to reach out and ask. Here’s also a direct link (HERE) to their website. If you come to Utah you have to let me know, who knows maybe I’ll see you on the slopes!
*here’s a link for additional coupons : https://www.skiutah.com/passes/passports/coupons
*plus a link for additional information on the passport passes: https://www.skiutah.com/passes/passports/fifth-grade-passport-faq
Feeling all sorts of thankful for the time I was able to spend with my family on my babymoon. When we were packing up and leaving my husband looked at me and said lets go home and have a baby ~chills~ I loved making lasting memories as a family. I couldn’t ask for anything more.