Saturday, April 18, 2015

Tanger Outlets

We went to Park City's Tanger Outlets looking for some shoes for Tyler.  They has some party thing going on for the county in the parking lot.  Madison received a fire truck hat, balloon and had her face painted.  I'm not sure what she thought of the face painting.  Then we picked up some free food--hot dogs (I passed on that), sun chips, chocolate chip cookies, and water.  That was a nice surprise to our trip.

First Crush

Tyler and I decided to make tomato soup from scratch.  Tyler peeled all the tomatoes.  It was pretty good, but next time we are going to go lighter on the basil and spices.

She loves to paint.

 My first 5K.  Tyler wanted to run a 5K with me, but I was less than excited since I wasn't sure if I would have morning sickness or not.  Provo's Rex Lee run goes to cancer research.  I invited my sister a month before the run and then Tyler and I forgot all about it.  Kendra asked the day before if we were still planning on running, which we weren't planning on anything at that point.  Knowing Kendra wanted to run it we signed up.  The weather was nice and Madison was a good sport the whole time.  Mainly Tyler pushed the stroller.  At the end of the race, Tyler gave the stroller to Kendra (I was a few feet behind) and a bunch of people started cheering thinking Kendra was the mother/wife.  Tyler and Kendra said they could have kept going, but I was done and ready to eat my bagels and fruit BYU was serving.  It was a fun time, but I sure was wiped out by the time we got home from Provo that night.

Licking the rice krispies off the wooden spoon.


I babysat the kid of one of the sisters I visit teach in the ward.  Madison had an instant crush on Carter and they played well the whole afternoon.


Painting a stick they found in the back yard.

Time for a break.  When putting Madison down for a nap she told me she wanted a kiss from Carter.  I laughed and said "no".  Then she responded with, "only daddy".

The perfect biscuit.  

Hogel Zoo

Hogel Zoo offered a free admissions day back in Feb/March.  I decided to take Madison knowing how much she likes animals.  We almost didn't make it when she refused to get dressed in the morning.

She really wanted to push her stroller...and see the giraffes.