So after McKay's birthday we mostly just hung out.
And were reminded of why everyone LEAVES Jackson in the spring.
We brought snow clothes.....there wasn't much snow left. We brought swim suits to take to the indoor water park......it was closed for spring break. And there's a reason it's called MUD season in Wyoming this time of the year.
Don't mistake my joking, it was totally awesome to do NOTHING but visit the grandparents. Their house is fun and stocked with toys. My Mom is also in the process of going through things after the move and giving or throwing away the unnecessaries. I had the kids use old piano books of mine, activity books, and regular old book books that I haven't seen since childood. I don't remember these sombreros, but she saved them for me since she knew Hunter was disappointed Jason and I hadn't brought him one back from Mexico. What I'm going to do with them I don't know.
We of course drove to Star Valley to visit my Grandma Clark. She had a little bit more snow and the boys thought it was GREAT FUN to shovel it.
Hey, whatever floats their boat.
Hunter gave his Grandma Great a piano concert while we were there.
Then we decided to go somewhere for NO FAIL anytime of the year fun. Bowling!
Oh my goodness this was so fun. And funny.
This was only McKay's 2nd time bowling, but he did great. He didn't even want to use the dinosaur looking thing to help roll the ball.
Hunter was pretty consistent, but he was disappointed he didn't get a strike this time.
Grandma got a strike and a couple spares.
I came in 2nd.
Of course my Dad came in first. He even gave me some pointers that helped me get better.
And Ash just wanted to climb on the dinoaur thing. (Anyone know what this thing is called?)
Then we went out for Pizza. Pretty great day.
Most of the week the weather fluctuated between sunny spring weather and dumping snow. The first day it dumped snow if was kind of fun.
Then the teasing and tempermental weather just became cruel. Spring or Winter? Make up your mind already!
Sunday was General Conference so we drove back to Star Valley (through snow, hail, fog, then sunshine) to watch it with my Grandma and Uncle Jeff's family. Jeff stole my phone and decided to take pictures while I wasn't looking.
(See all the snow in the background? That came down while we were watching conference.)
(These pictures are pre-snow.) All of a sudden a herd of deer wandered into the yard so the boys abandoned conference to run out and see.
Hunter: I want to shoot them!
Jeff: Ok, here's my gun. Pretend to shoot them.
It's in their blood I guess.