Tuesday, March 31, 2009

A Day of Fun with the Cousins

My sister, Amy, and her family came to Utah for their Spring Break and on Friday we decided to let our kids take the day off of school and spend the day with their cousins at Classic Fun Center in Sandy. We had such a fun time and were there for over 6 hours. The kids Skated, went in the jungle gym, bounced on the bounce toys, and played arcades. We enjoyed some pizza and I really enjoyed hangin' with my momma and my sistas!

Brianna was really determined to learn how to skate and despite the falls, she did a really good job!


Kelsea, Courtney, and Mary

Landon was darling the entire day and was really good. I decided to give him a pizza crust and was amazed that he actually ate it without choking (he only has two teeth and I was pleasantly surprised).

My brother, Brian

Katie, Amy, Zach, and Brian

Tami and Skyler

Amber thought she'd try skating and realized it was not for her

My mom and Skyler

Me and my sistas

And we definitely wanted one with mom

What a great day!


Jill said...

Looks like fun! Sometimes it really is the best thing to take the kids out of school for one day. Those family relationships are so important. I bet your Mom loved having ALL of her grandkids there!

The Blomquist Bunch said...

I was really hoping to see a picture of you doing flips on the bounce house, but . . . :) So fun to see you in a photo with your girl people! and I LOVE that the background is classic skating!! CLASSIC! what a great day---i'm glad you guys all got healthy so you could have some fun!

Marisa said...

FUN! You are all so beautiful! I hoped to see Amy on Monday, but I never heard from her and then I went out of town. We'll have to try it again next time around.

Michelle said...

That place is still open?! I wish we had somewhere like that here. :) Too much fun!

Devon said...

That really does look like fun...roller skating just brings back the memories!

Kelsea said...

I'm so glad I didn't throw up that night I had a sleepover.I had so much fun!THANK YOU for taking me out of school.