A Cheynie Weekend

This weekend we ventured out to Cheyenne to see Tyler and Tory. We left at about 5:45 Saturday morning, just about the same time the first snow storm hit the west. We drove in a blizzard till Evanston and then we finally got ahead of the storm and made it safely there. Saturday we went to Red Lobster for Valentines Day. Then we came home and visited for a short time because we were all very tired and were ready for bed. Sunday we went to church (they have an awesome ward) then came home and watched movies and made Valentines cookies with Bradlee. Monday was by far the best day. We drove down to Loveland, Colorado to go shopping since they have outlet stores down there. We went to Costa Vida for lunch where I actually branched out and tried the chicken tacos. WOW! I haven't shut up about them since, they were so good! Then we did an ample amount of shopping. Cory and I got new pants and some cologne/perfume. My mom and I took Bradlee into the Build-a-Bear Workshop and let her pick out a teddy. She was so fun to watch. The weather was absolutely perfect down there. It was about 55-60 with sunshine. It was hard to leave. Then we drove back to Cheyenne and went to get some pizza. Today, we woke up and came home in high wind gusts and snow. But we made it. It was a lot of fun and I know I needed the trip. Bradlee and Brock are growing so fast. Bradlee is learning to say more and more and she is so much fun!! Brock never stops smiling (except when Tyler pushes him over and he bonks his head and then smacks Tyler in the face... lol) and he is the sweetest little boy. We had a lot of fun and we miss them already and can't wait to see them again! Here are some pictures, sorry they're in no particular order, I didn't want to arrange them.
p.s. Friday we bought a treadmill. I am so excited!! I finally have enough equipment that I can have a "home gym." We're excited!

1 comment:

Jennifer said...

What great photos! I looks like you all had so much fun together. I want some of those frosted heart sugar cookies! Mmmm...