First off, my sweet, adorable nephew is finally home. I know it's a huge relief to everyone, especially Tyler and Tory. A few hours after birth he was having trouble breathing so they were going to keep him in the NICU to keep an eye on him over night. After completing some blood tests, they found an infection. They started him on antibiotics right away while they ran the blood test again. This took days. It came back negative, so after almost a whole week in the NICU, he finally got to go home. His siblings are very happy to have him and their parents home. He's the most tiny, adorable, snuggle bug ever. I love him!
Monday we were able to tour the Brigham City Temple open house. I almost didn't go because Kennedy was a major punk that day, but I decided the temple would be a big enough distraction to keep her occupied. We went with my family, minus Cory who was working and Tory who just had a baby.
We drove to Brigham City and boarded a bus to take us to the temple. We had a lot of fun on the bus. These pictures suck but oh well.
Mommy and Kennedy
Brock and Grandma
Natalie and Collin
Tyler and Grandpa
Kennedy flirting with Aunt Natalie on the bus
House of the Lord
Beautiful sky complete with Kennedy's hand print
Next up, we went to the State Fair with our good friends, the Weavers, last night. I love the fair! We instantly started our experience with lots of food. We had all kinds of goodies and I finally got to try pizza from The Pie. Except for the hair in my food, and the self-control it took to not dry-heave, it was awesome!!
Next we walked around and headed over to the little kid stuff in hopes of finding something fun for the babies. There was an exhibit called "Little Hands on the Farm" which I hoped contained a petting zoo of some sort but I was way off! It was a little learning center set up to teach kids all about farming. We had some fun though. They got to pet fake animals and ride some "tractors".
This picture is the cutest!
Zeke and Kennedy
We saw all kinds of merchandise and checked out the stuffed animals at the Division of Wildlife and Natural Resources exhibit.
One vendor had bubbles
This picture makes me laugh. Kennedy isn't crying, she's just pulling a weird face LOL.