We blessed Logan last weekend. That should be the important part - that he received his blessing - but I was sick and in such a funk, and Cory was... well... Cory.... so we forgot to get any pictures of him with our family, or our extended family. I know, it doesn’t seem like a big deal, but he will be the only child without some and that makes me feel terrible. I can see the future now: “Mom, where are the pictures of MY blessing day?” Waaahhhh!!!!
Anyway, we did get some of him in sacrament meeting because he was smiling so cutely (like he always does) that we almost died haha, so there’s that. And I stole a couple pics our families took of him. Logan, when you read this in 10 years, please know that Mom and Dad are so, so sorry and we love you more than you know!
Cory gave a wonderful blessing and we were able to have a lot of family there. The priesthood circle was bigger than it’s ever been for one of our kids which made me super duper happy. And my brother in Wyoming was even able to make it out! I’m very grateful for the gospel in my life and that it’s important to so many others in our family. No one ever said religion would be easy, but it’s definitely worth it.
We had a potato bar at our house afterward where I learned sweet potatoes and russet potatoes do not, in fact, bake the same. The sweet potatoes turned to mush. But the other ones turned out just fine and everyone got to eat and enjoy themselves.
The only grandsons on the Hunter side
I’m so glad my brother and his family could come! I sure miss them.
Logan is such a special little guy. I swear there has never been a happier baby born. He just hangs out where ever he is and just smiles and coos at everything and everyone. I mean, he has his moments where he cries, but I’d say 90% of the time he’s just a sweet little gem. We love him so, so much.