Today I am thinking of the pioneer women and appreciating the pregnant ones. If I had been a pioneer, I would not have been able to carry my babies to term. I am in awe of their hardships and sacrifices and grateful for modern medicine.
1. We got up, got ready, and went over to a family breakfast at the Jensen's about 9:30. Thanks Jensens! They had pancakes, eggs, sausage, scones with honey butter, fruit, and much more. They are really awesome. Thanks for inviting us over!!!
Here is our little pioneer daughter. I did not make the bonnet, but I did make the skirt!
2. We went over to North Park where there is a Pioneer village. There were also about a million Pioneer games and crafts. I am very, very impressed with how well-done everything was. Provo really knows how to put an event together, even a free one!
Luz got to ride a live pony carousel. Fun!
We met up with cousins Victoria and Julianna. Here are the Pioneer girls in front of the quilt display.
The 3 of us.
Luz and Papa playing a game.
3. We left a little before 2:00 and came home for a nap.
4. Benjamin, Tami & fam came over about 4:30 to play in the water!
Juan and Luz playing in our newly acquired bigger pool.
5. And then we had a carne asada and played inside for a bit.
6. Later that night, Uncle Sal and Uncle Samuel came into town en route from Rexburg to Burbank. We had a nice visit.