Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Our trip to Bear Lake

We made a personal wading pool. It got so warm, Dominic called it Bear Lake Hot Tub

Seth chased the seagulls again

Paisley took a break and had a drink. She put on her Sun Dress every time she got out of the water

My dad had way too much fun! See what happened after he swam for a few hours

Seth felt the same way. All three of the kids slept all the way home.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

First round of treatments at Primary Children's

We took Seth down to Primary Children's hospital to do treatment with his Autism. As we got there he found a very special someone waiting for him. He ran up to him and squealed,
He was pretty excited to have seen him, but we wont tell him it was only a statue.
After the treatments and counseling with the doctor, we let Seth play in the water fountain. It had been a long day and Seth had cooperated very nicely with everything the doctor had asked him to do.

These fountains are way neat. We are putting in a pond and some fountains in our back yard for Seth and we are thinking something along this design might be what we will do.

At this point in time, rush hour traffic was emerging and we didn't want to hit it so we needed to kill some time. Seth was very calm and behaving so well, we stopped at Temple square and walked around for an hour. Seth loved this statue and kept starting in awe at him and at the walls around him pointing out the earth, clouds, and moon.

By this time, we all were getting a bit hungry and stopped off for a bite to eat. Seth was amazing at the restaurant, eating all his food and not once running around. Now we only have to repeat this trip once a month for a while, only I think we are going to have to find some other sites to check out. We loved temple square, but Seth can only handle so much of a good thing. Any idea's, please comment to let us know of any.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

I can't wait to read this book! The author is a very sweet person too, she has helped me out in the writing department. Cami has a way of letting you enter the world of her book that makes you want the story to keep on going. Go check out this book, buy it at the store even so you can read it over and over. She will be at the Preston Citizen on August 5th 4-6 pm. I will be there for sure with my copy to be signed!