Here's a little music video we made with the Lee's, while we visited them. Get ready for awesomeness and a lot of cuteness.
Saturday, July 24, 2010
This week working in Park City as a family went very well. We had a super nice group of people, good weather, & no poop explosions. The kids loved MaryKate so much that I fear she's like a squirrel in a crowded state park. She's being fed very well & very often with not just food... also lots of attention and love. Here are just a few of her great adventures with us this week:
Hiking Timpanogos Cave with our great group
MK & I inside the cave (she slept 1/2 of the tour...must enjoy the cool, dark)
MK at the ropes course
MK at the Park City Museum
James, MK, & friends at the Resort Pool
James & MK at Seven Peaks Water Park (in the lazy river)
MaryKate is exhausted from so much fun & so are we!
We can't wait to go relax in San Francisco next week!
Posted by James & Kathy at 8:33 PM
Sunday, July 18, 2010
Definition of insanity= parenting an infant & tour guiding simultaneously full time. Daily I question, "Are we crazy? What made me think we could do this? A tour guide & a mom at the same time? Nuts!" Luckily James & I are in this madness together. We're nearly done with my 3rd week & James' 2nd week. Usually we're based out of Park City, but last week was Aviation week in Provo. James & I had the chance to learn to fly along with all the other people in our group. We're having a great time, but we've had some insane moments like MaryKate's Explosion. Read on only if poop stories don't gross you out:
Don't worry. She didn't fly with me. But she was frustrated that I wouldn't let her play with all the instruments. I think she wanted to fly!
MaryKate gets sleep anywhere & whenever she can. Here she is at the Ropes Course & it's 9:00pm. Sayonara schedule! She sleeps when she's tired & eats when she's hungry... that's her schedule.
We flew with Cornell Rich Crandall. He's a good friend & the only person who could convince me to fly in a private plane after my uncles plane crash. I trusted him with our lives and he took good care of us.
Posted by James & Kathy at 9:40 PM