Saturday we headed to Brigham City for Peach Days and also for another baby blessing. Rob's sister Katie was blessing their newest addition, little Jaxtin. Rob's entire family came up for the weekend so we had one big party.
The kids were all excited for the Peach Days Parade, only they were not throwing candy and their excitement soon faded until they were begging to go back to the house and play. Just as we were about to make our exit we learned the candy was being thrown at the end of the parade and the sidekicks all agreed to endure to the end.
After the parade the girls decided to stay and play while we took Hunter and Austin to the car show. There were a ton of cars and we didn't make it to all of them, but we did enjoy some of the best peach cobbler. I am now on a mission to figure out how they made it.
Rob and I's new favorite show is Top Gear (the BBC version not the tried to be as cool American version) so we were cracking jokes to each other the entire time. (Seriously watch this)
And while Hunter does not look thrilled in the pictures (really he hardly ever does) we did have a great time.
(Left to right: Aunt Connie, Christi, Vicki, Me, & Wendi)
I decided later to take the girls down to check out all the booths and the craziest thing happened. We were heading back to our car when I spotted my cousin Wendi and my Aunt Connie, this wouldn't be to crazy since Wendi lives around there, but it just so happened that my cousin Vicki and Christi were with them. It was a chance once in a lifetime thing. Vicki and I were trying to figure out the last time we saw each other and determined it was over 20 years. I could not have been more grateful or felt any more blessed to be in the right place at the right time.
The girls had a great time looking through all of the booths and managed to squeeze an entire princess get-up out of their allowed $5.00.
Sunday Baby Jax was blessed in his little Tupenu, it was another fantastic blessing from my Brother in Law Nase, and we were again very grateful to be there!!