I should now post pictures of a fantastic trip to Seattle, but since I have none (as they are on Brooklyn and Aaron's phones), you will just have to take my word that Aaron and Brooklyn had a very fun daddy daughter road trip with Christopher and Emilie Eshbaugh. Complete with REI garage sale-ing and Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream. And the Space Needle was pretty cool too, so I hear.
The boys and I had our own sort of adventures right here in Boise. First, archery at Fort Boise.
Next, movie night in mom and dad's room and sleeping in dad's spot. Complete with Breakfast in Bed.
Ian rejoined us the next day and we proceeded with our mom and the boys weekend with more movie watching and major amounts of snuggling.
Then, Spring actually came! There is nothing more beautiful than tiny blooms amist the stillness of winter. Although the trees are still naked, we have color at our feet upon coming home these days.
Sometimes we still forget we are going to pray before we eat and although we try and fold our arms and close our eyes reverently, cheese makes prayer time a little unruly.
It snowed last night. We are half way through our two week break and the sun is shining and it is snowing anyway. That won't keep us from going to Camel's Back Park and making the most of the bright days though. Becky and Brenda joined us today for one of the most exciting park days we've had. They make everything a little more fun.
Aaron continues to be the coolest rock and roll, snowboarding, house selling, eclectic husband around. I have taken note of the lack of photos I have available of my dear spouse. I will make it a goal to try and snap some shots of him once he returns from
Boise's coolest musical extravaganza.
Watch out Portland and Seattle, Treefort has launched Boise to hipster levels of cool.