Thursday, March 27, 2008

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

The Wright Boys

I couldn't resist posting these pictures because these little boys are too cute. This weekend we went up to my sister Heather's home in North Salt Lake and spent some time with her three boys. I know that she wants a little girl, but when your boys are as cute as hers one more wouldn't hurt! (I am just kidding because I desperately want a girl as well). While we were there Jordan managed to take these photos with the boys. Jordan woke up early and was studying in the living room when Quinn and Ben came tromping in at 7:15am, and immediately they turned on the TV. But they didn't watch the normal Saturday cartoons that most children their ages watch, they turned on their favorite show- Tivoed PGA tour golf. They love watching PRO Golf. After we had breakfast and played a half-finished game of Life the boys headed downstairs to get in their workout clothes because they love to exercise. Heather and Trent have an in-home gym and the boys take turns on the elliptical machine and the treadmill.
I love Quinn's face as he sweats off some calories! If this isn't motivation to get myself in shape, I don't know what is!

Ben (4) Expert resident golfer, lover of basketball, highest scoring player on his soccer team, and the best golfer on the wii.

Quinn (6) Pro status on Wii bowling, the only 6 year old that I know that can keep a running score of your bowling game in his head, his wii me character has pigtails, in-training for a 5k run.

Drew (2) loves to golf, has the vocabulary of a 5+ year old, he is just tiny but has the sass of a teenager.

Saturday, March 8, 2008

Bear Cubs

Today we went to Sportsmans Warehouse in Midvale to go see some bear cubs that they had. Courtney(my sister) was kind enough to accompany us. Of course Jack had to wear his camo hoodie to see the cubs. The cub was only 2 months old but was just as cute as could be. We didn't get to hold him for long, but it was worth the trip and the $15 bucks for the picture. Which we actually got the second one free because as you can tell, Jack's face was covered by the cub in the first picture. I am sure that this will be one of Jack's fondest memories of his childhood.

Thursday, March 6, 2008

Donated for Science

Yesterday Jack donated his brain to science. BYU is currently studying 5 month old infants and their ability to recognize patterns. They called me up and asked me if I wouldn't mind allowing Jack to participate in the study. So they put that crazy cap on his head and we watched a short video clip of caterpillars. They are supposed to send me the results within the week and I am sure it will say Genius! Surprisingly Jack didn't mind the hair piece and actually was smiling and quite interactive.