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We were in California for Easter this year, which I realized both of Ryan’s Easter’s so far have been in California, and we had a lovely time. I hadn’t really planned on what the kids would wear, and when I was at Walmart the day before we left, I saw these two suits for the boys and fell in love with them. Don’t they look so handsome!?! I woke up feeling awful with a head cold and ended up coming home after sacrament meeting, but Jeff and the kids stayed and each kid had fun in their respective classes. Logan wasn’t too sure about the whole thing, but since Grandma is in the Primary Presidency he went in with her and then later decided to go to class. Ryan went right into Nursery and didn’t seem to know that it was different. We had a relaxing afternoon. I took a long, much needed nap, and the kids watched the first Lord of the Rings movie with Emmy. For dinner we had yummy ham, potato salad, jello and green beans. Ryan had ham and banana slices. The rest of the banana was sitting on the table next to my plate, and after he had gotten down from his chair, he walked over and as he was grabbing for the banana said, “Ooh ooh ooh aah aah.” It was so adorable!!! We all had a great big laugh and he started laughing, too.

I am so grateful for my Savior, Jesus Christ. I know that He lives and that He loves me. I’m so grateful that we have a special day to remember those things.

At the Elementary School the kids go to, they give out awards to one kid in each class every month who they think represent the theme for that month. The theme for March was “Confidence to Take Action” and Mrs. Milner immediately thought of Logan. She called me the Friday before the assembly and told me that Logan is so good at being nice to others, even if they aren’t being nice to him or being mean to others. He isn’t afraid to do what he is supposed to be doing and is a good example to his classmates. I found out that there is an autistic little boy in his class who I know Logan struggles with, but Mrs. Milner specially told me that Logan has been helping this little boy more and more. I am so incredibly proud of Logan! He strives to do what is right and wants others to be happy and I am so proud of him for having the courage to do things that may not be easy sometimes. I feel blessed that our kids get to go to this amazing school. I have had nothing but great experiences with every teacher they have had so far and hope the rest of our time there will be just as amazing.

Ryan HAD to go see Logan before we could sit down. That little boy thinks his big brother is pretty cool!

There are over 800 kids in this school. Do you see Logan amidst all the Kindergartners?

Walking up after getting his name called. He was pretty excited about the whole thing!


I love that smile. That’s how I smiled as a kid.

Way to go Logan!!!

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