Monday, August 10, 2009

Tuesday, July 21st

On Tuesday we spent the first part of the day just hanging out with Sean's Grandma Jones. The boys loved playing with all her toys on her backyard deck which is like a garden oasis. I enjoyed relaxing out there as well. In the afternoon, Sean watched all the boys as I joined my family in the Los Angeles Temple as my sister Summer (who was getting married in the Temple on Friday) entered for the first time for her endowment.

That evening was Summer's Bridal Shower. It was an "all things tempting" theme, and had all kinds of desserts...chocolate everywhere. I was distracted from all the fun, so Rylan kept sneaking treat after treat--he was so wired. Colton was loving have Kade around again and just followed him around like he was Kade's personal bodyguard.
While all us girls were doing this, the men (Nathan, Sean, Brandon, Aaron and Darrell) took Darrell out for a sort of Bachelor Party. Nathan got the guys tickets to a Dodger game and then they pigged out at Bob's Big Boy (another California Classic).
Frills and Chocolate for the women....Sports and Burgers for the was a GREAT night for everyone :)
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Melody and Nathan Pellegrin said...

That was such a nice day. I was happy to be at the temple with everyone. And Summer was so happy at her shower, ad I love that all the boys, or should I say guys, were able to go to the Dodger Game. Good bonding time for them :)

Melody and Nathan Pellegrin said...

Oh, and by the way, I cannot click on all of your images to make them bigger. Some work and most don't...weird...

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