With no video games allowed on Sunday, the kids found entertainment by watching silly Mormon videos on you tube and Lytle home videos.
Meanwhile, Joel prepared homemade rolls to accompany the Tortellini Soup he was making for dinner.
Once the kids got stir crazy from being inside, we had them show off their art skills with sidewalk chalk in the front yard.
Heather helped Joel chop veggies for the soup and I made “Black Bottom Cupcakes”—a childhood favorite of ours.
When the kids got bored with the front yard, we corralled them to the back yard for some good old fashion games with Grandma, like the “colors game” and “red light-green light”.
While the soup simmered, the chefs snoozed…
and the kids continued to enjoy Grandma time.
Brayden and I just hung out enjoying the quiet house.
Dinner is ready!
Just perfect comfort food and so, so good. Colton ate FIVE bowls!