And the next day was Kenny's last Primary Program ~ Stephen was pretty tired! So sweet of Fef and Cal to come! A friend wrote me this about cute Kenny: "Please tell Kenny what a rockstar he is for doing such a marvellous job on his part in the primary program! What a great speaking talent he has, just like the rest of his family." He was smiley and so cute, and helped the others in his class with their parts. Totally took me back to 4 years ago when all 3 did their last PP together.
Honey (now Harley) went to live with Jenina on her lovely estate with deer running wild - she went crazy with excitement when we drove her out there! Geneve enjoys being an only-dog again; cute pic their sweet daughter drew with HARLEY in it - their kids were so excited to get her. Jenina told me how Harley took off after their Barn cat, then the cat turned around and hissed at her, arched her back, then chased Harley all the way back across the yard... too funny.
Mom, Dad and Jen on their fun 3 wk road trip!
Kenny's loving his activities ~ karate, starting violin, scouting, and Family History work! From Jill Bluth who helped him search for family names, "Kenny, you are the one pushin the wagon! You're gonna get your family all to the finish line! These people are real, and they're watching over and protecting you now... you are their SAVER! Joseph Smith called you a "savior on Mt Zion!"
Kenny's brown belt kata with Miss Carol: https://youtu.be/XzyOa05o_Uw
Loving watching General Conference together ~ puzzles, brushing hair, & Mod Pizza lunch break!
Love these kids. I frequently get sweet compliments from others about them, they're adorable and growing up too fast. From Stephen's seminary teacher: "I need to let you about your wonderful, Stephen....Each and every day, he comes up to either Sherron or I, whoever taught the lesson, shakes our hand tell us 'thank you' for the great lesson....HOW SWEET IS THAT!?!? Talk about adorable, gracious and kind.... He is sheer joy to have in class." and from his other teacher: "Love that gift bearing boy of yours - we'd love him even without the gifts. He is always so appreciative and polite! What a treat to get to know him and call him one of ours."