Paul's sister, Chelsea got married on Friday the 20th. We went to Salt Lake on Thursday and stayed with Paul's family for the wedding festivities. Thursday, we went to Lagoon. Paul went on a lot of rides and got a toasty nose. We were able to spend some time with Jess and Mike's kids, Benson, Grace, and Sabrina. Lagoon has a lot more "kid-friendly" rides than I remembered. Some of the rides are still a little scary. We had a hard time convincing Grace that it was going to be fun. It's always nice to have someone hold your hand during the scary parts!
Friday was the wedding. Chelsea and Matt got married in the Salt Lake Temple. It was very pretty. We are glad we were able to share that with them. Here are a few of the pictures from the reception.
Thursday, June 5, 2008
Well, it's been a little while since our last post. A lot has happened. I haven't had an IV for almost three weeks! Yea! When I went in for my appointment with Dr. England a few weeks ago he gave me "knucks" for not throwing up. He's a pretty nice guy. The babies looked good. They're growing and developing just fine. The fluid looks good and there are no signs of pre-term labor! Maybe we will make it to 37 weeks. I've been a little more active with walks around the neighborhood while Paul is in class and going to the the grocery store. I'm trying to learn how to crochet. So, if anyone has any good tips or basic instructions they'd like to extend, let me know. I know the basics and I've gotten yarn, hooks, patterns, and a "how to" dvd. I just need to put it all together.
Paul took the MCAT! YEA! The test was on the 31st. The week of the MCAT, I went to my parents' house in Cedar City to spend some time with my mom and let Paul have all the time he needed to study. He took a few practice tests and finally used the MCAT study book I got him last year for his birthday (not the best present, but he asked for it!). We won't know until July 1st, but I bet he did very well. We're looking at OU. He's also planning on taking the GRE and has been looking at graduate programs, also at OU. So, we'll probably end up in Oklahoma for a few years.