Sunday, August 10, 2008

Such A Chore.

I love blogging but sometimes it's a chore to do. Usually it's when I have something that I really want to blog. For some reason actually having an event makes it harder for me to blog. Anyway, here we go.

For the second year in a row, Eli and I went to Park City with Stewart's family for a few days. It was so much fun we swam and went to the alpine slide and the Olympic Park. Here are some pics. We also did the Alpine Coaster or whatever it's called. I like it so much better than the Alpine Slide. Eli is also holding the penny that he got to smash at the Olympic Park. My sister in law Laurie posted a cute pic of Eli with his cousin Charlie here. I love it when someone takes a picture of your child when you aren't there (or paying attention) and when you see it, it's a surprise. Anyway it was a great time and I hope that this is now the Brough family tradition because I LOVE it.

Another fun thing that Eli and I did this week was that we went to This is The Place Village. Eli has now said that when he grows up he wants to be a pioneer. The garden picture below is so funny because Eli could have laughed in her face when the girl showed him the "garden." Little did she know that Eli is part owner of a garden that could feed a small army! It's a lot of pictures but they are for Stewart so I don't want to hear about it.


Laurel said...

Ummm... If THAT is a lot of pictures, I must be annoying people every time I post something! I love the pictures and am sure that Stewart does even more. Eli is adorable and we also LOVE the Alpine Coaster (I think that's what it's called, too...). Fun, fun.

Scar Belly said...

Hey baby! I'm glad you posted all those cute pictures. When did you buy the "Diane Keaton" hat?

I wish I'd been there to see Eli ride the horse! I'm about to get logged off this computer so I gotta keep it short...

Love you guys!


Becca Jo said...

It's not a Diane Keaton hat you brat! It's my moms hat and it was raining!

georganne said...

Ha ha ha. Get a room you two.