March (Part II)

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March included a trip to Utah for the wedding of my brother Russell to his bride Nicole. The wedding was beautiful and warmed us all on a very cold, chilly March morning. It was so bitter cold and the wind was blowing so hard that we couldn’t take any pictures outside after the wedding. And even getting to the Mt. Timpanogos Temple that morning was difficult as the roads were snow packed and full of traffic. 

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The luncheon was at my parents ward house and my mom and dad put on a feast. The menu included roast beef, mashers, salad, and a toffee covered cake dessert were divine. Nettie and Chelsea spent the entire luncheon entertaining the kids.

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The reception was held at Somewhere Inn Time. We had a great turnout of family and friends.

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 Ethan loved to snuggle with his Papa Martin and by the end of the event, Sophie had had enough.

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Chelsea made a treasure box for Andrew and jewelry boxes for the girls in her woods class. These presents greeted the kids as they got home from the wedding festivities, complete with treasures inside.

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2 responses to “March (Part II)

  1. Man Jill you were busy posting while I was gone! Way to go!!
    I love reading your blog cause you always have GREAT pictures. Your kids are stinkin cute (in and out of the bath 🙂 )

  2. That was such a fun visit!

    p.s. Aren’t you just the darn best sis, sending us a belated bday card! It’s never too late in my book! Love you.

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