School is in full swing and Andrew is always looking forward to tests and SPs (standardized patients), even after he finishes a course or takes a test there is always another one two seconds later. I have been doing "school" with Alex a couple of times a week and he loves the one on one attention. We are moving very slowly, so far we are only to letter G in the alphabet. He has caught on to some things really well, ask him about the letter E if you get the chance. Mckenna is just as sweet and nice as ever. She started "crawling" on the 21st of August. Her version of crawling involves using her arms to pull and her toes to push, she doesn't use her knees at all.
After weeks and weeks of coughing with very little sympathy from his wife, Andrew brought home an X-Ray showing that he did indeed have pneumonia. So since I felt so bad for him I left to go to my family reunion without him. (I will never win any awards for being a loving and caring wife during illness). This was my first chance to meet Lindsay and Carson's three new babies and I was NOT going to miss it, not to mention the home-made ice cream, sorry Andrew.
After one throw up break and one stop for gas and snacks me and the cuties arrived in Moab after only six and a half hours. I was feeling like super mom. My car of course, literally broke down in my dad's driveway.
The reunion was at the fort in Bluff this year. It was really neat to see the cabins and learn more about our ancestors journeying through Hole in the Rock and settling the area. We also were lucky enough to try sorghum (something I will never need to do again). Alex was just happy that there was a big pile of sand for him to spend the entire day playing in.