Friday, April 17, 2009



lost dog

i lost my doggie.

he is blue with white dots on his feet.
he has shiny ears

and little black eyes.

if you find my doggie please bring him to me.

thank you.

i miss my doggie.


...somehow during our fun easter weekend, we lost diggie. i'm so sad and sweet christian really misses him. i've checked everywhere online and realized that doggie was a "rare Gund Dottie Dots blue puppy" and to get a new one will cost me $35.00 here or here. who'd have thought! i'm starting to wonder if he was stolen!....

Easter Weekend

We started off Easter weekend with a Sorensen family party on friday night - we tried to do it Jerusalem style. we had all the kids (and some adults) dress in yamacas and kafeas while we talked about some of the traditions and culture in Jerusalem. Grandma did a special presentation about the last week of the Savior's life. Then we all ate falafals on pita bread, tomotoes, cucumbers, olives, and dates. it was awesome!!!

We spent the night at grandma and grandpa's house and then woke up the next morning for some easter egg hunts. we hit the traditional South Jordan city hunt and then the Legacy Easter egg hunt. Legacy was much better! (remind me next year to only do that one!)the boys with the Easter...something....

christian's sad face because he's been missing diggy for almost a week now!

Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Draper Temple Open House

i thought these pictures were gone forever, but i found them last night in some long lost files on the computer and i was so excited to post them even though it has been well over a month (or two) since we went to the Draper Temple Open House. we were lucky to have grandma come with us. We went at a great time when it wasn't crowded at all - it allowed us plenty of time to talk to the boys about each of the different rooms.
jack was explaining the pamphlet to christian afterwards and remembered soooo much - i'm always amazed at how much kids really do hear and understand.

after we got on the bus to head back to our car, we realized we hadn't taken a single picture in front of the temple - the pics from the bus were the best we got.