We had all been up late on New Years Eve, so we were ready to sleep in. But, by noon we wanted to get out again, and even though the snow was all but melted, we decided to go and give it a go. We were going to Bicentennial Park down in Provo. It would be Luna’s first dog park. She sat up front with me as Karl drove us down.
Look at her perfectly curly hair!! It’s time for a hair cut, but I mean, look at it.
We met Krysta and Karen, and Luna’s best buddy Bruce there.
The dog park was sandy, and small, so it too no time for Luna and Bruce to want to run around.
We headed over to the ice hill at the far end of the park.
The kids got right down to business.
Off they went down the icey hillside.
Lucas wearing one of Karen’s too small masks.
Karl pulled his RC car out and did some sweet slides around the hill while Luna lost her mind.
It was then that Karl fell on his back with his remote for his RC in his hand. He had to go searching for the batteries.
Karen found the last one, like champ.
Between chasing Karl’s car, wrestling with Bruce, and snuggling with Krysta, Luna was in heaven!
More videos of the kids sledding.
The longer we were there, the more different ways the kids wanted to find to go down the hill. Here they are trying to all go down in a chain. (Lucas holding his breath while his mask was down.)
Down he goes.
Now going in a row…
Bruce, sitting on his mama.
Lucas, snuggling with his Krysta.
After a while, Lucas gave up on using a sled, and just went for it.
After wearing out the batteries for his Karl, and taking a break after his fall, Karl and the kids went down the hill together.
Luna just wanted to be part of the fun.
Every one was getting cold and tired, so I was tired to get the girls to leave, they kept begging for one more ride down.
Such a fun way to spend the day.