Sunday, December 28, 2014

The December Daze

Blogging hasn't been my thing lately, but we've done a lot in the last little while.  December didn't feel as busy as it normally is, but we still had a lot going on.

We went to a movie, and there were only 8 people in the theater.  Sweet.

Junior Jazz basketball started and it's the return of Coach Karl - and he seems to be cultivating the second dynasty.

We saw lots of Christmas lights.

We went to the MoTab Christmas concert with the Sesame Street Muppet's.  It was so awesome.  It ran a little long and Wyatt got tired, but it was one of the most fun programs I've been to.

The boys wrote letters to Santa and got letters in return from the big guy.

Ross and I went on our first "date" in three months (without kids).  We went to dinner and then to see the Lower Lights Christmas concert at the Masonic Temple on South Temple.  It was a fun night and I hope to make the concert a tradition.

I made a lot of candy and in one day used 10 sticks of butter.

We had the annual Petersen Christmas party at aunt LeeAnn's house.  It was a great party and a lot of fun.

 We had a great day a couple days before Christmas.  We headed to Grandma Judy's to frost cookies and hang out.  Then we went to Crown Burgers and then up to the Utah basketball game.  My favorite kind of day.  Sugar, family, french fries and basketball.

We also did our annual Petersen/Howden/Binggeli Christmas activity of dinner (Mt. Mike's pizza) and a movie (Penguins of Madagascar).  It was a super fun night and the kids were really good, and I don't have any pictures.

Phew!  That was a lot.

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