Sunday, August 12, 2007

Leaving Utah!


On July 28th we moved out of our apartment and on July 29th after Church Brandon and my dad started the LONG trek from Utah to Memphis. It was a very long drive especially with Brandon and my dad not feeling good. They were able to enjoy a stop at Liberty Jail on their long journey. Below are pictures of the BIG yellow truck before they left.


My mom and I flew out with the kids August 1st. Let me tell you that was an adventure. Hyrum loved being able to ride on teh airplanes. They had to bump our seats around a little bit since you can't have two people on the same row with lap baby due to safety guidlines. One of the flights they had Hyrum's seat seperated from everyone else. Luckily there were people willing to switch so Hyrum wouldn't be by himself. The babies did really well and were content to eat, being held and playing with toys. I was extrememly blessed to be sitting by people on the air plane who were more then willing to hold a baby. The only problem that we really had was as we were landing in Memphis when Hyrum couldn't get his ears to pop. I had treats for him to eat to try and get them to pop, but he wouldn't eat them. It could have been a lot worst so I am very grateful for how well the flight went.


Through it all, we made it to Memphis!


Here we are at the Memphis airport. The day was so crazy I only got these two pictures.


We were so grateful to have my parents, and Brandon's sister Lorri help us move!


Please check my other recent posts! I had much to catch up on! Thanks for reading!

3 comments:

Jill said...

Congrats on making it to Memphis! I think moving is one of the worst inventions, but at least you guys will be done for awhile now, right? Good luck with everything!

Heather said...

I'm glad you guys made it! We're suffering in the humid southern heat too. Good luck getting settled in your new home!

Jack and Bernice said...

Ahhh, I'm so sad we didn't get to say good bye to you guys before you left. I'm glad you guys made it safely and it must have been some adventure flying with all 3 kids. :o)