I’ve been thinking a lot about what makes me the happiest, the times I’ve been really happy and what I was doing. I immediately thought of my time in NYC (I know you’re so over me talking about NYC… SORRY! This will be brief!). Those days were some of the happiest of my life because I was out doing fun things all the time. Even if was just going to the park, every outing seemed like an adventure and I loved it. So, when Spring Break was upon us and the winter blues was coming at me hard, I decided to plan something for each day, like I used to back in Jersey.

It was awesome. I had a great week. My kids were happy. I was happy. 

On Monday, we went to the Lehi Fun Center, which was free for us since we got the Pass of All Passes for like $11 each. Eva had a great time going on all the bounce houses, riding the carousel, and doing the pirate ship a hundred times. We visited the library and also had lunch with TJ at his work.

Tuesday, Eva had a play date, we went to Daylight Donuts that just opened up in our neighborhood, then went bowling. We played two games, and would have played three but Finn was DONE and so needed to go take a nap in his crib. Turns out bowling in the afternoon on a weekday is really cheap, so we will definitely be doing that again!

We met up with Eva’s cousins at the Rec Center on Wednesday (along with the rest of the world… it was packed). This was a little overwhelming for me because it was so loud in there with SO many people, but the kids loved it so much. I got to see a movie that night with a friend. Go see 10 Cloverfield Lane!

Thursday and Friday, as I already blogged about, we did the Farm and then City Creek/Temple Square with friends.

Honestly, it was such a great week and we barely spent any money. We just got out and did some new things! We were lucky to have nice weather too! We also went on walks in the evening when TJ would come home, would blow bubbles outside, and visited the park several times.


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