Kisses for the men in the TV

Our cable and internet went out Friday morning and they couldn't come fix it until Saturday afternoon. I knew that watching Conference at the church would be a complete failure since we can hardly make it through sacrament meeting without Alex trying to sprint all over the chapel. So we went to the Apple Harvest Festival instead. I could not believe how many people were there. It was insane. There were so many delicious smells in the air and I was most tempted by the pumpkin funnel cake but we didn't eat anything. Sad day. Maybe one day I will get to try pumpkin funnel cake.

During Priesthood Session, Kristen and I talked while Canon and Alex played. They don't really play nicely together anymore. There was a lot of toy stealing going on but at least they seem to have good attitudes about it.

We did get to watch the sessions on Sunday and loved them. I have been watching a few of the Saturday talks online during Alex's naps and I am excited to get the Ensign so I can read the rest of them. It was a very relaxing weekend. We never turn on that TV that is down at Alex's height and so he loved having it on. He was hitting the people on the head, poking them, talking to them, and changing the channel as often as he could get his hands on the remote. My favorite part was when he would walk up the screen and kiss the people on the face. He gives open mouth kisses so our TV was pretty spotted after Conference.


Anonymous said...

that's hilarious! what was he saying to the speakers?

Jake and Becky Veigel Family said...

We loved apple fest too (and conference)! I liked your nursing and pregnancy posts--it's so funny you have an in-utero name. When I was pregnant with Jack, James was determined we were going to call him Marco (no idea where that came from). Glad that one didn't stick past delivery.

The Paxton Family said...

I think it is hilarious to watch kids with the tv when they are little! So cute! Alex is still so super adorable! I am still a little shocked every time I hear or see him walking :-)
BTW, aren't you from arizona? What part? Cuz we'll be living in Yuma from Dec-April :-)

Bryan and Ellie said...

Toddlers are so violent. :-) Wish I could've seen the Conference kisses. Sounds very cute!

The Harker's said...

We missed out on the apple harvest! And, I know, I feel like I haven't seen you in forever, but I haven't seen hardly anyone lately. My parents got in town a couple of weeks ago and just left wednesday. I haven't even been to playgroup for two weeks! Yesterday I was at a field trip for Scott and Madeline's Kindergarten class. Hopefully I see you on Sunday!!!:)Hope all is good with you guys!:)

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