We started the day with omelets, sausage and lots of fruit. He opened his gifts and got a sweet SF Giants hat, and a new camping chair with a shade so his head doesn't burn. Then we headed to church and unfortunately the kids didn't want to make the day special and we were quite the circus in Sacrament meeting as usual. Then we headed home and Jason got a nice nap. I actually had to wake him up so we could head to dinner with my family. We went to Andrea's and enjoyed a super yummy meal of steak, salmon, mahi mahi, green salad with Amy's homemade blue cheese dressing, potatoes, watermelon, and corn on the cob. It was so good and I am so glad that I didn't have to cook a whole dinner myself. We had so many choices for dessert too, strawberry shortcake, lemon torte, and skor cake.
I am so grateful to be surrounded by such great fathers. I had the best most patient loving dad growing up. He was and still is so supportive, and always is there when I need him. Always has the best advice still have the letters he wrote to me growing up. He can always make me feel better when I need it. Love you dad glad we could spend the evening with you.
Jason is such a hard working, amazing, and great dad. He teaches by example and makes time to spend with our kids. Always finds ways to emphasize a gospel topic and makes it so interesting and gets the kids involved. He is the fun dad and really is just a big kid. We love it when dad is home, and we all smother him when he is around. Love you babe!