A few more pictures from our Memorial Day with family:

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We jumped from the tennis courts, to the volleyball pit, to the pool and back again. And again. Steve’s family is what many would call an “active” family. There is always a game and competition to be had!
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We were able to enjoy a dinner sans kids (except Briggs) with these great people.
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Sunday, we were introduced to a group game played through phones or ipads – similar to Apples-to-Apples. People grouped into 8 teams to answer questions and you tried to create answers that the other groups would want to vote for. We played a couple rounds and there was plenty of laughing and it kept young and old entertained.
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Sunday night we enjoyed a fireside devotional by the fire. And if there’s a fire – it would only make sense to have marshmallows, chocolate and graham crackers.
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I’m pretty sure Hunter ate 6 smores and then was upset I wouldn’t let him go for 7,8 and 9! Silly kid. Cannon realized he could grab smore supplies for other people and simply take one bite out of each item. His older cousins thought this was so funny, they kept asking him to help them get supplies. Pretty sure he ate 6 smores and not one was ever toasted.

We had a great weekend. It’s always fun to spend time with family. One Bennett-ism that I have to share: When we first got to the cabin, we started unloading the car and Bennett rushed in to check out the place. He saw Steve’s brother who we were sharing the place with and Bennett ran up to him and said, “I’m so excited we get to live together now.” I’m sure Bennett was disappointed to learn it was a short term gig. Who wouldn’t want to live with cousins full-time?!