Monday, December 26, 2016

2016 in a nutshell (except for NY which deserves its own post)


Boys club
Livi going to a bday party as Rey


Watching a movie with 4H on the red carpet
Alyssa and ballroom
Amber and Livi in The Emperors New Clothes




Dads and Donuts

 Daddy got a trip to Phoenix for his birthday.  And got to enjoy the sunshine and golf.

Crazy Hair!






Fun times at the cabin.  We went up for the weekend and played foosball, pingpong, pool, watched movies, had the Henlines over and enjoyed Conference.  Loved it!
Amber turned 12!

 Amber's first time at the temple.
My cute kids
Christian playing soccer
 Scott's Christmas present to me--ziplining!  It was scary.

Alyssa turned 16!  We had her birthday party at the cabin and gave her a trip to L

First date with Dad

 Chilling in Salt Lake at the Jive Retreat.  We did a mystery escape room, watched Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, went to the temple and ate tons of food.  It was a perfect weekend.
We all made it!  I did the 5k and everyone else did the 1-mile fun run.
Helping at the school field day
End of summer party.  I think we had almost 40 kids for hotdogs, games,  an outdoor movie and night games.



Our exchange student Kazune.


Alyssa and Christian got to go to EFY this year.

Summer fun at the park


Thompson reunion 2016--floating down the river

NVP summer party.  It was a beautiful evening.  
We went to another escape room in a van. It was super hot but we had fun solving all the clues.  Good time
For our end of summer family adventure we went on a mystery hunt and the kids had to use clues to discover where we were going for dinner.  We ended at a Nigerian restaurant. Different food and lots of fun.
Alyssa's first school dance--Homecoming with Christopher
Hiking the hot springs
















Amber in A Comedy of Errors
Uncle Matt's wedding



 Christmas choir, band and orchestra concert

 Pics with Santa at the Seven Peaks north pole

1 comment:

Jeff Tomb said...

This truly a great post and I enjoyed all of it, first of all I want to thank you for taking the time to post this. One of the things that stands out the most is that these children are all best friends which is something that has been lost in other families. You are so involved in their lives and they are so friendly towards one another. In most of the pictures one is holding the other by putting their arm around them or holding hands, it's just so different to me not being raised that way. It has always been a pleasure to know you even though I'm not of your faith. After watching you for the past 8 or 9 years I wish I were raised in your faith, I know that I would have been a much better father and grand father if I had been.