Faith was so happy to have cousin Eliza from Kansas arrive in time for Roller Valley!
George with Calvin and Asher. I understand they were known as the sock-runner gang-- presumably because they were running around in their socks. They would sit on the wall and give high-fives to the family as they skated by.
George did not love roller skating, but we made it around a couple of times.
You had to be wearing a gray shirt to sit at this table. Or be a teenager. Or be really cute. For obvious reasons I was not invited to pull up a chair.
The sister-in-laws catching up. Today is Tiffany's (bottom left) birthday. There was yet another, worse than ever, Fox family rendition of "Happy Birthday". Pretty impressive, but not in a good way.
If you notice Elinor in the green shirt on the right she is holding a bag of ice on her arm. She hurt her wrist running into a wall to slow herself down. We did take her afterwards for an x-ray and fortunately it is not broken.
Not the whole gang, but a pretty good representation. I just noticed Cannon's face front and center in the navy blue shirt. What will he think of this stage of his life when he looks back at his pictures? This is the face he's making in a pretty much all his pictures these days.
Uncle Phil with Edra and Peter.
The youth temple trip to the Spokane Temple.
Bethany with twin cousins, Lindsey and Lauryn.
Annie, Everett, Elinor and Gentri at Dairy Queen after the temple-- Grandpa's treat!
It is so interesting to see how the dynamic of the family changes every few years as the babies turn into toddlers and the little kids into teenagers. And of course the former teenagers are now getting married and going on missions. Such is life.