Even Owen loved taking care of the babies. First the diaper...
Cute little blocks shaped like different parts of the temple. My kids pretty much just made towers, but one dad that came through sat down and built an actual temple.
CTR rubbings in tons of different languages. Evie is showing off the English and Chinese ones that she made.
This is a little matching section where you try to match up all the labels.
It was a fun exhibit and I totally recommend it. The Church History Museum website has a little information on it, and as of right now, says that it will run through January of 2009. So, go check it out.
Next stop, taking pictures around the temple.
Hyrum Smith is an ancestor of mine, so my Mom took a picture of us at this statue. I thought I would share the love with my kids.
Beautiful building, beautiful kids. Awww...
After taking pictures we made our way over to one of the Temple Square Summer Concerts in the Park. It was supposed to be held in the Brigham Young Historic Park, but because it had rained earlier in the day, they moved it to the Tabernacle, which was great for acoustics, but not so great for my littles. They had fun dancing along with the first few 50's and 60's a capella songs, but eventually I was afraid they would get more attention than the stage, so we snuck out and headed home. I really enjoyed the evening. Hopefully these pictures will be good memories for my captive travel companions.
P.S. I realize this post might win the "most links ever" award, but I just want you to be informed, okay? Is that bad?