Our Sunday was pretty much routine - which is a good thing! My class went well. I think they are starting to catch some of the vision of what family history should really be. I had to play the piano for Primary during the last hour.
At home, the kids were outside playing in the back yard and having fun. I love hearing them laugh and play out there. Ashby wanted a roof on the fort, so David took an old sheet and put it up. They really loved that. I think it made the fort feel like a "real" fort.
We finished up dinner and enjoyed eating with the family. The kids must have been hungry, too, as they both ate really well. I think Brooks scooped up about three helpings of rigatoni - he does love pasta!
Later, we were entertained by Ashby and her ballroom dancing. She is actually very good - graceful and all the right moves!
As usual, Sunday has been a great day - spiritual feasting, getting to teach family history, and then time with the family. What could be better?