Park City with the Fam

When we arrived back to the states from Japan we spent the first 10 days searching for a place to live and for cars. It was an incredibly stressful time because we were also adjusting from jetlag with ourselves and Lucy and no one was getting enough sleep! Then we headed to Utah to spend some time with both sides of our family. My mom's side of the family had a reunion and then we headed to Park City with just my family for a little get away. The weather was unusually cold the 3 days we were there; it was in the 50's and 40's! So we didn't spend as much time outdoors bc we hadn't brought proper clothing. We did stop by the beautiful McPolin Barn which has a flat trail running along the way and we took a ton of pictures bc what else do you do with such a beautiful barn!?! Duke ran back to the car after a couple snaps bc he was in shorts and a tshirt and it was super windy and cold, but I'm glad we made the stop anyways!
My little brother, his wife and baby
 My mom and little sister
 my mom cracks me up
 My older sister and her little boy who's the same age as Lucy
 dad and mom
 my family who was there
 Lucy and Alistair loved "driving" the tractor
 My mom bought the grandkids little 4th of July outfits and so we attempted to get pictures. Always fun with baby and toddlers! These are the Bland grandkids..so far!
 Couldn't get lucy to have a normal smile the whole time, but this one below is my favorite. The two 2 year olds!
 We also spent some time walking main street and taking the free trolley rides. Lucy and Alistair loved it so we did it twice haha. 

 spotted some Banksy art
 Lucy's $3 cow cookie *insert eye roll here* 
 Peonies win for prettiest flower
These 2 both had to push the stroller, naturally.
It was so fun to spend time with my family! We rented an airbnb up there and had a blast. Lucy was spoiled having cousins to play with and the added attention from aunts, uncles and grandparents. 

1 comment:

  1. Wow, what a real beauty of NY is portrait and one thing is that the photography has made the blog more and more amazing. Wonderful share!