I hadn't visited the BYU campus ever since graduating and moving out of BYU married couple housing. I forgot how many things there were to see there. It truly is a great campus and I love love love my alma mater! Let's hope that when it comes time for Liam to choose a university, he'd want to bleed blue and be a cougar too.
A couple of weeks ago, Liam and I went back to BYU to meet up with my friend, Anastasiya and her baby boy Dmitri. We went from one end of the campus (BYU duck pond) to the other (BYU MOA). It was one of the best play dates we've had since...ever! I know, I never knew how fun play dates are until I gave it a go, and I can't get enough of it now!
So here are some places that you can take your little ones to when you visit BYU.
the famous duck pond south of campus.
|By the duck pond.|
|Liam and his BFF, Dmitri.|
|You know, just practicing for my modeling career.|
|These two wanted me to hold them. The barre class paid off. Now I have super strong arms.|
|Go get the duck!|
The greatest thing about the Museum of Art is the different exhibits it has there from time to time. Speaking of museums, I can't wait for our trip to DC!!
|Bubble wrap wedding gown|
|Indian art/light room|
|Giant charm bracelet|
|A wall with 1000 pictures of this girl eating marshmallows.|
|and those are the marshmallows she bit/ate...|
So the whole message of this piece of art is self-control. Think Pres. Uchtdorf's talk about kids and marshmallows.
Our first time to the BYU Paleontology museum. I can't believe it took me close to 4 years living in Provo to go here! Even though the museum is tiny, it's got quite a few big dinosaur skeletons there.