By the way, we're now Hoosiers. Unfortunately we're also homeless (while still being home owners). Explanation: we're still waiting on the Utah estate to sell, and are simultaneously waiting for our apartment to be ready for us in Indiana (it's been vacant since the second, but is apparently in need of some painting and repair). We've been living in a Holiday Inn for the last week. Tonight, we're staying with Noah's uncle and aunt as the small living space was starting to get to us. It's nice still having family around. We really feel at home and are being pampered like you wouldn't believe.
We're finally starting to adjust to the time change (which is 2 hours later). Gabby and Alex fell asleep tonight at 8:30 PM Indiana time so we're hoping for happy children tomorrow. I've been trying to keep them busy so we don't have to spend too much time in cramped quarters. So far we've gone to Chuck E. Cheese's (which has "way funner games than the Orem one"), we've also visited the only GAP/ Old Navy/ Banana Republic warehouse in the world, and as you can imagine, it was AWESOME. Today, I took the kids to open gym at a gymnastics place. Tomorrow, we're getting together for a play date with someone from our new ward, and we may also hit a children's museum in the area that has an over sized bathroom with a toilet you can actually slide down--is this Heaven?
Hope all is well with those of you that we left behind (we do actually miss you all, and we REALLY miss having our own place--Hope you're enjoying it Bridgett and Rory)!