Steve's sister Barbara, her husband Mike, and their son Christopher came up to St. George for the weekend. Friday night we went to dinner with them and Steve's parents, Les and Betsy. Then we went to the nativity at Tuacahn.
Following that, we went on a little train ride, and then the kids played around and danced. Don't let Christopher fool you, he danced around plenty, too.
On Saturday, Mike, Barb and Christopher picked up Morgan and they all went to the park.
We went to the high school last night to watch Chase sing in the choir. They had several performing groups, including a small orchestra. We had arrived early, and were watching the orchestra set up. At one point we had this conversation:
Morgan: "Oh my gosh! Look at that giant guitar! Hailey! Look how big that guitar is! That guitar is SO big!"
Hailey: "That is not a guitar. That's a cello."
Mom: "That's pretty good. How did you know that?"
Hailey: "I've seen one before."
Morgan: "OK,...what are the really little guitars?"
Hailey: "Those are violins."
Morgan: "Violins. Right. Very good, Hailey. You are so smart."
At this point, Hailey and I look at each other and smile about how funny Morgan is. They are both sweet girls, as evidenced below:
Hailey is in her school choir, the Coral Cliffs Coyote Crooners. They had their Christmas performance for the families Tuesday night.
They have a very large group. The music teacher said it was the biggest group they have ever had. They practice early before school twice a week.
The choir got a little groovy at the end. They did a great job!
Chase is taking choir as a class at school. He had his Christmas performance tonight (Wednesday). They sounded wonderful. Sorry about the blurry picture, but I had Morgan on my lap. Maybe I can get him to pose in his robe later. Can you tell which one is Chase?
The entire performance was a little long. They had several groups each performing a number of songs, so Morgan decided to make herself comfortable.
Taylor was at volleyball, of course. More on that later...