1: Go to the temple once a month. (At least through June, I'll be having a baby early in July, and as breast feeders can't always be left for 4 hours at a time, we'll have to do our best after that.)
2: 100 percent visiting teaching.
That's pretty much it. I can do that much. Bruce has set forth a family project that is pretty cool. We are reading the Book of Mormon as a family. The goal is to finish it by the end of the year. We have a special jar that we put a quarter into for every page that we read. If we finish by the end of the year, we will use our jar money for a big family outing. The kids are way excited about it (at least thus far). I calculate that we should have $134, when we are done. So, we will not only be reading scriptures as a family, but we will also be learning a lesson about saving for what we really want. I just can't figure out what we should do for our outing. Any suggestions?
Okay now for the "narrow escapes" (I hope they are actually escapes, and that they don't come back to haunt me.) (Will some wise person please tell me if the parenthesis are supposed to come before or after the punctuation! I don't feel the need for my blog entries to be English professor ready, but it annoys me that I can't remember that rule. So, is it supposed to be like I did a second ago after "haunt me" or is it like this)?
Anyway, Justice has apparently taken a new spin on David Letterman's "Will it Float?" game. He likes to play "Will it Flush?" Bruce stopped him just in time with a pair of socks in the toilet. I heard the toilet flushing rather too many times for normal use, and went in the bathroom to discover him trying to flush Lydia's shoe and a can of mouse. The toilet currently still works. Knock on wood! Is there anyway to childproof a toilet? Hmm, I'll have to give that one some thought. That child certainly keeps one on their toes!