We also introduced K-man into the world of playing spoons with the Christensen clan this year! I can remember playing spoons at the reunions when I was a small child so it was fun to see K-man learn the game. If you haven't played spoons before you should ask me about it, we Christensens take our spoons games pretty seriously. Spoons is a card game kind of like musical chairs, but everyone grabs for a spoon and the person who doesn't get one is out. The object is to get 4 of the same cards and grab a spoon or if you see someone grab a spoon, get one before they are all gone! We have had some injuries while playing before and it is not uncommon to see a spoon fly across the table and a person after it!
The Christensen clan at this years reunion. We were missing the Montana, Texas and New York families that usually come, but were glad to see all of the Seivers that were able to make it!
Shawn and K-man on the ski lift after riding the alpine sled. Talk about a scary experience! The alpine slide was really fun, but loading you kid on a ski lift and riding on that little wooden seat with your wiggly kid is scary (I held on to K-girl's pants the whole way up!).
K-girl found some flowers on one of our walks
The family on our Mississippi River Boat ride
The family on a hike. My brother and his son A.J. are on the left. A.J. is 2 month older than K-baby. In the center is my cousin's daughter Sam. The kids LOVED playing with Sam all week.
K-kids and A.J. posing for a cousins picture after playing mini golf at the resort.
Riding the alpine side. Mom and K-girl on the left. Dad K-man on the right. K-man was a speed demon, he pushed the lever down and wanted to go full speed the whole way down the mountian. Even K-sis went down the slide with Uncle Ken and enjoyed the ride.
Shawn, the kids and my parents on the lookout at the resort. It was a beautiful view of the Mississippi River. We also had this view out of our third floor resort suite. It was great waking up each morning to view God's wonderful creation out our window and one morning we woke up to fog covering the river.