Wednesday, June 3, 2009


I cannot believe it! I have a 16 year old. Dyllon turned 16 on Monday. Who even gave my kids permission to age me?? Dyllon did not want a party. He is a party pooper. We did go to the Bee's game and Dyllon went too. Not with us of course. He went with a group of friends on my dime. I guess that we are not cool enough to hang with any more.
Beware everyone, Dyllon has his drivers permit. He is out on the road behind the wheel. Scary! He won't officially have his license until November. Tip for those who have kids coming of age. Get their social security card. They need to have it to get their permit. Oh, and when it comes in the mail, don't give it to them, they will lose it and you will have to spend another day at the social security office.
Last night Dyllon was a usher for the Oquirrah Mountain Temple open house. When I picked him and Scott up he was telling me how the sister missionaries we complaining about how cold it was. I made the comment: "So, you were hobnobbing with the ladies huh? " Dyllon laughed his butt off and banned me from ever saying that word again. Kids do say that! The older ones in the mall, I have heard them!!!


  1. Ah, welcome to the world of old parents, Mindy. Remember when you thought that Relief Society was for old ladies? Well, dear, now you are one of us. Isn't it nice to know that your children think so little of you that they don't want to be see with you any more? This too shall pass and by the time they start college, they will think you are smart again and okay to hang out with ( however, you will find that your money is still good for whatever they might have in mind) This is what us really old people call paybacks!!!! Yours will come to you before you know it!!!

  2. Dad said after you all left last week that Dyllon was really getting buff. Imagine him and Hunter on the road at the same time?!? It isn't safe from Tremonton to Provo anymore!!!

  3. Wow, I'm glad he survived my babysitting him! congrats!

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