Its good and slightly sad to be back. I miss Europe and the time that husband and I were together with our boy. We were slightly exotic parents to daxton as we put him through the war by traveling so much- however he was a happy camper and probably enjoyed the sights as much as we did or at least he seemed like it. we took a bum load of pictures and so your just going to have to see each place one at a time and sit through all the pictures. Fair warning!
To start off we got the opportunity to visit Elder Chris Osmond (he is serving a LDS mission in the Netherlands) He saw Daxton for the first time and they immediately were best friends. Don't mind Daxton in this picture the poor thing just got off the 11 hour plane ride)
Dad Osmond got the great opportunity to do 3 fireside or church meeting for people out in Chris's area. The firesides were truly inspiring and hopefully the song we sang in Dutch didn't detract from that feeling. haha We met a lot of great people, and enjoyed a lot of Belgium chocolate. yum
here is Kuekenhof- yes try saying that without knowing dutch. For those who don't know dutch let me translate- an vast amounts of flowers in one place that are bbbeeeaaautiuful!
Well we got to explore the gorgeous city of Amsterdam, see Ann Frank's home and tried to fit into the netherlandian way of life.
Dank u wel