Tuesday! My mom and dad told Ky and Kade that if they counted all the change in their change jars, that they would take the change to the bank, and split up the money between the three boys. It was fun to watch them count all the coins, and see that even though each coin may not be worth a lot, they added up quickly.
We even stopped at Krispie Kreme for some yummy donuts. As we were standing by the display case, we each picked out a special donut that we wanted, and we picked out a jack-o-lantern one for Krew. We sat down at a table there to eat, opened the box and immediately Krew started screaming, "Sprinkles! Sprinkles!" He was mad! I guess he had seen a sprinkle-covered donut in the case and decided he wanted that one, and we never bothered to ask him which one he wanted. So my mom, being the amazing grandma that she is, cut in front of a few people in line to buy Krew a sprinkle donut. Normally I wouldn't stand for giving into a tantrum throwing toddler. But grandmas are supposed to spoil their grandkids-and my mom doesn't get that chance very often, and since being sick, Krew had still eaten almost nothing, and we would have given into any tantrum he threw if it meant he would finally eat something!
After we finished shopping, we went to BYU campus to visit my dad at work. We ate lunch at the Cougareat-like a food court on campus-and Kade and Ky thought that it was so awesome that in college the "lunchroom" had real restaurants. Of course, when they asked me, "which of these places was your favorite place to eat when you went here for college?" they were disappointed when I told them that because I was in college, I could never afford to eat there, and I packed my own lunch, just like they do now.