Family Facts of Life

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Since Utah Valley has made its mark as the family-friendly capital of the state, we decided to feature a few of those “numbered marks” that showcase our family ties. In the chart below, we asked three local families to give us a quantified glimpse into their pantries and daily routines. So take a look, grab a pen and then tally your own set of family facts.

Rick and Heather Griffin, Lehi

Number of children: 4

Children’s ages: 4, 6, 8, 10

Time the kids go to bed: 8:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Time the parents go to bed: 11 p.m.

Number of gallons of milk consumed per week: 2

Number of different types of cereal currently in the pantry: 8

Number of TVs in the house: 3

Number of computers in the house: 2

Number of phones in the house: 3

Number of cell phones owned by the family: 2

John and Shay Nixon, Provo

Number of children: 2

Children’s ages: 3, 9

Time the kids go to bed: 7 p.m. & 9 p.m.

Time the parents go to bed: 10 p.m.

Number of gallons of milk consumed per week: 2

Number of different types of cereal currently in the pantry: 4

Number of TVs in the house: 3

Number of computers in the house: 2

Number of phones in the house: 2

Number of cell phones owned by the family: 1

Wally and Sheli Randolph, Spanish Fork

Number of children: 4

Children’s ages: 5, 5, 10, 13

Time the kids go to bed: 8:30 p.m. – 10 p.m.

Time the parents go to bed: 11 p.m. – Midnight

Number of gallons of milk consumed per week: 4

Number of different types of cereal currently in the pantry: 6

Number of TVs in the house: 3

Number of computers in the house: 3

Number of phones in the house: 4

Number of cell phones owned by the family: 4

 

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