Friday, April 15, 2011
I'm not quite sure why, but our kiddos just adore eating food outside. Do yours love this too? Any restaurant that has a patio is quite a nightmare to visit - they just beg and beg to get to sit outside, no matter the temperature. So when they asked if they could eat dinner outside a few days ago I was all about it. I love not having to sweep up after a meal!
They were pretending they were camping in the front yard. After playing in the sprinkler they laid out their towels and then got some of our holiday decorations out to"set up camp." Not really sure where they got these crazy ideas from, but we were happy to allow such nonsense!
Thursday, April 14, 2011
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Monday, April 11, 2011
kinds of crowns Korean kings used to have, so we made our own fancy ones. they weigh about a thousand pounds and are quite messy, with all the glitter, beads, sequins and gems falling off, but the kiddos didn't seem to mind.
Friday, April 08, 2011
before all the madness hit we took the kiddos put put golfing at one of those indoor glow in the dark places. We had a ton of fun, although it went by so quickly I'm not quite sure if it was worth the money. I thought for sure it would take us hours to go through it all, but amazingly the kids got ALL hole in ones. That's right, folks, every single one a hole in one. :)
Tuesday, April 05, 2011
Noah really loved watching the whole thing though. I made the mistake of telling the boys that the chef's put on a show for you while they cook your food. So when we got there Wy kept asking where the TV was. I couldn't figure out what he meant and then he said, "You said they would put on a show!!" Ha! It went well, though, till the guy lit the grill on fire. Wyatt absolutely FREAKED out. Screaming, sobbing, begging to be taken home. And he stayed that way pretty much for the rest of the dinner. We weren't able to get any pics though, cause we were holding him the whole time. It was so ridiculous it was funny!
Annie was also a bit difficult so we had to leave her in her carseat. The girl has become WILD at the dinner table. Trying to grab everything, eat everything, and drink any cup she can get her mouth onto. You can see Noah entertained her by playing music on her carseat with a chopstick!
Our next stop in geography is India, so I don't think we will be dragging the kids to any Indian restaurants. And you know what Josh's common response to where do you want to eat is, "Anything but Indian." :)