We went to Gardner Village last Friday night and who knew it would be so fun. We went last year during the day so unbeknownst to us we missed out on a plethora of nightly activities. Everyone, and I mean everyone, dresses up like witches. Scary witches, funny witches, sassy witches...you name it. The streets were packed and we were probably two of ten people not dressed up. There was a parade, giveaways and all sorts of fun stuff. There were darling shops to walk through and cute little fake witches throughout doing funny activities like dancing or playing baseball. We had a nice time just walking around in the beautiful fall weather.
Sunday, October 25, 2009
*spending time with Allie, Jessie, Britnie, Janelle and Michelle
*staying at the new Hyatt downtown
*being within walking distance to everything at the Gateway
*shopping without my little redheaded sidekick
*seeing Love Happens (this was a high and a low)
*two adult women and two babies sharing a queen sized bed
*bonding time with little Eden
*finally having time to read all the blogs on my google reader
*being constantly "attached" to a fussy baby, who probably gained 3 pounds in 3 days
*seeing this cute little face peeking out
*eating this monster
*at this restaurant
*deciding you have to be smokin' hot to work at Trio
*seeing these two BFFs together
Another successful weekend...
Thanks to everyone who made it happen.
Sunday, October 11, 2009
Things I learned/(re-learned)...
1. Putting ponytails in a precocious redheaded toddlers hair is nigh unto impossible...
2. Indie likes fresh rasbury ice cream... she also likes hot tubs... but she REALLY likes fresh rasbury ice cream in the hot tub!
3. Indie loves her grandma, but when she is really sad, she needs her daddy...
4. Indie HATES sleeping anywhere but in her own little cribby!
5. I am fast becoming a master with a flat-iron.
6. Indie's new trick is taking her own pants off randomly and carrying them to me...
7. There is absolutely NO greater honor, blessing, title, rank, degree, or any other accomplishment in life that compares to being a father. The GREATEST three days of my life, were the ones that each of my girls came to my life! Each one has completely stolen my heart and soul in their own unique and special way. I am NOTHING without them. They lift me up, keep me laughing, and make me the man that I am today... I owe my life to them and hope they know that everything that I do is for them, and that I am so glad that they take such good care of me! I am the proudest husband/daddy in the world...
Now hurry home and play with me!!!!