Monday, November 8, 2010


My birthday was last Thursday. Madelyn and Luke had a home made card waiting for me and lots of kisses. Luke worked from home all morning while Madelyn and I alternated between playing and cleaning. We met up with some friends for lunch at Jason's Deli. We officially order Madelyn a kid's meal when we go out to eat now. Usually she eats most of it, but she wasn't too excited about the grilled cheese sandwich that day.

I love watching she and Luke walk together. Not too long ago he was carrying her in her baby carrier and now she's holding his had and walking beside him. I know it won't be too long and she will be walking 10 feet behind us to avoid being seen with her dorky parents. Ha! Can I tell you that life at my house can be described in many ways, but above all I think that it is always fun! At any given moment you never know what you are going to see when you walk in to a room. This sight, was too funny not to capture though. Madelyn and Luke wearing the gnome hats I made while MK eats a snack and Luke does some work.
Lately I have been filling lots of orders for Turkey shirts and Christmas shirts so I thought it was appropriate to put one on my little darling. We decorate for Christmas early around our house, so why not wear the clothes to match??

Is there anything greater than seeing a look of sheer joy on your child's face??
You know those times when someone snaps a picture of you and you just know it's not going to be your most flattering look? I wonder if that's what Madelyn was thinking when I snapped her picture while she was swinging? Ha! I doubt it, but it has to be one of the goofiest little faces that I have ever seen her make! I love it and it will definitely find a home in a frame sometime soon.

I love my family. I could not imagine life without these two.
The hubs surprised me and took me to play BINGO! We had SO much fun. We called on the way over to ask how much it was and when we got there the woman behind the counter said, "You are the ones that called!". Apparently we stood out. There were at least 150-200 people there. We sat in the non smoking room which should have been called the "less smokey room" with a very small crowd. We laughed non stop and had a great time. We didn't win anything of course, but it was the best $5 date I have ever been on!

We ate a late dinner at Salsarita's (Tyler's version of Chipotle) and it was delicious!

Turning 25 wasn't that bad...actually, I couldn't be more blessed.

1 comment:

  1. Oh my word. I've wanted to play Bingo for so long! We'll totally go with y'all next time. Just let me know!


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