Thursday, March 15, 2012

What a Fun and Exciting Day!

We did more today than we've done all week.  Let's start from the beginning.  My last post stated that I FINALLY cleaned Kinsley's room and took out her winter clothes.  I've still got to bag them up and ship them all off to my sister for her little girl. 

My best friend from high school, Nikki, brought her 6 year old over for a playdate.  We haven't seen eachother in a while and our kiddos haven't seen each other in 2 years.  We had a lot of catching up to do.  We started off by going out to eat.  I chose Chili's because it's close to Wal-Mart and we needed to get the girls some cheap swimsuits.  I love, love, love Chili's. 
Kinsley giving me her "cheese" face.

Katie and Camdyn coloring.  They were so cute playing together.  They even started singing Adele's song, Someone Like You.  They were cracking us up, because they don't really know the words to the song.  They have the right tune and rhythm, but that's about it.

One of my dearest, oldest friends.  We've been friends since the sixth grade.  That is 19 years...WOW!!!

The girls being silly at Wal-Mart.  We got the cutest bathing suits.  I also bought some spring/summer clothes for both girls.  Kinsley is excited because I never by her clothes except for her birthday and Christmas.  She gets Katie's old clothes and her cousin's old clothes.  She was thrilled!!!

Look how stinkin' cute that bathing suit is.  It's was $10...yep, that's it.  I fell in love with it when I saw it.

Kinsley's is super cute too.  It gave her a droopy bottom though.  She'll grow into it....I hope.

After the Splash Park, we went home and rested while we waited for Daddy to get home from work.  Kinsley took a nap and Katie drove me crazy while asking every 5 minutes when we would be leaving to go to the festival.  She has been waiting all week.  The bad thing about making her wait to go to the festival all week, is that we live right down the road from it.  We can hear the screams from the rides when we step out our back door.

Once we got to the festival, Katie had to ride the pony.  She looks like she's having a blast, right?

Poor Kinsley had to sit and watch.  She was too little to ride.

Kinsley wasn't too little to ride the carousel.  Daddy has to ride it with them.  It makes me sick.  Plus, I'm too short to stand next to them.  I alost dropped Katie when she was little.  Never again.

This child scarfed down the bloomin' onion.  She would pull the crust off and eat the onion.  She was the last one eating and cried when I finally took it from her.

We also ate boudain balls.  YUM!!!  Momma and babies love some boudain.

He's a silly daddy.

Katie and I rode the ferris wheel.  She got on it like she had ridden one all of her life.  She even sat on the other side from me, and she talked the entire time.

I had to add this one.  I had one of those, "Oh no, my baby is growing up!" moments.  She looks so grown up here.  I can see a very big kid in her face.  Made me a little sad.

Kinsley was great the entire time we were there, but when I took her out of the stroller...

She got so mad at me.  She would not look at me and even turned around and put her back to me.  I knew then that it was time to hit the road and go to bed.

As we were walking to the exit, Katie wanted to ride the big, fun slide.  She walked up and rode down all by herself.  Wow!  My baby isn't a baby anymore.

We had a very fun, exhausting day.  I wonder what tomorrow will bring?

1 comment:

  1. Ohh my goodness Katie does look so grown up on the Ferris Wheel! Sounds like a super fun day!