My parents came to visit this past weekend and I have way too many pictures and way too many stories and way too many memories. They left yesterday and I'm trying to organize my thoughts so I can capture and remember our time together. With visits few and far between, each chance to laugh and talk together is special!
They arrived on Friday and my kids pushed and shoved to be the first one for hugs and kisses. They love their Grandpa and Grandma, and their grandparents love them a hundred times more.
They arrived on my birthday and brought gifts and cake. I was so happy with the plush, soft, thick bathroom towels my parents gave me, but Grady Lee was concerned and asked me later if I "was sad that Grandma only got me boring towels for my birthday?" Compared to dump trucks and race cars, towels are pretty boring I guess.
We spent a couple of hours at Discovery Place - mostly watching the kids explore and have fun, but also watching my dad get in on some action, too.
I'm not sure if I should call these three guys handsome or if I should turn and run the other way because they have that don't-mess-with-me kind of look.
We'd originally planned to take everyone after the boys soccer game, but Grady found a Yoforia in Uptown and it was the perfect lunch after our morning out.
Annalyse licked her bowl dry! Well, whatever wasn't already on her shirt or stroller seat.
All these pictures later, and I'm just to Saturday afternoon. G-Parent Visit: Part 2 will come later... right now I need to fold laundry and answer emails and schedule some appointments and make dinner. And I should probably go get Annalyse out of her bed - I think she's been crying for a while now. Oops.