Chris and Kelsey are smack-dab in the middle of a move, from one house to the other, so Chris wasn't able to come this weekend. But Kelsey, despite this being her third trip to our house in less than a month, packed up the kids and all of their paraphernalia, and drove to Temple so Grandma and Grandpa could enjoy them for the holiday weekend. And enjoy them we did! Here are some pictorial highlights of our time together.
CLARA PERFORMS ON THE RECORDER
A SOAPBALL MAKING KIT (But the kids got creative and used cookie cutters instead.)
BLUEBONNET PICTURES (An annual MUST-DO for kids in Texas)
KIDDOKINGDOM - THE BOUNCY HOUSE PLACE (Tuckered out, at the end)
ROBERT SHOWS OFF SOME OF HIS TAEKWONDO MOVES
DYING EASTER EGGS
WRITING A LETTER TO THE EASTER BUNNY
WATCHING SOME ANIMATED EASTER VIDEOS ON NETFLIX
THE EASTER EGG HUNT
DRESSED UP FOR CHURCH (And showing off the stuffed animals they got from two sweet, elderly ladies from church, Miss Doe and Miss Wanda.)
TIME FOR A LITTLE SILLINESS
No pictures for this one, but we also went to the theater to see the new Cinderella movie. I wasn't sure that Robert would want to go, and offered to let him opt out, but he didn't want to miss out on anything, so we all went. An hour or so into the movie (about the time his popcorn ran out), however, Robert was thinking he might not have made such a good decision -- too much romance and "girly" stuff for him! But the rest of us gave this sweet re-do of the classic Disney movie two thumbs up. The take-away theme of the movie is, "Have courage and be kind." You can't go wrong with that!