My girls had their spring break last week so we tried our best to do something with them every day rather than them sitting in front of the tv all week. One evening, we took them to see the movie Tangled at the movie theater. We also took them another night to see Rango at the Drive-In theater. They were so funny. When we told them to get some blankets because we were going to see Rango at the drive-in, they were all excited. Then, in a split second, they stopped and looked at us and said "Ummm, what's a drive-in movie?" So funny. Needless to say, they enjoyed it. Of course, we did to. You can't beat the price. When we went to see Tangled at the regular theater, tickets, popcorn and drinks for the four of us cost us about $85.00. Two movies, popcorn and drinks for four of us at the drive-in was only $30.00. Hmmmm, I have NO problem watching a movie from the inside of the van for that price and it was so much fun to have the girls with us to enjoy it.
The greatest husband, dad, friend and computer guru! Relaxed, loving, and definitely the smartest guy I know. He also has a humorous side that shines unexpectedly!
My oldest: Jennah, our 9 yr old fashionista! Loves art, and fashion. Models for anything. Humorous yet serious at the same time. A very caring big sister and daughter. Laughable, loveable and knows no enemy - a complete girly girl.
My youngest: Kaylee, she's 5, my full time job, loves her big sister, very independent and hates it when she can't get "her way", being cute is her profession.
Annie and Tigger
Annie's our new little puppy. The world is her chew toy as well as her bathroom. I believe she's the reason people have wood floors. For now, her cuteness makes her tolerable! Tigger, our cat, he's the boss and he owns us. Need I say more.