Monday, March 29, 2010

A visit from Nana

Nana spent yet another break from school up in the northwest. She was only here for five days this time, but we sure managed to squeeze a lot of fun activities into a very short time. To start off our weekend, we attended Adrian's 4th birthday at Mt. Scott community center. It was a swimming party and both Carter and Kennedy had a wonderful time. There was a slide and a lazy river and fun pool toys to play with, and the water was super warm - it was fantastic.

Our little fish. Can you tell that Carter is trying with all his might to avoid getting his face wet? He's getting better and better in the water but is still quite apprehensive about putting his head under. Kennedy, on the other hand, is fearless and will dive right in! I think Kyle is trying to hold her back at this point.

Big giant kick boards were a hit!

Next stop, Big Al's for bowling and arcade games. Carter really loves to bowl on the Wii, so every time we drive past our local bowling alley he asks to go. We've gone a few times and each time he gets a little better. I love that there are bumpers and ball ramps - makes the whole experience much more enjoyable for him.

The football game! Carter had been talking about this game since we went months ago. I told him it was something that he'd have to do with Daddy - well, I think Daddy may have had as much fun as Carter!

On to the basketball game

Kennedy's no dummy, she knows where money's at...Nana's wallet!

We had a little pre-Easter celebration while Nana was here, as well. The kids got Easter baskets and we dyed eggs. It was a lot of fun and the eggs turned out great.

Andrew was over playing, so he got to join in on the fun. The Kraljs have moved back to this side of the river, so once again the boys can play. It's been great!

Kennedy got into the egg dying, as well. Never one to be left out, she wanted to do everything that the boys were doing.

How sweet does he look?

On Nana's last day, we went to Kids Club. We'd never been there before and the kids loved it. They were climbing, sliding, running and just having a ball. Both Nana and I were tired and sore once playtime was over, though.

Who's having fun?

Whoa! It took Carter a few minutes to warm up, but once he did he was off. He made a few friends and ran around like crazy for 2+ hours.

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