Monday, April 21, 2008
So Saturday night we took our kids to the park...nothing special, just an outing at the park. I have to admit, I was dragging my feet a little. I had been cleaning and running errands and kept busy with Saturday things. I was tired and not really up for an outing to the park. It turned out to be one of the best family nights ever. I can't even tell you why. It was just a regular night at the park. We were the only ones there. It was one of those rare but treasured moments that you don't want life to change one bit. I could have lived in that night for the rest of my life and not been tired of it. I think this is maybe the second time ever I just wish my crazies could be kids forever.
216. That's right. I just felt that the more pictures I took, the longer the night would last. I wanted to remember every second of it. The kids every expression and mannerisms. Seriously. It was just unreal to me that I have three kids that are so incredibly cute. Don't worry, I didn't include every picture. But it was certainly hard to narrow it down. There was nothing about them that wasn't cute.
Anyway, last Saturday will go down as one of those freeze frame moments in my kids lives that I will always remember...for no particular reason.
MOM AND GRAY
Could this kid look any less like me? Seriously. We look nothing alike.
CAR RIDE AFTER
A TRIP TO :
for ice cream. The night was too good to not include ice cream...anything to make it last a little longer and keep the kids up even farther past their bedtime, right? This is the same Frosty I referred to here. Mom and Cindy were right...they do have the best soft serve ice cream I've ever experienced. Frosty was like a step back in time. The service was incredible. The place was booming with families on a Saturday night. Even families with teenage kids. It smelt so fantastic, you can bet I'll be back to try their burgers.
I just can't get over how cute they were on Saturday night. Luckily, I don't have to get over it (as Spencer pointed out to me).