All Girls School

July 16, 2008, 8:43 pm
Filed under: Bubba, family

We spent last weekend up at my parents’ house. The girls were thoroughly spoiled with new dresses and shoes. My mom called me up earlier that day and asked me their shoe sizes. I got two out of the three wrong. Yeesh – I have no idea what size shoes my kids wear any more. We rarely wear shoes in the summer and when we throw them on to go out, the little girls rarely wear their own, choosing to throw on their big sisters’ instead. We had a great time, though. We ate lots of good food, watched too much cable, played outside and visited with friends and family. We had friends up for an annual airshow, so we took the grandparents over to visit the planes. This was the first time they had gotten the opportunity to see the plane up close and Bubba climbed right up and played the tour guide. It was fun to watch her. They also made candy airplanes, popsicle stick planes, tried on different helmets and military hats and sat behind a cardboard cutout placing them in the pilot seat. The snowcones, though, were the hit of the show. Dad flew back in the plane, so we timed it that our drive back put us at the airport about fifteen minutes before they landed. It’s always fun to watch them fly. Now we’re spending our time getting organized for our family camping trip next week. It’s overwhelming trying to decide what things we will need, what things we probably won’t even take out of the van, and what things we’ll be kicking ourselves for not bringing. We’ll be sure to remember our camera for this trip.


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