Thursday, July 15, 2010

Six Flags

"Twinkle, twinkle, little star..."
(Please notice how the husbands are completely tuning the singing out...)

After eighty-two renditions of the song, "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star", we finally made it to Six Flags! I was very apprehensive because I had not been in YEARS! I certainly had never been with toddlers which in itself was enough reason to think of medicating before the trip. To my pleasant surprise, the park was not crowded! This really excited me because every time I think of Six Flags, I get this stench of body odor in my nose. There is something about walking by hot, smelly, and wet adults that can really trigger your gag reflex. 

There were soo many rides for the girls! This too, was a huge surprise! I guess because I never have stepped foot into Bugs Bunny Land. I mean, why would I before now? Anyhow, the girls had a thrilling time! They even rode a roller coaster! Apparently, this new ride, Canyon Blaster, is a mini version of the Mine Train (which they were not tall enough to ride). We were able to get them on Splash Waterfall and Thunder River also! I would also like to add, that we were SOAKED! I highly recommend taking a change of clothes. It was really ridiculous. It felt great at the time, but thirty minutes later of my wet thighs rubbing together was not FUN! At one point, I looked down and saw sparks igniting. Ugh. All in all, it was a wonderful day full of fun, thrills, and laughter! 

Friday, July 9, 2010

A day on the lake...

We had a spectacular day on the lake...
There is no calmer time than riding on a boat while you look over at your children. It's just something about being on a huge body of water and seeing God's perfect creation all around.

On a funny note...Ms. Randi decided to ride the inner tube. I am so glad that I was able to capture that pivotal moment when she glided across the lake!!! hahaha

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Friday, July 2, 2010


Rest In Peace
It has been five days since Sophia has had her "paebi". I could not be happier! Yet, I feel a bit sad because seeing her with it let me think of her as my baby. Now, without it in her mouth all day, I actually see that she is not a baby at all! I can also hear what she is saying because it's not muffled by the nipple in her mouth!!! I LOVE YOU FIFI!!!

Thursday, July 1, 2010


The girls had a very exciting day! The place where they take gymnastics had a special camp for Fairytale Princesses. They wore pretty dresses, tiaras, and even had wands. They glittered up, read stories, and danced! At the end, they presented what they had learned for all the parents! Priceless...
 Sophia chose to SIT WITH ME instead of dancing. Surprise...Surprise!!!