Inspired by the radiology waiting room, I set out a 500 piece puzzle. I have to be careful about when I sit down to work on it, because it draws me in.
The girls were off from school so we decided do some family time.
You remember when the girls opted to not watch the inappropriate movie that was being offered at school? Well, their daddy tells them when they say no to something because they feel its wrong, that he'll make sure they get something bigger and better than the thing they said no to.
We've been patiently waiting and finally there was a movie showing at the theater that is family friendly. Shaun took a mid-afternoon break and the five of us went to see Cinderella. We all approved!
Morally I know its wrong to buy cereal that changes the color of milk, but I did it anyway and the kids were thrilled.
Aiden's turn to make dinner.
Avery's 4th grade class led mass and Avery did a reading.
Aiden and I did a double-date with Amy and Rocco. They screened as we chatted.
Cheesy Chicken and Potato Chowder...yummy! She's a 21st Century kid, reading the recipe (from Pinterest) off my phone.
A sampling of the three dozen selfies Amanda left on my phone.
And the best part...by early afternoon it was all melted and it was bike-riding weather again.
Amanda spent quite a bit of time patiently leading Alayna around on the two-wheeler.