Well, I guess it's obvious that I haven't really gotten around to blogging much. I had a feeling this is how it would be. We've just been having way too much fun to make time for the blog world!
On Saturday, we met up with very good, very old high school friends. David C. and Joy, and David A. and Stephanie. The boys started out by playing basketball, while the girls and the kids hung out at David and Stephanie's house. Once the boys got cleaned up (and after David A. and Grant played quite a few rounds of Mario Kart, which is a tradition they've had since high school), we went out to Texas Roadhouse, which was a sight to be seen, with 6 adults and 6 kids!
Sunday, we went to church, and Kendall was quite the attraction with her cute little red velvet shoes.
On Monday, we went to the CrossFit gym with Grant's parents. For a little background, John (Grant's brother) is really involved in CrossFit, and has been for a while now. So, Betty (Grant's mom) decided she would start CrossFit, too. Grant with her a couple of times last week, and I went on Monday. Needless to say, I was pretty tired (exhausted, really) afterwards, and had a hard time holding Kendall.
After CrossFit, we went to King Buffet, which is this HUGE Chinese Buffet. You know how a lot of buffets have self-serve ice cream machines? Well, King Buffet had self-serve Blue Bell ice cream tubs!! So this picture is for Edie.
Tuesday, we met up with David C. and Joy again, before they headed back to Birmingham. We met at Chick-Fil-A, and I think there might have been a love connection between Seth and Kendall.
Okay, this picture looks way more grown up than it actually was. Kendall was tilting her head to get a better look at Seth, then Seth leaned in for the kiss (after a little prodding from Joy and I).
And today, Christmas Eve, Kendall and her cousin, Jessica, wore matching outfits. It's very cute seeing them play together.
So, that's pretty much what's been going on with us these last several days. That, and Kendall is getting her 8th tooth, and is not very happy with anything right now. Except for my mom. She's always happy when my mom is around.