Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Wordless Wednesday

This weekend was such a busy one for us!  It started out with the 5k run on Saturday morning.  After that, the girls and I got ready to go to the zoo!
Kendall was pretty fascinated with the lazy monkeys
Sydney loved the fish!
Trying to get a good look at the seals
We met up with a couple of moms and babies we met on a mommy message board.  So fun to finally meet in person, and how cute are those kids??
Kendall bolted for the bear and said, "Take my picture, Mommy!!"
I hear a crunching, and turn around to find Sydney found a way to raid the pantry.
Sydney's new favorite game is standing under the bar stools
Kendall decided to try to squeeze in with her
Only, there wasn't enough room for the both of them and they got stuck.  lol
The world is good again when they realized there are 2 stools so they each get one. :)
Finish the night off with a good game of fishing
And, one more trip under the stool before bed.




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7 comments:

  1. I love this post! The girls are so cute! the picture of them playing with barstools is priceless! Love looking at the pictures!

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  2. These are great - love their barstool fun! This reminds me so much of my two girls when they were little.

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  3. The barstool pictures are classic! Such pretty girls! Congrats on the 5K! That is awesome!

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  4. The barstool with them squished is too funny!

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  5. Its amazing how much fun you can have with just the simplest of things. Those bar stools look like great fun.....to adults we just see them as things to sit on (how boring!) :-) Love the blog by the way.

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  6. ahahaha the picture where they are stuck made me laugh. how cute.

    cheers.

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  7. looks like a great day! and yay for new mommy friends :)

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