Any given week can have lots of challenges, long days, routine matters, difficult to get up days...but most of the time there is lots of goodness mixed up in there. This week seemed so busy and we both had long work days and busy evenings, but in between all that, we had a lot of opportunity for fun together. We know we are so blessed to be sharing all these parts of life!
Here are Tinley and Daddy at "Donuts for Dad." She made him that great tie for their morning date.
Here are some pictures of Parker at Math and Science Night at school. This is his awesome chameleon poster he made to be displayed for the evening.
He met some famous scientists like Albert Einstein and collected their autographs in his book...kind of like Disney World...kind of.
He even got to wear Sally Ride's helmet!
I had to work the event so Grandpa took Parker around, but they snuck in a little visit. Everyone was also dressed up as a math or science word. I stuck with the simple "plus" sign. Parker wanted to be the phases of the moon. Thank goodness for Daddy!
Made me smile to see Parker fall asleep with a book in his hand.
This weekend, we ventured towards Fayetteville. . We were glad to catch up with the Hardens while we were there. Hard to get these little ones to be still, but they sure were cute.
We met Grandpa at the Flight museum.
Showing Parker the kind of helicopters he used to fly in the Army. Parker definitely impressed (and apparently ready for battle.)
And everywhere you go, there is some sign of Star Wars...Darth Vader? What are you doing here?
And finally, our reason for heading that way to start with. Last year Dad and Bonnie gave us the really cool gift of going "indoor skydiving." Time snuck up on us and we just now got around to checking it out.
I realize that none of these pictures are very flattering...but we have to document this experience. I feel like we should have busted out into a hip hop dance with these outfits on.
These are the pros...maybe we'll do that next time!
We definitely realized I was cheesing the whole time like a happy fairy and Brandon looks serious and ready to save the universe. Together we could do big things!
What a fun experience and a great gift. We were glad to have our little spectators along...they were definitely amused!