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An Amazing Weekend

I know that I have once again fallen off of the blogging train, but I am trying my hardest to get back on track.  I may even get a few posts up in the next few days since I'm only responsible for one kiddo.  Ha!  In case you're wondering, my parents came down for a short visit and took Ellie back home with them.

It was actually an impromptu visit and they called to say they were on their way late Friday morning.  I met them on my lunch break to give them the carseats, and they picked up both kids at school.  When Eric and I got off work, we all went to town for dinner and some quick shopping.  They were tired from traveling, so they headed back to the house with Ellie while Eli, Eric and I ran a few more errands.

On Saturday after Eli's ball practice, we all went to lunch and Ralphie's Fun Center.  It was some of the most fun I've had in a long time playing putt-putt, watching the kids jump in the inflatables, and watching Eli stomped his daddy in bowling.  Ha!

My parents had to leave and took Ellie with them, so the boys and I did some grocery shopping before heading home.  We ended the day by grilling out, watching movies and playing board games.  We all ended up oversleeping this morning and missed church.  We NEVER sleep that late.  I guess we were tired because we've basically watched movies and played board games all day.

I haven't felt this rested in a long time.  What a great way to start Spring Break!!


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