Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Busy Couple of Days

This past weekend was busy and fun. We also experienced some firsts this weekend. On Friday, I took the kids with me to Tri Cities. And of course, I kind of got lost, again. It was such a long day with those 2! They just wear me out sometimes. Thank goodness, I was able to meet Courtney over there and she helped me quite a bit with them. Cooper was so excited that Courtney was with us.

Saturday, I went to the Farmer's Market with Kristi and her mom. After the Farmer's Market, we went on the Tour of Homes (or whatever they call it) in Moses Lake. It was sooo HOT! We saw some amazing houses and some that were so-so for the price they were wanting. I love looking at houses and seeing how they are decorated or how the walls are painted. It gives me lots of ideas for our house. I even took some pictures of one particular house that I fell in love with. (Yeah, I know I'm weird!) After the tour of homes, I met up with Bryce and the kids and went to lunch. Then, we were supposed to go to the free concert in Moses Lake that evening, but Bryce decided he would rather play poker with his brothers than spend time with me, sniff sniff.

On Sunday, it was our usual routine. Church, naps, Grandma and Grandpa's. While we were up at Grandma and Grandpa's, Cooper got stung by a bee (a cutter bee) 3 three times! So, that was an experience for us. Cooper was a trooper though! Meanwhile, while we were up there Sara was just a fussy bucket the whole time. So, after we got home and put the kids in bed, Bryce and I decided to relax a little bit. After we had been in bed for a couple of hours, we woke up to Sara screaming. I just thought she needed a bottle and all would be good. Well, when I went into her room to check on her and her room reaked of throw up. Poor baby had thrown up all over her bed. So, we changed her sheets and changed her pajamas and wouldn't you know, she threw up again. Once again, I changed her clothes and took her into her room and started to rock her. Well, not 3 minutes later, she threw up again. Again, I started to rock her and she finally fell asleep and slept the rest of the night. That was our first experience with middle of the night throwing up. Hopefully, we won't have to experience that again anytime soon!

Yesterday, we went to the Aquatic Center and let the kids play in the water for a little bit. Well, Cooper played and Sara just screamed the whole time. Brent and Cindy and their kids were there also. So, Cooper had a blast playing with everyone. After we left the Aquatic Center, we all went to Dairy Queen for dinner. I so needed that blizzard! It was delicious!


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5 comments:

Rachel said...

Middle of the night throw up is the WORST! Glad it didn't last all night long. . .

Erin said...

I hate middle of the night puke! Cami once was sleeping on our bed and puked in my hair in the middle of the night. Talk about gross! I love to look at model homes to, and wish I could buy the really nice expensive ones and that they would stay and pretty and clean as they are!

ab5cgang said...

Yesterday was fun. We should try to do it again. Just think next year it will somewhat easier.

AOlson said...

Too bad about the middle of the night throw-up. That is definately the worst!! Again, I LIVE IN Tri-Cities!!! Just a friendly reminder:)

Going Family said...

Middle of the night throw is never fun. So sorry you had to go through it. I know it was your fisrt, but don't worry, it won't the last!!

I love the Parade of Homes, but the tickets are so expensive. So we usually walk through homes under construction. Shawn loves it!