Paducah Favorites

We spent today enjoying Paducah. We had our traditional first-moring-in-Paducah-breakfast of Red’s donuts. Gram takes my car and all the kids in their pajamas to get the donuts. (I get to stay home and wait for mine to be delivered.) We lazed the morning away and the kids enjoyed all of the toys at Gram’s house and maybe a few cartoons too. Then we ventured to Starn’s for BBQ sandwiches for lunch. The kids thought eating at the counter was great fun. Later that afternoon the boys got out Gram’s change bowl and sorted money. The deal used to be that if you could count it out then Gram would pay you in paper money what you counted. We did inform the boys they were a little too old and advanced for that. They still had fun playing in the money. Kaitlyn worked all the puzzles. Ben took a great nap and then made a mess with all the toys. We spent the evening with some good family friends. Teague was in heaven riding the 4-wheeler with Buddy. I think he would have ridden all night if he could have.

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Scenes From A Roadtrip – Day 2

We spent most of the day on the road but made it to Gram’s house in time for a late dinner. The kids were so excited to see Gram and their cousins. Wade and I were excited to be out of the car!

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Scenes From A Roadtrip – Day 1

We are spending Thanksgiving in Paducah. To make the trip worthwhile we are going for the entire week. To make the trip interesting, we decided to drive. We got everything packed up and headed out today for day one of the drive.

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Snow!!

We did get snow, but not enough to cancel school. The boys had been desperately hoping for no school for several reasons. They love to play in the snow and they knew that most likely meant we would leave for KY a day early. The snow was a wet snow – not great for playing. It was soggy and drippy, but the minute they were home from school they wanted to go outside. Normally I would race them out but I was packing for everyone and had no desire to go outside. Then I heard them laughing outside. I pretty quickly got Ben dressed and we went outside too.

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Bedtime Books

Alex was put in an awesome mood by the upcoming snow. He even offered to read Kaitlyn her bedtime books. She loved the extra attention.

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Real Life Or Art

Teague came home with an interesting project from art class. I’m still not exactly sure what they used to create their ice cream from but it does look good enough to eat.

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Bathtime

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Big Difference

These kids really wanted to watch their movie. They were trying to humor me and faking smiles in the hopes that I would take a quick picture. Then Wade got behind me and started making faces. Instant genuine smiles.

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