Monday Night Dinner

Dinner time.

Oversensitive children are usually the first sign of trouble.

Crying over not getting to watch “Cat in the Hat” is two.

And the third indicator of a difficult day comes with fighting your brother because he’s playing with your balloon animal left over from the Freeseman Super Bowl Party.

And this was before 740 AM.

We all made it on time to our destinations, so no harm, no foul.

Grandma Paula and Grandpa Wil took pity on our meal plan and invited us for supper. I suppose it is a chance to make sure we are getting a proper balance of fruits and vegetables.

Candyland is a great place to visit, but you may not want to live there.

A big thank you for the food and good times. And a little break with those that give personal attention does the boys wonders.

Grandma was able to play a mean game of Candyland.

And it was a few years on this day, Wil and Paula were at the hospital. Paula was a little busier than Wil. She was giving birth to a little baby girl.

They named her Amy.

She may be a few miles from her family this week, but her boys do love her and wish her a happy birthday.

Happy Birthday, Mom.

You may want to spend :49 to watch this birthday greeting. Levi wanted to make sure his mother is aware he cried. Classic Levi.


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