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Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Spring... Break?

Evan had blood drawn at Providence. I promised him donuts and he got to ride in the golf cart twice which seemed to be enough of a reward that he didn't shed a tear. The phlebotimist was not the best. She had to wiggle the needle around a bunch as she struggled to find a good vein. He is a brave kid!
Spring Break started Friday. The weather was beautiful in Waco so the kids and I went to the zoo then met Mark for a swim at the Center. Mark ran in a 10 mile run through Cameron Park and then we went to Dallas for the Women's Big 12 Championship Game.
The girls did not do so well but we had a great time. There was little to cheer for during the game. Sophia was covered like Brittney Spears on a trip to the store with her unbuckled baby. Courtney Paris, OUs center, looks big on TV but she is gargantuan in person. Like my sports commentary?
The kids had fun dressing up for the event. Drew even wore a Baylor shirt. He wanted to wear a baylor tattoo on his chin to have a goatee. I'm afraid this boy is going to be all about facial hair, if he ever gets any. Evan was a big hit again with his green wig and fancy moves.
Meme (Mark's mom) took Drew back to Waco on her way to Salado Sunday. Drew was invited to a slumber party at the Rockin' H Ranch. This worked out extremely well since we had a doctor's appt for Evan on Monday. So with just two kids in tow, we decided to visit the Dallas World Aquarium. Lindsay and Evan were both tired and whiny. They needed a nap but we knew if we took them back to the hotel they wouldn't sleep and we'd be stuck there with nothing to do.They loved the penguins. Evan loved the sharks and stingrays. Lindsay loved the jaguar. Both kids wanted to be carried and were begging to go back to the hotel. So much for thinking two kids would be easier then three!
Evan didn't cheer up until he saw the whipped cream that topped our dessert at The Cheesecake Factory.
Lindsay said her favorite part was the hotel. The weather was perfect for swimming. The kids were all over the continental breakfast. They were in heaven with the Belgian waffles and unlimited cereal, pastries, et al. All day Sunday, they planned for breakfast Monday. We left early Monday for Medical City, Plano for an EEG. More to follow with results.

2 Comments:

At 3/15/2006 1:35 PM, Anonymous it's an inside joke, so everyone else can ignore this said...

you sure Paris isn't a behemoth?

 
At 3/15/2006 2:11 PM, Blogger Regina said...

I believe you could use that word to describe her. It would be ludicrous to think otherwise.

 

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