We had taken the kids furniture shopping on Thursday and Friday night. I won't lie. It was hell. No one wanted to be furniture shopping and we all acted that way.
So, Saturday morning we were in need of some fun. Hello MO Transportation Museum! The kids had a good time and it was interesting to climb inside and take a look. Justin and I both got the feeling that the workers here would rather chat trains with each other and not with the patrons. Kind of like they were annoyed that we were there type of thing. And they really make it known that "This place could be AWESOME if YOU would give more money!" "It's up to YOU!" "Wanna see that boat in water? Well, it'll be a floatin' when YOU decide to cough it up!" "Are you bored? Well, it's because YOU haven't given enough!"
I'll stop now. This was the best picture I could get of the punks.
We then headed to Kirkwood, enjoyed pizza at Dewey's, where we became that family whose kid spills his father's soda, breaks the glass, and cuts his leg on glass shrapnel. Besides that, it was a nice morning.
It's good to get out and mingle.
Sunday after dinner, we bundled up, went outside and made S'mores. The kids are always this happy. Always. If anyone would like to borrow them and experience the Happiness, just let me know. I'll drop them off.
Notice our deck? Yes, it's peeling. Travis will be here tomorrow morning to power wash and then to stain later on in the week. We're looking forward to it.
The best $50 we ever spent? That baby gate that blocks the stairs. It's removable, so we bring it out when we need it. Let's Mommy and Daddy not be goalies for little girlies.
Happy Monday. Welcome to your week.