I love how they never cease to be amazed by simple things like making bread.
Once the bread was done, it was time for quiet time, so that they would be ready for our big adventures!!! Bowling!!! When we had talked to Hubby that morning, he asked the boys what they wanted to do for the day. Sheepie declared without missing a beat that we were going to bowl. Right then.
Now again, I prove that I'm the coolest mom in the world (just kidding) by packing the crew and heading off to go bowling. And let me tell you, that's an adventure in and of it self.... First though we stopped and dropped off the boys loaf of Banana Bread to The Apple lady's house, which is where they thought it should end up. She wasn't home, so they were a bit sad that she couldn't see their Super Mario costumes, which they were yet again dressed in, but I assured them they would see her on Sunday.
All and all the bowling was great. The older kids don't really get that you don't have to throw the ball to make it work, and Sheepie managed to reset the pins right as my ball was about to connect with them; resulting in my speeding ball crashing into the pin setter, but all and all it was great fun.
Thankfully the alley was almost entirely empty when we were there so it was all the better, because I didn't have to worry too much about them wandering around while the other one was playing. There was only one other mother and her son there. How much better can that get!
I even bowled the best game of my life (sadly with no one who would appreciate it there) and almost bowled a 200. I think my final score was something like 186 or something. I was crazy.
After the bowling adventure it was time to head back home for scriptures and getting ready for bed. Yes, I know it seems like I skipped a whole lot of the day, but how many times do you really want me to say, " and then we jumped on the trampoline outside all morning". So I am just giving highlights!
On our way home though, we did stop at the movie store and pick up "Under the Same Moon," which is great! and "Under Dog" for the kids. Upon getting home it was scriptures, prayers, teeth brushing and bed... for everyone!
Gone are the days of staying up for me, I take the sleep where ever I can get it.