Thursday, July 18, 2013
Our number one guy! Daddy! This year was a casual year. No big todo. We got up and had breakfast and headed out to church. I was surprised our ward didn't do anything. Hmmm....no talks or kids singing. Oh well. When we got home, Emma gave Dad a card she had made at school. It was so cute! Totally of of those you keep in a box for the next 30 years!
I love the brushing teeth part! To see her Daddy through her eyes. Oh my precious girl!
We packed a snack and drove over to the river by us and munched and relaxed by the water. Owen through in rocks and even Dad and Emma started collecting rocks for him!
We came home and mommy made one of Daddy's favorite dinners, Shephard's Pie. Was a new recipe and was really good! Its was a pretty day and we hope Daddy felt special! We love our Dad!
Posted by Amanda Fleming at 4:13 PM
We headed to cafe Rio for a fun lunch. Emma was so excited to have a burrito! And we all know this family loves Cafe Rio.
Then, we took it up a notch and headed to the ballpark for a baseball game and fireworks! The kids had a blast! They danced to the music, ate snow cones, elephant ears, Redvines, and pop. Watched the mascots and players and enjoyed the firework show.
Emma was happy as a little lark by the time her head hit the pillow. Summer had started and she was ready to go!
Posted by Amanda Fleming at 4:01 PM
We went to Grandma and Grandpa Anderson for Memorial Day and went to the Grand Coulee Dam. Its not quite as impressive as Boulder Dam in Nevada, but it was pretty big. Kids had a great time going through the museum. What Phil and I thought was amazing were the "coulees." Huge areas of Washington carved out by water from one of the worlds largest flash floods. The water would have been a wall of 900 feet tall and the falls it created would have been 10 times the size of Niagra Falls. Crazy! Learned a little bit about our state!
Posted by Amanda Fleming at 3:50 PM
For Christmas, I bought Phil a "Weekend in Seattle." -2days, 2 nights, a Seattle Sounders game, and a date night dinner! Phil chose a weekend in May when the weather would be better and we headed over. Grandma Anderson watched the kids so it could be an adults only weekend. Thanks Grandma! Its such a pretty drive and we got their mid afternoon. First thing on our list? A NAP! Yep, we took a nice nap with no children bothering us! hehe. For dinner, Phil wanted real seafood so we headed to a local favorite, The Crab Pot. There was a tank of live crab behind our table and they kept staring at Phil! We ate their brother, so they were probably plotting revenge. hehe. This was one of those places where you can order a dinner for 2 and its a huge bucket of shrimp, clams, mussels, crab, biscuits, sausages, and corn. So good! Then we headed out to a movie and saw Iron Man 3. Was good, especially for a #3. :)
Saturday was Phil's game. He suited up in his Seattle sounders shirt and we battled the parking for 45 minutes! SO many people and fans. We parked several blocks away and still had to pay $15! Only downtown Seattle. We got in and found our seats. Man, it was crazy! The amount of blue and green was amazing! The Sounders have a huge fan base and they even had their own band. They also had fire that came out the goal posts when a goal was made. The stadium is actually the Seattle Seahawks football team. Was pretty cool! The game was really fun and the Sounders won! Phil enjoyed every minute and that's all that mattered. After the game we went to the Cheesecake Factory and had a delicious dinner and headed back to the hotel to watch movies and veg out with no interruptions. Was fantastic! :) We took our cheesecake back with us and ate in in bed! Thats just our style. hehe.
We had a great trip! We hope to get back in the Fall for a football game with the kids!
Posted by Amanda Fleming at 3:44 PM