Monday, March 22, 2010

Spring Break ... Done and Over With

What did the Moore family do over Spring Break, you might ask???  Well ... if you really want to know ... I will just tell ya.  Actually ... a picture is worth a thousand words ... so I will do a bit of telling and alot of showing. 

First Stop ... P.K. (Parsons Kansas) for some good 'ol fun at Grammy J. and Papa's Gene farm.

While the kids were being spoiled rotten for a few days ... Clint and I enjoyed some "couple time ...

and took advantage of being "kidless" for a few days ...

Once I arrived "home" ... the first duty on my Mom's to-do-list ... was to do a bit of shopping for the kiddos. (Although ... I think this is a weekly thing on my Mom's to-do-list if we want to be honest.  The girl loves to shop!) 

So we stopped at two of our favorite stores ...

and ...

The kids also enjoyed riding their power wheels that my parents bought them.  They road up and down the country road ... and through out my parents front and back yard nonstop each and every day we were there. 

Even my Dad (aka: Papa Gene) got on his "Big Wheels" (as the kids call it) and road along with them a time or two.

One of the highlights while we were visiting Grammy J and Papa Gene ... was the fact that a cow got out and was roaming around my parents backyard.
This is how I found the kids ... as they watched my Dad try to get the cow back into the pasture that is behind my parents house.

We even got to enjoy some "Daddy time" while we were on Spring Break.

Eythen even learned how to ride his bike WITHOUT training wheels in a 2 day time span.  He actually did it the first time Clint let go of him ... but it took the following day to get it down completely.  We were very proud and impressed with our little preschooler!!!  Go Eythen Go!!!

OF COURSE, Spring Break means March Madness!!!  So the boob tube had basketball going on it nonstop for the majority of Spring Break.

OF COURSE ... we were cheering on our Hawks!!!  It is a family event when KU plays.  All five of us are decked out in our KU gear screaming at the TV.

But ... it was not the out come we hoped for.  To quote my five year old son at one point in time during the KU game, "You have got to be kidding me".  I could not have said it better myself.  KU lost ... and that meant the end of basketball season for the Hawks.

Then ... what is Spring Break without ...

building a snow man?!?!?!  What the heck?!?!?!  Snow on the first day of Spring ... who would have thought?!?!?!

So ... that is what we did during our Spring Break.  We had alot of smiles, giggles, hugs and kisses ... and I could not think of a better way to spend my Spring Break than with 3 of the most amazing kiddos I know.


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