Sunday, November 16, 2008

Enjoying the Weather in Houston!

Sunday, November 16, 2008

After 11:15AM mass...we were off to the Houston Zoo. It is about a 25 minute drive from Katy. Anytime we are in the car for longer than 10 minutes...Louis falls asleep. He slept for the first hour at the zoo.

The last time we were there, we were still expecting Louis and Will was almost three. He remembered a lot of the exhibits from last time. Since we have a family membership, I am sure we will be visiting often.

Will really liked the petting zoo section. He got to pet a cat, get close to an owl, and pet a Chinchilla. He also got a chance to brush miniature goats. It was kind of funny to watch all of the children chasing after these little guys with hair brushes!

Louis loved the big elepants and the ducks! He quacked his way to each part of the zoo! After three hours of walking ICEE was in order! They don't served drinks with lids or straws at the zoo...that would hinder the animals safety! We ate every last drop and it looked like we all had on bright RED lipstick!

Saturday, November 15, 2008
Early this morning, we started putting the swingset, fort, and trampoline back together from the move. Will and Louis had so much fun helping with all of Thomas' tools. I even found them playing hide and seek in Charlie's dog house. So fun!

Thursday, November 13, 2008

We had another playdate with one of my "Stay at Home Mom's" Groups. It was at Isabella and Jernigan's home. The boys had so much fun making new friends and fall crafts. We made noodle necklaces, turkey cookies, and pilgrim hats to name a few. Will and Louis got a chance to make some new friends in Katy.

Will loves to help me in the kitchen. Chef Will is a super chopper! He has his own cutting board and safe knives. This is a picture of him cutting green onions.

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