We walked down to town yesterday, which is a good 6 km walk. It was a sunny day, and the boys did pretty well. Only minor whining about tired legs and a few 'are we there yet' disturbed an otherwise perfectly family oriented, healthy outdoor weekend activity.
Giddy with our parental awesomeness and ability to ensure our children's physical well-being and plenty of fresh air and exercise, we promptly treated the boys to McDonald's for lunch.
We wouldn't want to overdo the healthy lifestyle.
Or risk a major culture shock when the boys return to Canada in just a few short weeks.
Old habits die hard, fortunately, and I'm happy to report that the Norwegian chicken nuggets and fries are up to Canadian standards.
Good thing, that - considering the $60 we paid for four combos.
Today, my sister and four of our boys went to see Horton Saves a Who. The young'uns enjoyed it, the older ones gave it a 2.5 out of 10.
My sister and I just watched the minutes tick by. Veeeeeeery slowly.
It was raining and miserable as we came out of the theatre. While driving up towards the house again, we noticed that the cars heading down towards town were covered in white stuff. And sure enough, it was snowing like crazy as we arrived home.
Which pretty much confirms my suspicion that Mother Nature didn't get my memo last week.
So in lieu of something sunny and spring-like to show off, I give you the following:
Is there anything cuter than a baby bum in jeans?