+ It was drizzly and nasty outside, so I took the boys to Toddler Time at one of our local indoor trampoline parks to get some energy out, and then drove through Chick-fil-A for them on the way home.
+ Early Friday evening, we picked Brandon up from the airport. He made it in just as the weather was getting horrible, and I was so thankful and grateful both he and his luggage made it just in the nick of time.
+ We had dinner together as a family at TruFire, one of our favorite places. Their spicy garlic noodles cannot be beaten!
+ We came home, watched the Texas Senator Debate and called it an early night. I was beat!
+ Brandon and Walker were up early, so they ran out to get us some donuts. I love donuts and coffee on a rainy Saturday morning!
+ The boys played and got some work done outside while I cleaned the house and did some laundry. I finally sat down to watch the tail end of "Father of the Bride" and started "Father of the Bride: Part II." They are such great movies and some of my very favorites!
+ My brother, his girlfriend and our aunt came over and we got to visit for a while, and we watched the Baylor game once they left. The boys both took epic naps and we couldn't stop laughing at Knox's post-nap hair.
+ I made Crock Pot BBQ Chicken (which I served over sweet potatoes and topped with coleslaw) for supper. We watched some more college football before calling it a night.
+ Another rainy, yucky day, but we made it out to church. Walker learned all about The Tower of Babel in Sunday school and loved telling us all about that; I love seeing him hide God's Word in his heart!
+ After church, we headed out to brunch at FnG Eats, one of our favorite farm-to-table restaurants. I absolutely love their Pot Roast Eggs Benedict and Brandon can't get enough of their chicken and waffles!
|Love my two guys in their buffalo check!|
Knox is giggling because he devoured a waffle, scrambled eggs, fruit and polished off most of Brandon's fruit, too. I seriously wonder where it all goes!
+ Our Sunday afternoon was nice and slow: football on TV, naps for everyone, some laundry, and I made white chicken chili in the Crock Pot (and served it with cornbread). It was so delicious and perfect for a cool, drizzly fall evening.
I hope y'all have great weeks! We are gearing up for a week full of dentist appointments, preschool, BSF and haircuts -- a pretty "normal" week week around here. ;)
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