It's been another fun filled, memory making weekend.
I offered to take the girls for the weekend so Courtney and Paul could celebrate their birthdays in a fun way.
This was purely selfish on my part, since I just really wanted to have the girls for a weekend. They decided to travel to Iowa to visit Mike and Jen, win/win all the way around for sure.
They dropped the girls off on Friday about 3:00.
We went to a dance at St. John's that night. It was so much fun. At first Tiz wasn't too interested in getting out there and dancing, but with some encouragement, she found a friend in Julia Schauer and the rest is history.
Soliana, of course, found a bunch of friends right away and I didn't see her for the rest of the night.
Louisa and Tim Budreau, my favorite parents ever are fostering a little three month old baby girl, she just came to them on Wednesday and they brought her along to the dance. Tiz enjoyed holding her for awhile before she got out on the dance floor.
She is the cutest baby and I am so excited for their family. What a blessing for Harmony!
After the dance, we came home and watched some TV.
On Saturday we went to the Milwaukee Public Museum. We usually try and go once a year with the girls.
It was a great day all the way around.
Here are a few photos:
After the museum, we stopped at the Dollar Tree so the girls could buy some cards and gifts for Courtney and Paul.
We came home and Tiz made Paul a mint chocolate lasagna cake while Soli made her mama a chocolate chip cookie dough cake. Both of them were so proud to make the cakes.
We had PJ's subs for dinner and then watched movies for the rest of the night.
Today we went to church and then the girls decorated and planned a birthday party for their parents.
What fun they had doing that!
Courtney and Paul arrived from Iowa about 2:00. We enjoyed Marge's scalloped potatoes and ham and the two birthday cakes. We played games planned by the girls and opened gifts.
It was a great way to end our wonderful weekend.
Nest week it is circus time!
I will leave you with these beautiful sleeping babies.