This week is a busy one for us. Tomorrow night, we're entertaining some folks that Trey is hoping to do business with. I've gotta be on my A-game!! They mentioned to Trey that they don't really eat big dinners, so I'm thinking I'll just go with a few appetizers and cocktails and call it a night.
What do y'all think?? And if you have any 100% no fail apps recipes.....send em' on! Now.
Starting Wednesday, I'll be MIA for awhile. This week is Christmas in Cowtown.
Our Junior League puts this on each year in October and it's fabulous. If you live anywhere in the D/FW metroplex, I highly recommend that you come shop. Yes- that's right....SHOPPING! It's a huge holiday market and there's tons of super cute stuff. I always find all kinds of unique things. If you're interested, go here for more details.
I'm on the Special Events committee this year and we're throwing THREE events this year. Busy-busy-busy! Lots of decorating and coordinating to be done over the next few days.
Hopefully, the entire market will turn out great and we'll be able to give tons and tons of money to our community charities. Which...of course...is the main goal.
We took dinner to our friends, Carlton and Jennifer last week because they just welcomed a new baby girl to their growing family. Her name is Madeline and she's precious! They also have a little girl (our god daughter) named Emery...who is precious as well.
Madeline just chilled the whole evening. Barely made a peep. I might add that she has dark, dark hair. So did Emery. And so did Hudson and now they're both little toe heads. Isn't that strange???
While Madeline chilled, Hudson and Emery had a good time playing together. Hudson especially enjoyed the sand box. Santa will definitely have to bring him one of these this year.
We might need to work on his sand pouring skills though
Look at the concentration on this kid...
They ventured into Emery's playroom after awhile and I was told to stay out because that was their house. Please excuse the blurry picture as I was taking these with my phone, through a window and as they were running around like wild Indians.
After dinner, we let the kids play outside a little more. Hudson didn't seem to mind that this car was pink and purple. That's right buddy - Two hands on the wheel at all times -10 and 2.
He's got good driving skills already!
I have a sneaky suspicion that Hudson chasing Emery is going to be
very familiar to all of us as they continue to grow up!
So.........that's what we've been up to lately. Hope y'all have a great week!!