Monday, December 20, 2010
An Evening With Molly
Chris: I can get up.
Me: No, I don't really think you should. I think maybe we'll just order something for dinner.
Chris: I can cook.
Me: I don't really want to eat food that has been handled by you right now. Just sayin.
So, Molly arrived, Ike went berserk and tried to attack her, I put him in the bed with Chris, we opened presents, and then I announced that we were going out to eat. Molly was a trooper and handled the surprise well.
We went up the road to the Hibachi restaurant. You know, my favorite place ever? We sat around the hibachi and Sonny cooked away for us. It was especially great because Quinn was really memorized by all of this. After he turned off the lights and made the big fire volcano (and we all screamed...in a happy, fun way), Chandler announce, "Now, THAT"S what I call entertainment!"
I took the above picture of Molly and Quinn at dinner. See, Quinn is always blurry because he can't hold still. Its true.
And because he kept saying, "Me, too! Me, too!" I took Quinn's picture with his man.
And then because Quinn kept saying, "Me, too! Me, too!" I took his picture with Aunt Molly again. And again, he just couldn't hold still.
The funniest thing about last night is that Quinn insisted on calling Aunt Molly, "Meme." And he would call her, "Meme!" and I would correct him, "No, Quinn. That's Aunt Molly. Can you say Molly?" And then he would say, "Mawwee," slowly and seriously back to me and then turn about and call her Meme.
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And did you BAKE those gingerbread people??? I'm feeling a challenge!
No, Dad bought them at Trader Joe's and then shipped them in the box from Chicago.
You're so sweet. I loved our evening of Hibachi, volcanos & Gingerbread men. I adore your children. I think they are the best behaved & delightful children I have ever known.
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