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Fun with K-Kay and Pop

We have had Steve's parents with us for a few days. We have enjoyed having them here. K-Kay loves playing with the girls and of course the girls love it! Emily dressed K-Kay up in this attire the other day. I laughed and laughed.
When Sarah Kate woke up from her nap, I suggested we all go in so we could see Sarah Kate's expression when she saw K-Kay. She did NOT think it was funny at all. In fact, I think it made her mad.
Emily's letter of the week is V, as in visor. She thought she looked good in her visor. I have to agree!


Steve's parents kept the girls last night so that Steve and I could go on a date. We had fun and we had a good meal.


I have to share my pet peeve in a restaurant: When the wait staff takes away my food too soon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Let me say, it would be a very good dieting plan for me if they would take the food away soon after it comes. I know they are just being nice and wanting to clear the table off.
I eat VERY SLOW. I like for all my plates to stay on the table until I get out of my seat. I may eat soup for a while, then my main meal, then dessert and then come back to my main meal or appetizer............I graze off all the plates.
Last night I got soup, then my meal came. I had not eaten much of my soup and the waiter took it away. I always hate to say, "I am still working on that."
Maybe I should just make a cute little sign and put it on the table that says, "DO NOT TAKE ANY PLATES FROM THE TABLE." I am just kidding.
I should not complain. I have probably missed many calories from having plates taken away too soon. It is probably a really good thing!

Comments

Melissa said…
it too makes me crazy when they take things away...and i have no problem telling them to put it down or i will bite their arm off...LOL

grandmas are the best playmates!!
Odie Boggs said…
Just act like you will bite them if they try to take your food to soon. LOL Glad you had a good date! I'm sure the girls enjoyed their Grandparent time.

Odie
www.boggsblogs.com
The Ormons said…
I know yall had fun while they were there. It also nice to get a date night while the grandparents watch the kids.
pamk said…
I'm with Melissa, I never have a problem saying, "Wait! I'm not finished with that!" After all, I paid for it, I should get to eat it! :-)
Alyssa said…
I don't like it when they take mine away, either! I'm just like you when I eat out!
Sisters said…
I love that she dressed your mother-in-law up! That is the cutest thing!
Ryan V. said…
That is one of my pet peeves too! I like when they ask first!! Glad the girls got to spend time with grandparents! I always loved spending time with mine when I was their age!
Candis Berge said…
Oh, that is one of my pet peeves too! And I dislike it when they remove the plates of those in our group who have finished while the rest (me) may still be eating. That is a HUGE breach of etiquette!! If you go to a fine dining restaurant, they NEVER remove any plates until the whole table has completed the course. But the regular everyday restaurants do it all the time and I get so annoyed! I have thought about the little sign idea too! ha ha. Maybe not such a bad idea!

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