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Weekend Work-Out




I had planned to take the girls to visit my parents this weekend, but our plans fell through. I woke up Friday morning, with the beginnings of a cold. By late afternoon I felt horrible and was sneezing like crazy. My nose was so stopped up I was miserable. I KNEW with everything my Dad has been through he did not need me to bring him a cold. We just stayed home this weekend and I spent two days in the bed. We were so disappointed not to see my parents. Steve was Mr. Mom and he did a great job. I also got some sort of stomach bug during the night Saturday. I am not sure if it was a virus or an overdose on NyQuil and Cold-eese. I am thrilled to say I feel fine now!
I walked into the living room Saturday and found the girls doing a work-out with Steve. They were doing P 90X. They were trying hard to keep up with their Daddy. I wish I could say I work out with them, but I would rather wear my pink robe and take pictures.

I took the girls to see Dolphin Tale today. That is one great movie! My girls loved it! The pelican made me a little nervous, but I acted mature.

Comments

The Mommy said…
The pelican- that's hilarious!
Hope your Dad's recovery is going well!
Tara G. said…
These pictures are precious!! My kids do the same thing with my husband- they think it's so cool to work out with Daddy! You never fail to make me laugh about the birds! :)
Tiffanie said…
awww. cute pics! What a great daddy! I hope and pray you feel great soon!
Nancy said…
Glad you are better.
We've been sneezy/stuff around here, too. NO FUN!
Glad you got to be cozy in your robe. :) I'm in mine now & it's bright blue & moo-mooishly comfy!
Anonymous said…
Your girls are so sweet! I love that they're imitating their daddy! :)
Kim said…
I love these pictures!! So cute!
Lauren said…
Too sweet!!!! And that last sentence cracked me up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)
Laurie in SC said…
Laurie- I have sent u a couple emails. They may have gone into your spam folder :) Hope your dad is improving daily and glad u r feeling better yourself! Love Laurie from SC

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