...at THIS place. Seriously yummy. The first time we went (a few months ago) I enjoyed it, but definitely not to its fullest. I was in the midst of "morning" sickness and no food tasted very good. In addition, we had three little kids with us which doesn't make for the most relaxed evening.
But last night we took my parents there and we left the boys at home with a friend. And the food, which was good last time, was AMAZING this time. I have been seriously spoiled. No meat will ever compare. I told Alaina on the way home that it is a pretty sad thing that the best meat she will ever eat was consumed when she was four. I spent most of the evening feasting on the house specialty, the top sirloin, but I did sample some of the other meats. If you are ever in Orlando (or any of the other cities that have this place) I would seriously recommend that you go.
A few random pictures for you. I haven't been downloading pictures off my camera as often because I am still not comfortable with iPhoto on my Mac. However, I thought it was time to DL another batch and there are tons that I love. Here are just a few...
From our hotel last week...this one cracks me up. Levi is known for pouncing on anyone who sits still long enough for him to get there. He especially loves to hop on Alaina and Caleb. A & C usually like it, though there are time they are NOT in the mood. Levi doesn't care...he just hops on, laughs, and then holds on for dear life. Ahh...my little antagonist.
Here is another one with proof of the same...
I love this one of Cabe...we had just set a smaller tree in our house (the big one is in the big living room that we share with our boys) and he was just fascinated with it. I snuck outside to snap a picture.
Here are two from opening gifts yesterday. The kids had a blast getting presents from grandparents and I love the fact that Christmas gets broken up a bit so they don't get overwhelmed and can actually enjoy all the gifts they receive.
Caleb's favorite gift by far was a truck filled with cars. He played with it to the exclusion of his other gifts and kept a close eye on it last night. After we put the other two to bed (when we usually let Caleb have a little alone time to feed his introverted needs) he laid down on the floor with all his "stuff" (which now consists of a blankie, elly, two teddies, and a pillow) and his new truck and promptly fell asleep. No need to dream when he has all he could ever want :)
Now on to this weeks Digi Dare...
We are being featured in READY, SET, CREATE as one of the best challenge sites out there so we came up with a special dare this week. We call it a dare collage...we each added a part to the dare that had to be on the LO. This dare was hard for me because I am usually a fairly simple scrapper but in the end I was pleased that things weren't too overcrowded. And, it was a LO I have been wanting to do.
Journaling: When I say, "I love you baby girl" you are quick to tell me that you are NOT a baby. But you don?t get it…you will ALWAYS be my baby. It doesn't matter that you are almost five. It won?t matter when you are twenty-five. You are and forever will be my baby girl. And baby girl, I LOVE you so much more than I can express. So just get used to it.
Credits: Papers by Gina Cabrera and Tracy Ann Robinson, photo corners by Shabby Princess, arrow templates by Janet Phillips, “I love you” doodle by Holly McCaig, “I love you tags” and stitching by Jessica Bolton, alphas by Kimberly Giarusso and Kate Teague, font is Mom’s Typewriter.
I hope that everyone has a great weekend. We work this weekend so we will stay pretty busy but we will continue to enjoy this 80 degree December weather :)