At Home With The Hinsons

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

A Family Fun Day, Sunday

Hi all!
This past weekend the Hinson four shared
a Family Fun Day, Sunday.
We did our normal early church service,
followed by Sunday School.
Joseph even helped us teach our class. :)
Then we ran by the house to walk the dogs and freshen up.

Once we were back in the car we headed to Decatur.
Our lunch time destination?
Fulin's Chinese Restaurant!
The boys ate with chopsticks and we all
day dreamed about our trip to China.
We even discussed where Emily Margaret will be sitting when we eat out.
I declared that she'd have to sit between me and Joseph.
Could you imagine it any other way?!

After lunch we spent a little time and money at Target.
James got a pair of high top Chuck Taylor's & a new figure,
Joseph got a new Wii game
and little Miss Emily Margaret got a Monchhichi & a board book about shapes.
James told me that it was a good thing he & Joseph got prizes too,
because it just wouldn't be fair for Emily Margaret to be the only one to get something.
That's when I reminded him that his Daddy picked out his shoes first,
and that's why Joseph & Emily Margaret both got something.
"Oh yeah" he smirked. ; >

Our last stop for the day was at the Huntsville Civic Center.
Big Daddy treated us all to tickets to the Wizard of Oz as part of our Valentine's Day.
It was a fabulous performance!
James kept asking if Toto was a real dog.
Joseph loved the witches' fireworks.
Here's the boys after the show.
Can you tell that James' was so over being dressed up??

Once the performance ended, we headed home.
We got our baths & in our jammy tales,
ate leftover Chinese food and watched the boys play their new game.
Yep, I'd say that was the perfect ending to a perfect day! :)

2 comments:

Rachel McPhillips said...

What about following the newest Disney Princess on her 13 mile trek?

Thelittlebrownhouse.us said...

Thank you so much for your encouraging comment on my blog! I decided to come and check yours out and am loving it! I have two friends who have adopted 3 girls from China and it was such a thrill to watch the events unfold. I am praying that your journey to your little princess will be blessed!

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