Ro and Ree, those lucky ducks, got to spend spring break with all four of their grandparents. Getting the original members of Team Salsa together is always memorable and always fun. Grandparents are a kick, aren’t they?
- Grandmas are moms with lots of frosting. ~Author Unknown
- On the seventh day God rested. His grandchildren must have been out of town." ~Gene Perret
- To a small child, the perfect granddad is unafraid of big dogs and fierce storms but absolutely terrified of the word "boo." ~Robert Brault
- If I would have known that grandchildren were going to be so much fun I would have had them first. ~Lois Wyse
Ma and Pa flew back to Texas yesterday, but the smiles from their wonderful visit remain. I’m guessing that making lollipops, the Bunny Bash, and watching Tangled with Ma and Pa will be among the girls’ top memories from this trip:
And the girls are right this minute cruising up the highway to Tahoe on a short grandparents-only trip with BobBob and Wela (heaven help them – my parents, not the girls):
TubaDad and I have BIG plans to sleep in, get a massage (me) and do some golfing (him), and go out for a romantic dinner. I’m calling this one a good spring break all the way around.
So, what did you guys do for spring break this year?
PS: Mouseover the images to see who’s who.
Post #28. Oh my gosh, I’m actually going to make 30 posts in 30 days! I’ve still got the mashed-potato casserole recipe to post and also want to do a more in-depth look at the girls’ lifebook, and hopefully my folks will send a pic or two from Tahoe that I can share. Check out these other spring fling bloggers: And babies make four…, Another Journey, Birdie and the Queen Bee, Catherine’s Chatter, Diary of a Nouveau Soccer Mom, Dragonflies, Journey to Motherhood, Koprowski Kids, Life with L and M (julialaine.net), Love and a Little Craziness, Mindful of Mine, Moments with Maisie, No Ordinary Family, One Plus One Equals Four, Our Boy and His Cricket, Searching for Sophie, Spectacular S, Three Kids = Chaos, To Vietnam and China, We’re Here.