Friday, April 17, 2009

I could really get use to this!

Thursday evening my hubby and I were sitting here talking about what we might do for the weekend. We like to have a plan. The phone rang. It was Heather and we chatted for a few minutes and then she said "we are coming home tomorrow, if that is OK". I actually thought I had misunderstood. I couldn't imagine that I would be lucky enough to have them home two weekends in a row! I guess Loitton could hear the excitement in my voice because when I hung up, he just laughed and said I guess we know what we are doing this weekend. Yep, seeing, loving, and looking at our beautiful Morgan Kate! I try and catch myself when I make comments like that because I wouldn't dare want Heather and Travis to think we don't get excited about them being here.

We try to make things special when they come home....I want them to be able to relax and enjoy family time, enjoy meals they don't have to prepare, and enjoy being able to do things knowing someone else can take care of Morgan Kate (they really have to twist my arm for me to do that - he he).

The weekend was a blast! We got to spend some good quality time together doing things our family likes to do....Saturday was spent at the farm, hanging out, eating, fellowshipping and riding the 4wheelers - life doesn't get much better. One thing was missing though - Owens had to work and Trenholm was away for the weekend so they weren't able to come. Maybe next time!

As Heather, Travis and Morgan Kate drove out of the driveway to go home today....I could already feel the quietness of our house but I had to smile having had such an awesome weekend. Hope each of you had a fun weekend!


jan kessler said...

It sounds like you had alot of fun together. I am so glad that you had another wonderful weekend.

schnider_am said...

Thats so much for visiting my blog. I am now a follower of your blog!
Sounds like you had a great weekend. I just love going to parents house and my husbands parents. They just make you feel at home whenever we come!