Kev and I had to divide and conquer this weekend. Brady and I traveled to Baltimore so I could attend my cousin’s fiance’s bridal shower, while Kev and Savannah stayed home and had some fun Daddy/Daughter time.
My time in Baltimore seemed to go by so quickly, but I enjoyed the girl time with my mom, aunt, sister and grandmother over the weekend. The bridal shower was a lot of fun and we’re all looking forward to the big wedding day less than 5 weeks from now.
Brady did great and I really enjoyed my one-on-one time with him. My dad was quite the babysitter while we were at the bridal shower. Apparently, he dealt with quite an explosion while I was away, so he earned some bonus points for that – ha! I left my camera with Kev so I wasn’t able to get any pictures, but it was sort of nice to just enjoy the moments and not worry
about capturing them on film.
While Brady and I were away, Kevin and Savannah had quite the Daddy/Daughter weekend. On Saturday morning, they started out with breakfast at Chick-fil-A. I had registered them for the free breakfast, so they got to eat there for free. We LOVE Chick-fil-A in our house!! We’d eat there every day if we could afford it.
Daddy let her wear her favorite dress, but had a bit of trouble getting Savannah’s hair done for the day. 🙂 He told me that he eventually gave up on the bow.
After their fun breakfast together, they headed off to a birthday party for her friend, Zac. From what Kev said, she had a lot of fun on the rides and was quite enamored with the mouse. She’s still talking about Chuck E. Cheese and loves looking at her black and white picture from one of the rides.
Later in the day after nap time, Kev took Savannah up the street for some frozen yogurt. They opened up a new place within walking distance, so they trekked up there and split a frozen yogurt. Kev told me he was a little worried when she was bound and determined to get pink yogurt and proceeded to obsess over the no sugar added strawberry version. He was able to convince her to go with watermelon, so he was happy.
When I arrived home on Sunday afternoon just before nap time, Savannah was talking up a storm about her weekend. I couldn’t understand all of it, but I loved “hearing” about her fun time with Daddy. She seemed excited to see me, but I think she was doing just fine without me. I look forward to seeing those two continue their Daddy/Daughter bonding!
Did YOU do anything fun this weekend?