Bramell, Party of Five: Twin Tuesday, the Wednesday Edition

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Twin Tuesday, the Wednesday Edition

This post didn't make it on Tuesday because I was out doing something fun with my twinners.  Dad took Big Sis on a mini road trip, so I was home with the littles for the night.  We spent our evening outside at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks, enjoying a free family concert by the Arkansas Winds Community Band.
I am totally embarrassed to admit this, but here goes...last night was my very first trip out the the botanical garden.  I know! Why???  What a beautiful facility and grounds; a perfect setting to throw a blanket down and relax to some music.
After work, I headed home to make a picnic dinner for the kids and myself.  The whole time I'm thinking maybe taking them out by myself isn't a great idea. But you know what? They did great! And they LOVED the show and walking around the gardens.  They feasted on peanut butter sammies, apple slices and popcorn. They giggled, danced and twirled all through the show, determined to entertain everyone sitting around us.  Then, during intermission, we got to walk around the gardens and enjoy the flowers, ponds, statues and lily pads. 
We decided that we can't wait to go back and take Dad and Big Sis to check it out.  I decided that I need to make an effort to spend more time with the kids doing fun activities and not worry so much about being out on a "work night," or the crap needing to be done at home.  I loved spending time with them alone; watching them explore the grounds was so special. 



  1. They are just little sponges! I love to watch them as the explore and "check out" new things. It doesn't take them long to figure things out. I'm so happy that they love music and the outdoors. They are getting bigger and more mature every day. It's time for them to experience a little "culture", so keep taking them to new places where they can be kids and have some fun. They are old enough to behave.

    Love to all...

  2. I just love that picture of Carley in the purple coneflowers! That's beautiful! What an excellent shot! Wish I could have been there.
    Aunt Pam


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