Saturday, June 12, 2010

Wonderful World of Wicker

Okay, lots of blogging to do so let's get started.

Last Sunday we met Aunt Darty, Uncle Dave, Grandma & Grandpa Davenport for breakfast at... wait for it... waaaait for it... First Watch. Perhaps I should start specifying WHICH FW's we're eating at because there are three in our rotation and I don't want you to think we're boring or rather more boring than we actually are.

After FW we headed over to... wait for it... waaaait for it... Target. I'm not really sure why we went, in fact I'm not sure we ever have an actual reason for going but this trip ended with my very own chair for out on the patio. AND IT'S WICKER (faux, but it still counts.)

GmaD's summer break officially began at the end of last week so she decided to go on an impromptu vacation to visit some family. GpaD loves me so he decided to stay in KC and since he didn't have a dinner date, he invited M&D and me to dinner. Any guesses? Hint: we kind of go there a lot. That's right, it's Jack Stack. Yummy! (Thanks GpaD!)

I had some of Mom's cole slaw, some of Dad's burnt end stew, some of Mom's bbq turkey and of course some Gold Fish crackers as an app. What did they order for me? Well, let's take a look at the kid's menu. Computer: Zoom in and enhance.

If you can see past the bbq sauce you may notice that while there is grilled cheese, there's no man n cheese. And this just after I posted that all kids menus have both. I mean, this place has cheesy potato bake AND cheese corn bake but no cheesy mac bake? Where's the fable?

So, no kids meal from me but that's cool, I just mooched off of everyone else's plate. Did you know JS has this special super thick toast that I guess they import from Texas? I guess everything really is bigger down there. Anyway, GpaD totally let me have his and when I wasn't busy trying to drop it on the floor, I actually ate some. So good!

As you regular readers know, I have a Stroll Along Walker and a Stride to Ride Lion (pictured below but fyi, that's not me in the pics) both of which are very sturdy and are supposed to help me learn to walk.

However, neither of them are particularly good at helping me transport my stuff from one side of the room to the other. That's where my Fun to Imagine shopping cart comes in. Not only is it awesome for putting stuff and in and taking stuff out, but it's good for movin' stuff too. Sweet.

Remember, you can't take it with you, but you can lick it so no one else can take it when you're gone.

Until Later,

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