Last week, I declared Friday the first ever Fontaine Family Fun Day! And honestly, up until Thursday afternoon, we didn't have the faintest clue what that looked like. The weather was so-so, so outdoor plans didn't seem like a great idea and finally settled on trying the MN Children's Museum for the first time.
The day started off great, with all parties sleeping until 7:00am.
We quickly got up and out the door for breakfast, which featured pancakes bigger than the plates! We were naturally the only family in the truck stop diner and while waiting, Tony drew Isaac a space shuttle, er looks like a fighter jet.
We got to the Children's Museum by 10:00am and it was packed, which I'm sure it is every Friday. The boys had a blast and there were quite a few rowdy boys that made Isaac seem like a peaceful angel, so I appreciated that the most. ;)
We wrapped up at the Children's Museum around 12:00pm and got Tony off to work for the afternoon, while the boys ate lunch and napped. Afterwards, we head back out for round 2, dinner and Legoland at the MOA. Always a hit with the boys, they then got a treat by splitting a sundae with Tony from the Crepe Stand.
Saturday morning my Mom and head out to Rosedale Mall for our traditional "Saturday before baby is born shopping trip." With both boys I'd ended up in labor and meeting them within 36 hours of leaving Rosedale . . . clearly this time not so much. :) We had a great time though!
I picked up this coming home outfit, with the coordinating blanket I made, after deciding that the other was just too big. Unfortunately MN has thrown us another curve ball and there is now a new cardigan and the addition of tights to combat the snow that that is currently falling, you know, if I actually have her any time soon.
While we were out, Tony ripped out the stairs to the basement and put new ones in, because we couldn't be expecting a child without some major project going on in our house!
It was a really great weekend, but emotionally, I was all over the place and really took it out on Tony. Yay rational/irrational pregnant wife! I'll choose to remember it fondly and I'm pretty sure Tony's forgiven me.