Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Weekend


A slumber party happened over the weekend.  A late celebration for Licious' eleventh birthday.  Fifteen girls, 32 hot dogs, four bags of chips, two heads of celery, two heads of cauliflower, a billion baby carrots, 48 sugar cookies, and 84 pancakes later it's safe to say a good time was had by all.

-dana

10 comments:

Dirt Road Quilter said...

...and countless memories to boot! We're a Lego family too!

Kristen said...

How sweet. What a memory made. I bet there was tons of laughter, giggles, chortles, and so much more.

Sara said...

OH my gosh!! This pic is the exact same thing my hubby and I were doing last night! We are planning on giving Ayden a homemade LEGO table (built by daddy) for Christmas. We were sorting through all of the hubby's Legos he had as a child. It was SOOO much fun to reminisce mainly because I have 2 brothers myself and I remember some of those specific pieces i.e. the fences and doors and little Lego people...on and on. The hubby was like a 6 yr putting all the people body parts together. Our conversation consisted of "Hey you got a head?" Uhhhhh.....no,but I have a butt piece!" So on and so forth. I was actually commenting on how if someone heard our conversation I think they would be a little intrigued as to what the heck we were talking about!!

Glad ya'll had a great time;)

Corinnea said...

The best kind of fun!

Terriaw said...

Wow, what an awesome weekend! Sounds like you were a great host.

marilyn said...

I love that the kids aren't too old for legos. My oldest played with them all through high school, she said because she had younger siblings :) Yeah.

Kim said...

Did I ever tell you my son took his legos to college with him and had a lego pit in his dorm room...everyone hung out there :0) You should see the lego display in Rockefeller Center here in NYC.......if I ever figure out my new computer I'll send you a shot of it.

Merry Merry

Lara said...

You are one brave mama :)

QuiltNut Creations said...

Can't go wrong with Lego! It's still a staple gift here.

Lynne Shandley said...

And everyone dug into the lego by the looks of it! I miss my lego sometimes - my evil sister nicked mine and gave it to her kids. Apparently you don't play with lego when you are in your twenties...