Look. Just look at them. They're eating! A mother's heart couldn't be more full than when her children eat vegetables with enthusiasm. Ah....life is good!
(Brenna giving Kaylee a crusty for hogging all the attention)
Also, since we have moved to Pittsburgh, Nate and I noticed very quickly that our date night is...well...obsolete. We don't get to go on dates anymore. To improvise, I decided to set up dinner in our bedroom on Friday nights. We feed the kids, hurry and get them ready for bed, put them in front of a movie, close the door, and hope for the best. Isn't it pretty? Candle light dinner! I try to make something special for date night. Nate always requests five spice chicken.
I wish I could say that we always end up with a romantic evening to ourselves. It's usually 5 minutes into our dinner that we get a loud banging on the door followed by crying and 'Mom? Dad? Mom? Dad?' Oh well. As long as I get to have a turn dancing with the man first, that's all I care about. :)