I have not only a pretty awesome sister but two pretty awesome sister-in-laws, too. It's nice to have those kind of people in your life. They don't judge me when I act a fool in public, when I roll my eyes at my kid, when I get us lost driving anywhere farther than 15 miles from home (mostly that's just Charlene and she's equally directionally challenged), when I act like a kid myself, when I don't clean my house, do my dishes, or shower or...well, you get it by now. I do love them.
I also enjoy taking outings with them to entertain the children. Sometimes they are kid playdates...though many times they double as Mommy playdates.
Example: This past Saturday, Charlene & I took the kid's (5 of them) to Hands on Museum. (If you've never been to Hand's On, you should go. I loved it when I was a kid & apparently, I still do.)
|I apologize for the closed eyes picture, Charlene. That blended reflection thing was too weird to skip.|
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