While many of you might have been out shopping for the Black Friday specials, we were home out of the hustle and bustle having fun with the grandkids.
Kourtney and I had a lazy morning, but Mark was up early. It was a beautiful day and he was out with wax in hand. Today’s target was my car. Looks great. He even polished the wheels.
Before we knew it the morning was gone and Scott and the kids showed up. They weren’t here long before the kids were making their own fun.
Koutney was trying to get Caden
he was too busy scooping dirt to pay her much attention.
Andrew and Lauren were
busy creating their own game.
Then it wasn’t long before Andrew was off
on his Kubota and the girls had retreated to the house
to play with their dolls. Kourtney just couldn’t wait to get her hands on
all of Lauren’s dolls. Guess Pop is going to have to start yet another doll collection for Kourtney. LOL, I should have stock in American Girl Dolls.
It was soon lunch time and nap time for the little ones as we had a fun activity planned for later in the evening.
Tonight we would be going to downtown Fort Worth for the
annual parade of lights and the lighting of the city’s Christmas Tree.
There were a lot
of others that had the same idea. But, even so, we got close enough to see. And, Kourtney,
found a great seat on Poppa’s shoulders.
We saw lots of
fire trucks in the parade.
Grinch was there, but so was
this cute snowman. And, last but not least was the
Jolly Old Man himself.
What a fun Black Friday we had officially welcoming the Christmas Season to Fort Worth.