Monday, April 14, 2014

Spring Break: the Last Day

I know this spring break blogging is taking forever!! Life is busy busy.

For our last day of Spring Break in Houston, we headed over to the water wall by the Galleria and took getting sprayed on for a couple of minutes. On that day, I think the Lubbock wind followed us and it was blowing like crazy. The water from the wall was spraying all over the place and it was very hard for us to spend much time there and walk around it like we had planned. OH WELL! We headed over and spent some money at the container store and the very yummy restaurant Kenny and Ziggys. It was lovely! Later that day we went over to a super fun playground in Old Katy that the kids had a blast at. We spend a good hour letting the kids run around and play. Our last stop of the night was not really an adult favorite, but was traveled to for the kids: The Rainforest Cafe. They loved the thunder storms, the gorillas, and then all the animals making their noises. It was a good time for them. I think overall, the kids had a great spring break this year!





















Much Love,
The Reynolds

Sunday, April 6, 2014

The Zoo

Our second day of Spring Break, we headed over to the Houston Zoo. It was quite cool outside, but we all stuck through it and made a fun day out of it. The kids really enjoyed seeing all of the animals that were out and about that morning.




























Much Love,
The Reynolds

Monday, March 31, 2014

American Girl Bistro

For Spring break we headed down to Houston for a couple days so we could take the kids to fun things that we do not have in Lubbock and to see our sweet niece, Lily. On the first day the Mommies and Nana took Addison and Lily to the American Girl Store where they have a Bistro. We have had a reservation for the past 2 months and the girls were very excited to bring their dolls to lunch with them. The dolls had their own high chair next to the girls and they were able to have their own cup and saucer to drink from. The food was perfect for little girls and for mommies that are not wanting to eat a whole lot! Their napkin holders were ponytail holders that we were able to take home for dolly/girl use. We also were able to have a yummy trio dessert for the girls to enjoy. It is an absolutely perfect place to take your little girl and the imagination just runs wild while they are there. We loved it. Nana even bought the dolls matching swim suits when we were done in the Bistro. The hanging doll is showing that Addison was able to go potty while her dolly hung out in the stall next to her and then we had a fun time strolling the mall while the girls sang "Firework" by Katy Perry. Fun times...Thanks Nana, Bethany, and Lily for making these Reynolds girls happy campers. PS. The boys had a good time too. Avett, Thomas, Poppa, Jeremy and his friend Stephen all had a great lunch and hung out at the comic book store.

















Much Love,
The Reynolds