We went to Dallas this past weekend for a very quick trip. Jordan drove his Harley up (he took the back roads) and I drove the kids up. This was Jordan's first road trip on the bike, which is not the "roadtrip" type of bike. The kids and I left first thing Friday morning and were there by lunch, Jordan rolled in around dinner time looking totally wiped out from riding all day long. After lunch and nap time the kids and I played with Aunt Rebekah and waited for daddy and Papa and Vivi to come home.
Hunter was so excited when Vivi got home he ran up and gave her a big hug
The next day was "Hog Wild" at Christian Care Center. There were lots of bikes there on display from various friends and family of CCC. This was the reason Jordan road his Harley. We had a great lunch outside and it was a gorgeous day.
The kids had fun running around outside and playing with Aunt Beekah and Uncle James who brought Babycakes (Harvey and Mary's dog)
After lunch we made a visit to see Harvey and Mary
We went home in time for naps and while the kids napped I ran over to visit Rachel (who was still on bedrest with Cayden). When the kids woke up Vivi was ready to bake cookies with them! This is one of Hunter's favorite things to do.
Such a cutie
Maddie couldn't help herself. She always wants to do what Hunter is doing.
She kept a close eye on the cookies while they were baking
That night Jordan and I left the kids with Papa and Vivi and we met my family at the Melting Pot (YUM) to celebrate Meagan's birthday.
Meagan and Chloe's birthdays are only 2 days apart so it was a double celebrationOn Sunday we went over to Nana and Pop's house for Chloe's 3rd birthday party. We had lunch and cupcakes and the kids had fun playing games in the backyard.
After the party we headed back to Houston this time with the motorcycle in tow. After the long day on Friday we decided it would be a good idea to purchase a utility trailer for the motorcycle. We couldn't get on the road until 4pm on Sunday so the thought of Jordan trying to ride the bike back that late and so soon after his drive up was daunting to say the least. It was definitely a good purchase since we tend to move every year or two. A trailer for that bike (among other things) will come in handy :)