We also make pumpkin-shaped cupcakes. A couple of them thought it was hilarious to "ice" their face.
The girls slept on a big pallet in the living room. Scratch that - they started out on a big pallet in the living room. Three ended up on the couch and one ended up in a chair. There were multiple combinations throughout the night. I told them they could stay up as late as they wanted to as long as they were quiet. You win major cool points when you do that and lets face it, 99% of the time, they don't make it past 10.
I really couldn't have asked for them to be any better. They were precious. We got up Saturday morning and sent Jay to Chick-Fil-A to get us breakfast. Then, they had one last thing they wanted to do before their parents picked them up at 10. They wanted to make "I love you" signs for Jay.
Are you kidding me??? Jay went to a football game Friday night and didn't even get home till after 10. I'm pretty sure I didn't see him anywhere while we were making projects and cooking cupcakes and playing and taking pictures. Is that a woman's fate in life? She does all the work and the man gets the "I love you" signs??? Here they are making their signs.
Except for Hope. This chick marches to her own drum. She informed the other girls that she wasn't making a sign. She just didn't feel like it.
And I'm pretty sure I'll never be the same - in a good way!