This post isn't at all as girly as the title alludes! On Monday night, Daddy and Eric went to the Dallas Stars playoff game. It has been a very long playoff drought for the Stars, and they were so excited to go. Their tickets were just 6 rows off the glass, and they got to see so much action!
The game didn't start until 8:30, so the boys missed out on most of it. It was a very intense game with so many shots on goal, and I was biting my nails just watching from home. Playoff hockey is the best!!! I gave Kevin orders to either take a "selfie" with Eric or bother another fan to take their picture. Neither of them were remotely interested in my request! After the Stars were up 3-0 in the 3rd period, they let down their guard for a pic!!! Someone isn't exactly happy about it, but thanks anyway!!!!
The official picture of "STARS WIN" is very important. It's been a long time!
The boys were at swimming lessons while Daddy was cheering on the Stars, but they were happy to check out the game for a minute before bed. After school and dinner on Tuesday, we had some flower planting to do. The party favors from the Whitener's Shower on Saturday evening were the cutest yellow flowers, and we needed to get them into pots with new soil and water. Lincoln and Beau couldn't wait, and they were so mad that it took from Saturday until Tuesday for me to get it together!!! Look guys, Easter and T-Ball practice and school and work . . . give me a break! So happy to begin our potting!
They took turns putting the potting soil in each pot and pressing it down gently. (Is that what you're supposed to do? I have the non-greenest thumb ever!)
They took turns with the watering can and declared that the plants were all set to grow! Oh my goodness, I hope they grow!!!
Lincoln brought home a bean stalk plant in a plastic cup a few months ago that was just a little sprig, and it's taken over our kitchen window sill . . . is that a sign that we are pros at growing things now? I think not!!!! But we will try our best to pay attention to our new potted flowers and not over/under water them.