Friday, November 28, 2008

Last Minute Surprise

Date night! Woohoo! Todd's mom came over and we are on our way out for an impromptu date night. A night of Christmas shopping for the boys, dinner, and a movie. I'm so excited!

Now if we can only get out the door!


Laura said...

Oh! How wonderful - enjoy it!!!

You deserve a nice night out - have fun!

Octamom said...

Have fun!

Blessings! said...

Woo hoo! Enjoy your night out on the town, you two.

Not Your Aunt Bea said...

So jealous. Have fun! Whoo hoo!

Fire Hunt said...

Enjoy your night out.

Robyn said...

Have fun. I was almost like J and I had dinner alone tonight since the girl sat under the table the whole meal.

maggie's mind said...

Ooh, fabulous! Enjoy!

Anonymous said...

Your date nights sound just like ours- we finally get out without the kids and we go shopping for them.

Kristen said...

Oh how fun!!! Seriously, hope you both got a chance to relax, and get some productive shopping done!!

One that did not require you to feed anyone goldfish, just so you could see one more thing!

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Kelly said...

I'm glad you were able to get over that nasty migraine in time to enjoy Thanksgiving.

And enjoy that night out!! Woohoo!

Tammy said...

Sounds like a great time. Enjoy the night out.

Krystyn said...

I'm jealous. I hope you had a great time.

Kirst said...

Ooooo how fun! Haven't had a date night here in ages and we're in dire need of

I know I don't always comment but I'm definitely always a lurker on your blog. I sooo didn't mean that to sound as stalkerish as it did. ~grin~

Hope you had a Happy Turkey Day!

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