Dec 19, 2008

"Double" the fun!

We made some sweet new friends in the neighborhood! I met my new neighbor who lives on the next street over a few months ago and she just joined my bunco group. She has twin boys that are 20 months old, how perfect is that? She had Cole and I over yesterday for a play date yesterday and what fun we had!

First off, I walk in the door and we are wearing the same exact shirt! What are the odds? Julie got out a small snack of some goldfish to share.

All 3 boys were on those fish like they hadn't eaten all day. There was a little struggle for control of the bowl and once Cole saw a fish go flying he thought it was game on. He started full fisting the goldfish and throwing them everywhere! He was hysterically laughing which then caused the other boys to start throwing the fish.

At one point, Hudson realized what was happening and got upset, since he was truly trying to eat them! This was one of the casualties of the fish fight...I'm so sorry!!

Thank you for having us over! We can't wait to hang out again in the new year!

8 sweet comments:

Kim said...

Katie! What fun to have people so close by that are around Cole's age. So perfect. Well they are throwing goldfish now-wait until they start wrestling around age 5.

Alex said...

How fun is that? She seems very nive and her boys are adorable!

Heidi said...

that fish ear is hysterical!!

Greene Family said...

How fun!! That is great that they live so close and are so close in age to Cole!

Melissa Swartley said...

That's so great that Cole has some new buddies to hang out with! Too funny, the goldfish behind the ear! Sounds like they had a grand ol' time!

Melisa said...

I love meeting new people. Sounds like you got a great neighbor. Looks like we'll be seeing more pics of all of them in the future.

Destini said...

Looks like a great time! Get ready for the sleep overs when they get older - that's alot of energy to handle!

Lisa said...

That's great to have play buddies for Cole. Yay! Happy Holidays. Hope you guys get to have some rest (if that's possible with a toddler).