Well this weekend, we decided to make a quick trip to Waco (a halfway point from here to San Angelo) so Sloan could meet her other great Grandmother. She is very lucky to have one set of her great-grandparents local (along with two of her three sets of grandparents), but it was way overdue to meet 'Beba.' We were able to arrange one of Beba's good friends to drive her to Waco to my mom's house. We all drove in on Saturday morning and spent the day doing our late Christmas and just enjoying everyone's company. We stayed up late playing games, much to Tim's despise ;). However, he did find a liking to Rummicube...a game in which I held the championship to until he beat me! We also played Beba's favorite game...Hand & Foot. I am not sure if anyone has ever played this, but whew this one is a doozy! Although Beba pretty much 'hogged' my Sloaner all day (haha), I am so glad they finally got to meet. Beba fell in love instantly and was very very sad when she had to say goodbye on Sunday morning. We are going to try hard to meet in Waco every few months so Sloan can see her Beba every once in a while. Here are a few pics from our quick trip.
A couple of weeks ago, KK & Pop went to the Rockets game and stopped by for a quick visit so I was able to snap a few pics...
This one is one of my faves! My two beautiful girls playing together!!
Well I can't believe it, but 2011 is here! I remember ringing in Y2K at my good friend Cassie's house 11 years ago! Where does time go? This year's celebration was a little different to say the least, since we have little Sloaner with us. All of our friends were pretty much doing the same thing...either hanging out with their own kids, being preggo, or were out of town. It was nice because we had Friday off, so it gave us a little more time to wind down from the holidays. Thursday night we went to the new Lupe Tortilla by our house with Tim's parents and Troy...I always love me some mexican food! Then Friday we tried out The Counter, a new burger place on Washington and took Sloan 'Krogering' for the first time...she loved it! Now, with Christmas decorations down, 2010 in the rear-view mirror, new resolutions made, I can only hope for another amazing year to come! Goodbye 2010, hello 2011!