Mother’s Day has come and gone, and for the third year I met up with Nichole and her munchkins in Eau Claire for a mini-day of lunch and shopping.
It’s fun to see the changes in the grandkids each year. They age just a little bit and their temperament for being with us older folk while we chat over lunch and browse the stores gets better.
A couple things, however, I am sure will never change. One of which is Nichole and I finding goofy stuff that make us crack up like teenagers.
The piece de resistance this year goes to the Dammit Doll. This masterpiece was found on display in a Hallmark store with a picture of Betty White clutching one to her chest.
Had. To. Have. It.
And you can bet it will get plenty of use when I take it to work.
The second thing that the girls look forward to is the picture taking session. We actually have two of them, the first taking place in the mall photo booth with us making all sorts of silly faces. The second shoot comes as we exit the mall and find our designated locations for the outside shots.
Here is where I really get to capture some memories.
And those girls sure do love their Momma!
And they like to do some serious model posing.
Being goofy is fun too.
Then we let the kids have our cameras and get a Mother-Daughter shot for posterity.
Apparently one of the dolls didn’t care too much for the moment.
I don’t think that one is invited next year.