Thursday, March 15, 2012

The Hot Date

Jacob got to see the performers from STOMP! at his school and was all sorts of mad when he heard we had tickets to see it later that week.  The Doc immediately offered to give up his ticket and send Jacob in his place.  That's just the kind of giver that he is.  

Does he think I'm stupid or something?  I went along with it knowing Doc was trying to get out of going to the show. Besides, Jacob seems a little more thrilled to go on a date with me than the Doc does.
See?


Isn't he the cutest?
Boys and sweater vests... *sigh*


We got all dressed up and I let Jacob pick the restaurant.
This means we went to Chick-fil-A in our purdy clothes.
I really felt like I was on a date with the Doc when Jacob pulled out his iTouch and proceeded to play games on it throughout the entire meal.
Future girlfriends of Jacob take note -- I'm working on it.


No one in that auditorium was more excited than Jacob to see this show.
No one.
He studied that program like his life depended on it.


It was so fun to hear his laughter and see that huge smile on his face during the show.  I loved hanging out for the evening with the most handsome and sweet 8 year old in the universe.

By the way - no one regrets this purchase more than me.
No one.

Drumsticks?!  Why?

4 comments:

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Wow, sounds like a great time.

You bought the drum sticks? Oh B, no. That is a gift from Grandparents!! Give'em to the kid and leave, and laugh all the way home.

ShaRhonda @ The 4- Crow's said...

That is awesome. I really wanted to take the kids. Ha Ha...the drumsticks were a gift for Randy, right?

maggie said...

Hehehe, what a cute post, and he's pretty darn cute, too. Sounds like a fun night. The drumsticks... oops. ;)

Jen@Scrapingirl said...

Stomp is awesome!!! I wish they would come over here. But I will be smart and NOT buy drumsticks. It's bad enough she uses chopsticks for drumsticks. *sigh*

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