We so enjoyed Kim's little ones. She was a foster mama who has now adopted. We were happy to meet our newest niece.
Aunt Kim treated the girls to a pedicure in exchange for babysitting. A real American pedicure! One that doesn't cause you to bleed and cry!
Meanwhile, Kim and my dear, dear friend Laurie and I went out for lunch and hang out time.
We also stopped in to see Kim's parents. They blessed me so much during my college years, letting me come stay weekends with them and loving on me like I was their own. I haven't seen them in years. They go country dancing one night of the week, so they gave the girls some quick lessons.
And then before we left, I asked the three of them to sing us some Gospel music. They are big Gospel music folks. The sound was sweet to me.
We're getting older, but these friends will always be there for me. I know that.
THANKFULLY her mama slept in the next day, and I was the first one awake to get her out of bed. I got to have some snuggle time. There is nothing like that early morning, just waking up, crawl in your lap kind of snuggle. My baby years are over, and I miss them. But I am going to be a very happy GrandMama one day!
The trip was short, but I am so glad we got to do it.