Sunday, September 18, 2011

KC Part Two

We checked into the Hyatt. Daddy asked for a great view.

We were on the 20 something floor.

A sculpture inside the hotel lobby.

Then we went to our friend's wedding. It was a nice wedding. Everyone looked GREAT! I'm so happy for them!

I got no good pictures where all the action was.  To be honest, I was either talking, going after a child or busy. Receptions are hard with photos because everything is dark.

Isaak had to be taken out of the church. He was trying to drive his little motor coach on the man's back in front of us. BAD! Both boys still had a lot of energy; even when we tried to burn it off with running up and down stairs prior to the wedding.


We had a little time for a short nap. Once Isaak finally fell asleep, we had to wake him up again. He wouldn't go potty for me. Daddy promised he'd get cake at the reception to get him to go potty. Then he wanted cake! He fussed for cake all the way to the reception. Then wouldn't let it go at the reception. Daddy brought over an appetizer for Isaak. He said, "Here's your crab cake honey." Then Isaak cried because it wasn't the CAKE he wanted! Daddy offered him another. He didn't realize that this was making Isaak cry. Then Isaak saw the groom's robot cake. Isaak wanted it!!! He went over and poked a finger in the cake. Who could blame him? We kept telling him that he had to wait. To him it took all night to get a little piece of what would make him happy, CAKE!

We talked and danced. It was so nice seeing our friends! I'm glad the boys held out for a late night. They loved the hand made robots on each table! The groom made them all.


Jidhu Jose said...

great view

Eat To Live said...

I bet you had your hands full keeping up with the kids.

LOL... I have seen kids poke their fingers into cake before they were cut. I would of thought all those steps they did would make them less antsy.

Poor Isaak getting handed crab cake instead or REAL cake. I would cry too!!

Anonymous said...

wow! that's so kind of the groom....hand made robots who wouldn't like that :) the view is amazing sure you had a fun time :)

Becky Jane said...

Reminds of the saying, 'you can't have your cake and eat it too!' Glad he finally got his cake! LOL

Subhrashis Adhikari said...

great view....nice pics....u guys had a lot of fun :)


Liz Mays said...

Kinda cool that the groom got involved in the decorations and made those robots. I'm so glad your little man ended up with some cake eventually.


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