Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Fun With an Extra Napkin

We went out to brunch this weekend. While we were waiting for our check Isaak had fun with an extra napkin at the table.

His out on a ranch look.

His smolder face.

There was a dust storm in the restaurant

A napkin bonnet.

This one isn't the best photo, but it cracks me up. I picture him saying, "I feel pretty. Oh so pretty!"

He had one as an exercise sweat band to, but the photo was horrible. This boy loves to move!

An accident happened while we were there. A server dropped a whole coffee pot. It sort of exploded on the ground. All the workers were laughing. All I could think of was, "Geez I'm glad she didn't get burnt!"


Harry Flashman said...

We always enjoyed going out for dinner when the kids were that age. Once your children grow up and leave, you miss out on a lot. I'm glad your family is so close, not all are these days.

Cascia Talbert said...

Those photos are adorable! Your son is so creative, just like his mom. Have a great week!

~ Noelle said...

Lol, Reminds me of when my brother was younger..
We were at a fancy golf course clubhouse for their Sunday Brunch...
(first time there) He grabs the napkin, put it on his head and started "COCK A DOODLE DOO!" it was funny and a bit embarrassing all at once.

Veronica Lee said...

Your son is so cute!

Happy Thursday, A!

dd said...

Kids can have fun with odd things like a box! I know I love playing with most anything we had (not a lot of toys). Best thing is a napkin takes no batteries!

Indah Nuria Savitri said...

Hahaha... Look who's having fun with the napkin.. He is so adorable :)

mail4rosey said...

Hot coffee could def. mess you up! These pictures are all cute. :)

Theresa Mahoney said...

He's so silly! Glad he could have a fun time with just a napkin! Kids got some good imagination skills!

Eat To Live said...

So if he can entertain himself with a napkin... he should be easy to by for at Christmas.


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