9.12.2010

Sundays In The Park


Our new warm weather Sunday tradition is afternoon picnics in the park. 




Me and Baby Huck like to people-watch.




Barney likes chewing sticks. :)

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  1. My Sunday tradition involves Canasta w/ the Grammy & lots of sleep & praising of the Lord for the weekend & praying for strength & blessings for the week!! : )

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  2. Our tradition is to do as little as possible. However, if I was literally step from Central Park, I may just be swayed to change the sloth tradition.

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  3. My Sunday tradition is to have pancakes and bacon for breakfast, no matter what! It sounds so silly (and unhealthy!), but it wouldn't be Sunday without it :-)

    (But if I lived steps from Central Park, I would take my pancakes and my bacon there, too!)

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  4. A nap. And by 'nap' I mean either an actual nap, or if it suits you a not nap nap, if you catch my drift?

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  5. I'm with Jess. My Sunday tradition is definitely a nap. It's also being 10 minutes late to church no matter what time it starts.

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  6. The husband and I generally curl up on the couch after the bebe is in bed and watch a movie, cause generally that is, like, the last time the rest of the week we are conscious at the same time.

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  7. Sunday tradition used to be reunited with my long lost lover sleep. Now, it is whatever my children's hobbies have me volunteering for. :P

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  8. Sunday is the day that I cook a proper lunch. Sunday lunch in Italy is a big deal, so I figured "when in rome..."

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  9. Did I miss something? You called your bambino Huck and no one has said a thing about it.. It is the cutest little name, nickname or otherwise.

    Nap used to be the Sunday tradition.. now that we have a little stinker we have a big lunch together after he goes down for his nap and do whatever in tarnation we want to while he is sleeping! :)

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  10. Grilled cheese sandwiches with REAL cheese (not those processed slices---ew) for lunch after church. Then, um, hmn. Usually we go for a walk down into Stackhouse Park, if the weather permits. And since my hubby is in California for a year, we always Skype with him for awhile. And then I clean my computer screen of my kids lip prints from kissing their daddy. The end.

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  11. Huck? Is it Huck?
    That's exciting.

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  12. Other than attending church, we don't have any REAL traditions. I am hardcore about "resting" on the 7th day, though. Otherwise I would never get any chill time. :) PS.. Wish there was a Central Park here.

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  13. Because it is September and because I married a sportsfreak, our Sunday traditions include four to nine hours of NFL football after church. Also, no bake cookies (because I am only human).

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  14. We play the island game in our house. We pretend the couch is our 'island' and we are 'stranded' on it all day. Good times.

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  15. Every Sunday morning, I pack a two tupperware bowls of cheerios and some kind of fruit: blueberries, strawberries, grapes, whatever and we toss the bowls and the kids into the car and head to church. Then after church, we meander around town in our vehicle waiting for the Spirit to lead us to a restaurant that we both feel like enjoying. Then naps and catching up on TV episodes that we may have missed.

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