We went to Kansas City to visit my family again. The first site we had was of Henry’s mustang on jack stands in the driveway. This is amusing because Herman’s mustang is also on jack stands in the garage. Seems to be a theme.
It is worth noting that Henry’s car was self inflicted as he choose to make some upgrades. They just happened to take longer than expected!
We learned that Peaches likes wine!
And this will likely be as close as I can ever get to getting my dad to pose with a Jayhawk!
If you’re a fan of the movies, you’ll notice that the Haake clan is going to be in the next X-Men movie!
And the kids wanted to show off their unicycle skills for the grandparents.
We visited KC this weekend. 2 things stick out in my mind still. First, we went bowling and had a great time. While we were there, we saw a guy with “Strikezone” on his bowling shirt. He was there the last time we went. Sort of a crust old man that seems to only be interested in bowling. He was fun to watch.
The second thing was a visit to the World of Wheels in Bartle Hall. It is a week long car show. There were tons of cars to see, but the Ford GT40 was my favorite.
We travled to Kansas City this year to celebrate Easter. Grandma Pat started off the wonderful weekend by taking the kids to the “Ball Museum” (Wonderscope Children’s Museum). They always love going there with grandma to play. Aunt Holly decided to join them.
After the trip to the museum, Hannah had PROM that night for her high school. It seemed like bad timing to have it the Saturday before Easter, but its a public school. Sonora decided to get dressed up with Hannah.
Getting dressed up is only half the fun. When the limo came to pick up the girls at my parents house, Sonora and mom had to get in and see how awesome it is.
Hannah thought that the limo driver was quite attractive, so I managed to snag a few photos of him. I’m a good brother!
You’re looking at some seriously concerned kids! Their dad (thats me) kicked the soccer ball over the fence. They were both judging the jump down and both decided that Corvin could do it. I didn’t let him getting the ball, opting to wait for the neighbors to throw it back over later.
Easter tradition for my parents is always to go over to Uncle Tom and Aunt Theresa’s house to celebrate. I remember doing that every year for as long as I can remember. Their current house has a nice stocked lake behind it. So after all of the eggs were found, the fishing began.
And finally, we ended up back at my parents house to do one final egg hunt.