I snagged a Groupon for a discount on dinner and games at Fudpucker's, a local establishment with a restaurant and an arcade (and some gators just for giggles, because, hey, this is Florida after all).
So we went out for Family Home (or Out?) Evening. The food wasn't great, but the kids did have lots of fun using all the tokens.
We have availed ourselves of the Gregory family more than once when travelling to Atlanta and have pushed the limits of their hospitality by barging in on them and eating all their food, playing with their toys, messing up their puzzles, losing their airplanes in the woods, forcing them to watch football and even obliging them to pull their high chair out of cold storage on multiple occasions.
So we were thrilled when Carrie and her kids decided to come spend a quick weekend with us. We made them dance in front of strangers at our ward's Valentine's dance, took them to the armament museum, and made what might be considered an ill-advised trip to the beach in very cold and windy weather. Please peruse the slide show for photographic evidence of the kids' determination to enjoy the beach despite our warnings.
Thanks for coming, Carrie. I hope your kids remember it fondly and that time heals the memories of near-hypothermia.