Sunday, May 06, 2007

Our New Life...



Last night we embarked on a parenthood experiment. We took Evan to a Drive-in movie. We love to watch movies and since having Evan that opportunity doesn't come around very often. We have a drive-in theater just down the street from us and with Spiderman opening this weekend we figured we'd give it a try. We went with some friends and Evan fell asleep in his carseat while we hung out before the movie. Other than being a little cold and Evan stirring a couple times - the experiment worked out pretty well. Our friends made Sangria and ice cream sandwiches - that's the way to watch a movie! I can't say that we'll choose to see every movie that way, but once in a while...

5 comments:

morgan said...

i knew it would work well for ya guys. the drive-in is a great way to go, you just want to be prepared for all temp's, have comfortable seating, & plenty of food options. i'm glad you had a a good time!

Elizabeth Davies said...

You might have to do a double take when you see that I am actually posting on your site.
Acutally, I think this is the first time I have ever posted a comment on anyone's blog - you should feel lucky :)
Glad the drive in worked out....and I will try to watch hereos this summer if you watch 24! Go Jack Bauer
I have also been told to watch all of Lost too....that is a lot of TV to make up for
hope you are doing well...just wanted to pop in and post something

morgan said...

elizabeth davies....you have got to watch lost!! it's the most intelligent show since full house! you may hate it at times, & it'll drive you nuts, but it's awesome!!! watch it!

Jeanelle said...

Umm, I don't think you're supposed to comment on your own blog - but I do not think that Lost could possibly be the most intelligent show on tv - that spot's already taken by Heroes. Please don't use my blog for enemy propaganda!

morgan said...

it's not propaganda....it's just the truth. i'm here to spread the truth, Lost will change your life. Heroes on the other hand....will simply give you something to watch for an hr. on a mon. night.