After the carnival, it was off to Harry's football game. It was a home game against the BIG (I'm serious, their players are about twice the size of ours usually), bad Eden Prairie. One of my sisters (who lives in EP and is pictured above with me, Becca and one of her daughters) came to visit. The fun surprise? She brought my other sister, who recently moved to Seattle. It was fun catching up. She has also started blogging. Check out her blog. She always has a unique way of seeing things and she shares funny stories about her two adorable children. BTW, I stole the picture of Becca and me at the football game from her. Hope you don't mind, sis! The other pictures of Harry playing football are courtesy of my other sister.
As if a carnival and a football game in one day was just not enough adventure for the Rowe's, we continued our day with a dinner at Bennihana's. It was a dinner to celebrate the kids adjusting well to their new schools and surviving. Why so soon in the school year for a reward? Well, I'm sure most of you have heard that you should catch your children doing good and praise them for it, so that they don't always hear you complaining about what they do wrong. You never know how fast things can change and right now school is going well, so we decided to "catch" them now, before we may need to have another kind of discussion. Bennihana's is a fun restaurant where the Japanese chefs cook at your table and are filled with culinary tricks. It was a fun night, but when we got home at 9pm, all of us were exhasted!