A couple weeks after Thanksgiving, Jason came to visit for 5 days. We came down to see him on the weekend.
On the Saturday morning, we all did some work around the house for Mom & Dad. We cleaned the chimney, trimmed the trees and raked the leaves for them. We then all got ready and headed into Peterborough to surprise Mom for her 75th birthday.
Aiden helping his cousin Eva get ready to go
Peter, Rob, & Jason cleaning the Chimney with Macklan & Aiden supervising
Abby with her Dad in Papa & Mama’s backyard
Uncle Jason showing Abby his tattoos
So, Mom’s 75th birthday is actually in December, but we decided to have a surprise party for her when Jason came home so that all of her children could be there to celebrate with her. We all met at the bowling alley, which is where we told her that we would be playing family game of bowling to celebrate her birthday. Mom easily won her game, while Jason won his game. While we all played a fun game of bowling, we had Megan come out to Mom & Dad’s house and put out decorations for the party so that when they got home, they would be up.
Final Score of Adult Game: Jason Won
Mom, Rob & Jason watching others take their turns
Uncle Rob & Aiden keeping an eye on the score
Abby & Macklan dancing after their turns
Final Score of Kids/Adults game: Mom won
Abby after her turn bowling
Mama celebrating Macklan’s turn
Uncle Jason holding Eva at the bowling alley
Peter after knocking a couple of pins over
Uncle Jason & Rob listening to Aiden
On Sunday, Macklan, Aiden, Abby & I all went for a walk in the back field and headed over to visit Great Uncle Joe. While we were busy doing that Eva had some fund Snapchatting with her Auntie Melissa.
It was a great weekend!!!
Abby, Aiden & Macklan walking in the field behind Papa & Mama’s. The farm in the background in Uncle Joe’s house.
Abby, Macklan & Aiden playing with the leaves at Mama & Papa’s backyard.
Macklan, Aiden & Abby with their Great Uncle Joe
Auntie Melissa and Eva doing some Snapchat Selfies
Ninja pose: Macklan, Aiden & Abby walking in the field behind Mama & Papa’s