We had some visitors from California. Baby Kate and Mamma J (see her blog here) came to stay with us for a couple days. Mamma J and I have been the best of friends since our freshman year at Southern Utah University. A sign of true friendship is knowing that you don't have to wake up in the morning with your guest or entertain them. They know where the food pantry is and they're not too shy to make themselves at home.
I haven't seen Baby Kate since December when she was two months old. Our little guy is two months now and wasn't up for impressing the ladies. In fact, I think BM's naughtiness rubbed off on Baby Kate who is usually full of smiles. We were driving home from Salt Lake (and yes the mom's ignored bedtimes to hit a great baby boutique) when BM and Baby Kate broke into song. It wasn't the kind of song that could be on the Top 40 list someday. Instead it was the kind that we tried to cover up with our own amazing singing ability. ;) The babies didn't calm down as we sang The Wheels on the Bus. Their screaming duet just got LOUDER and LOUDER and they thought we were demanding an encore. It was hysterical. We were so relieved when their vocal cords finally gave out and sleep took over.
They were exhausted after their great performance.
They were as happy as could be in their pj's the morning after the concert.