We met up at Chuck's, which I have to admit I have been a little leery about over the last year. The area that it is in has gone downhill quite a bit. It also gets super crowded and I have little bouts of panic as I try to keep my eyes on both kiddos that are constantly darting off in opposite directions.BUT, this time was refreshingly different. It was not crowded at all. I was able to sit at a table with E's parents and talk while the kiddos played the games around us and I could see them the whole time. It was so nice. So the key is to go midday midweek.
AP and E are finally both at an age that they enjoy playing together. It was so sweet to watch them interact. Don't they look so much alike?
AP can now process a lot more info about her adoption. She totally gets that they were born in the same country and were in the same baby home. She kept saying to me "Mommy, we're both Kyrgyzstan!"
When it was time to go, AP and E were not very happy! They both kept asking to go to the other's house. I promised them both we would do that soon.