Upon landing that evening, we made our traditional trip to the Plaza for Lights and dinner.
Breakfast with The Lunds, Dreilings, and Roznowskis.The Lunds' new home is absolutely beautiful, and we were impressed with Molly's creative decorating.
|Ellen showing off her iPad skills|
Pit stop to check out the new Taco Via. The line was 10 people deep, the tables were packed, and we even waited 25 minutes to get our food. Even so, the new and improved Via did not disappoint.
|Via Staple: Nacho with peppers and a side of extra sauce|
|Olivia will soon show Baby T the ropes. Such a big girl... love love love her!|
Christmas dinner with the Lawrences and Jury at Grandma's house. Baby T was spoiled rotten with things old (an heirloom dress that was worn by Senator Nancy Kassebaum and Grandma Betty's baby blanket from when she was a baby) and new (adorable lavender patten leather driving moccasins).
Scott Jury was generous enough to invite Justin, Eric, and Roz to the Chiefs game. While we all expected a bloodbath, The Chiefs actually pulled through. Tailgating with Oklahoma Joe's + Chiefs win = Elated Justin
|Eric Clancey, Mike Roznowski, Justin Thomas & Scott Jury|
While Justin cheered on the Chiefs, I continued to make the rounds to meet new babies. I first made a trip to the Lash Home to meet Charlie, who is as sweet as can be. I then made it to the Ellspermanns to meet Jack, who looks exactly like his older sister (beautiful with a head full of hair) and was super alert for a 10 day old. I must have been enamored with the babes because I completely forgot to snap pictures...
Upon our return to Austin, Justin got lasik surgery. All went well, and he's enjoying life without glasses and contacts.
|Daddy's ready for a new pair of eyes|
|Justin under the laser - peeper on the TV screen|