Continuing our recap of our time in Tulsa (I believe the proper term is Tulsey Time)...
After waking up still thinking about the best pizza we've ever had (eaten for dinner Friday night), we headed out for the Tulsa Zoo where we saw dinosaurs...
discovered a love of all things playground...
Here's Grandpa waiting in line with Jo. Jonah looks huge to me here! Like the size of a 2 year old! I know one thing's for sure. I buy the next size up in shoes about every week! Not really - but close enough.
And we feasted on burgers and watermelon, and Nonni gave Jonah his first chocolate milk. It was love at first sip.
Jonah was teething pretty badly so Howard ran out and bought him Sophie the Giraffe. What a lifesaver! Jonah loves her! (Is that emphatic enough or am I supposed to say "love, love, loves her?" ; )
We said bye to Uncle Greg...
and Howard and I left that afternoon to go on a date!!
We started with a macadamia nut café latte (that was Europe-worthy) and some reading time
I love love loved this Bible verse in my Louis Markos book:
I wish Howard and I had more time to go get coffee and read together. It was one of my favorite moments of the trip. The above picture is from the café we sat in - it's called Nordaggio's. All their artwork is done in espresso!!
After coffee we ate at Charleston's and had dessert at Freckles Frozen Custard. It was such a wonderful evening.
Howard, Nonni, and I took Jonah to LaFortune Park and Jonah was BESIDE himself with intense excitement. It was serious business!!
Then Nonni and Jonah and I shopped and then took Jonah to Barnes and Noble where he could get some work done.
We had to head back home. It was bittersweet because we love our home but we're having such a good time. Also, home is a 12 hour car ride away. UGH.
We finally made it. It was great to be home and see our sweet Cotton girl
What a great trip!