February 23, 2010

Says who?

This is Princess Savannah.

She is beautiful and gorgeous with beautiful hair and can sing and dance beautifully.

Or so I'm told. (remind me not to let her write her own autobiography)

She was captured by an evil bad guy... no wait, a bad witch and put in the high tower and forced  to wash dirty dishes ALL year long. It was hot and very hard work.

This is Batman, strong and super fast! He's here to save Princess Savannah!

Now, I know this looks bad. It looks like he is the evil bad guy who captured her. But he really is there to help her escape. Although, from what I witnessed, he just stood there and watched her clean pots and pans.

Typical man.

Later I found out that Princess Savannah and Batman were both stuck in the high tower and were being forced to make yucky toy trash soup.

Way to go Batman.

But then daddy came home and food that was NOT yucky toy trash soup (I think) was made and the high tower disappeared.

So we gathered family around to celebrate with an awesome Family Home Evening concert.

Who said pots and pans were for cooking anyway?

How boring would THAT be!

What did you do yesterday?

9 super cool people speak:

Heidi said...

I love Batman's pose. Alas! I must wait to watch the concert. I'm all in anticipation!

♥ Katinka said...

Stopping by from SITS and wishing you a great Tuesday :)

Linda said...

Love it. We have incorporated a talent portion in to every FHE. It can be anything from magic tricks to guessing mommy's weight. Sooo fun.

Lemonade Makin' Mama said...

Just stopping by to thank you for the lovely comments and blog love on my SITS day!


Heidi said...

OK. That was cool. I love that Alayna joins in, too. And there really was some good rhythm in there.

Amber said...

Hah! Yesterday we reenacted a scripture story for FHE. It was fantastic, especially with one very grumpy toddler that cried whenever we looked at her.

Is it horrible to say I laughed? Cuz I did.

Elizabeth Patch said...

thanks for stopping by my blog and helping make my SITS day so wonderful! it looks like you have a beautiful family, lucky girl!

Sarah said...

Oh my goodness, Serene, what a funny post.

And this line made me laugh, too - "remind me not to let her write her own autobiography" - I'm curious who else would write Savannah's autobiography. Can't that only be written by her? :)

So cute.

Serene is my name, not my life! said...

LOL, true, true!
I guess I could change it to just biography.

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