We ate supper at Ruby Tuesday since the salad bar would have some good veggies for the kids to go with their chicken strips and fries and it sounded good to us too! We ate at about 5:00 and it was probably the most successful supper out we have had with the kids yet! The food came out really quick and both kids ate really good with no whining! (A pretty big accomplishment for a 15 month old and a 3 year old who can get picky about chicken strips at places we don't frequently eat at!)
After supper we headed over to the miniature golf course I always remember going to growing up. It was almost the same as I remember it, but it had been updated quite a bit with different colored greens and some new paint on other fixtures. Luckily there was just one other group golfing when we got there, and they were almost finished, so we had the first part of the course almost to ourselves! It was great since we had no idea how this was all going to work. Brooks was a little unsure at first because he is used to 'real' golf courses, but he caught on real quick and liked the obstacles to hit through/around. Keely surprised us and did fabulous. After we got her her own ball (she kept stealing ours) that she could just put in the holes, she was happy, happy, happy!
Here are some fun pictures from the course....
Keely making a face at "Little Red's" face we were supposed to hit through...I think Blake was the only one who made it through the mouth!
The rainbow hole was both kids' favorite. I think it was the bright colors and the slant to walk up on. It was really hard to get Keely to move on to the next hole, but we made it without too much fussing.