Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Supernanny's Encounter with Monkey Joes

This post is dedicated to those who think that a 15 and 20 year old can't be a kid every once in a while!


Today me and Britt headed up to Monkey Joes with the kids that she babysits for. There were 5 total today. WhooWee was I tired? :] Now Britt doesn't usually watch all 5 of them at the same time but since summer is almost over and the kids love to play with each other they met up so they could play for the day while Britt watched them.


I usually don't babysit with her but since I knew that she was going to have her hands full. Not that I thought that she couldn't handle it if anybody could handle 5 kids it would be my sister. I had alot of fun today with the kids. Thanks for letting me help you out B!

I'm not sure who had more fun. The kids or Me? At first I just stayed outside of the moon bounces and all that stuff because I thought I was too big! But then I saw other people that were older than me on it so I finally "gave in" to the kids and told them I would get on with them.
Everyone in the moonbounce


Miss Brittany, Ben and Megan


I finally got everyone to look at the camera.


Britt said we looked like a bunch of caged monkeys.

The kids loved the video games.













Miss Brittany says "Now your silly faces, guys"

4 comments:

Kelly Spezzano August 20, 2008 at 5:48 PM  

What a fun and BRAVE babysitter (and asst. babysitter) you guys are!

I am sure that's a memory those kids will keep with them for a long time!

Anonymous,  August 22, 2008 at 6:46 AM  

The great thing about being a borrowed Poppa is that I can play on the playground too. Big people can learn so much from the little people, and little people have so much to learn from big people. But no one learns unless they spend time with one another. I'm thankful that the Ulmer girls have not lost that concept. Now I can make my silly face cause Miss Brittney said I could.

Borrowed Dad
aka: Borrowed Poppa

Dani August 22, 2008 at 2:32 PM  

Looks like a fun day to me.

His Mercy Endureth Forever August 24, 2008 at 9:44 AM  

Man where were you when I was a kid? You guys sound like great babysitters. I'm glad you all had fun! Those kids are very blessed to have you guys to look after them!