Tuesday, February 22, 2011

I am feeling the need for more...

What are your thoughts on having Kim and Marilyn Family Sunday dinners here on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month? Would you like that or shall we just keep it on the 2nd Sunday?

6 comments:

Gramps said...

I'd like Kim & Marilyn dinner every night. Please? I haven't saved any junk food coupons, I don't like McDonalds, and Subway would get old fast.

Chad said...

That doesn't work for us. I anticipate that it won't work for the others either. I'm at work so I don't have time to go into details, but I'll explain later.

Brett said...

For the next few months at least, Katie's parents are gone, but if there were two sides of the family to split between, and we were to do an even split, that would mean that almost every Sunday would be visiting someone. We like visiting, but I don't think that kind of schedule is sustainable with people's callings and work and just having a solo family Sunday once in a while -- but I'll let the group speak for themselves.

Of course, my complication is work and school, where I work about every other Sunday anyway, so we've just sort of dropped in on you whenever we can, whether or not it's any particular Sunday or any other day for that matter. That'll probably have to be the way it stays for now.

Fortunately, school is almost at an intermission (April), which should help. Pending unknown baby schedules, etc., I think Katie and I could do more mid-week stuff. Sunday will probably be about the worst day of the week for it because of church schedules and callings and all that.

Stevo said...

It's about time you guys suggested changing those dates!!! We didn't want to be the first ones to say it just wasn't working out the other way

Chad said...

What Brett said, but we do have two sides of the family very close by. We also have things that we need to do on Sundays occasionally, such as Home Teaching etc. And every once in a while, it's nice to stay home and rest.

Gramps said...

I think yer mom is just remembering the "good ol' days" when we used to go to her parents house every Sunday.