Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Preview of Rod and Melanie's Meeting
It's another unseasonably warm day in Morristown. Rod and Melanie have agreed to meet at the park to discuss Nicole. I've decided to do this as a video that will be posted by Friday. You will have to come back to hear the conversations that take place. Below are a few of the pictures to hopefully entice you to watch the video when available.
The park is quite busy.
The Cooper girls wanted to play with their motorized car, so mom brought along a little lunch.
Monica is out walking Teddy.
Melanie has arrived a little earlier than the agreed upon time, so she is catching up on a little reading.
(I love the Tim Gunn red purse!)
Max and Carmen are there, as well. Carmen looks a little sad.
Monica approaches Melanie,
who is slightly startled, but
all Monica wants to do is sit down.
Teddy, on the other hand is more interested in the food at the picnic.
The girls are having grilled cheese sandwiches, potato chips and a banana for lunch.
They are trying to be patient while dad brings over their plates.
Melanie and Monica chat a bit.
Mrs. Cooper feeds the baby, while
Dad keeps an eye on the twins.
Rod has arrived.
Melanie spots him approaching.
Max and Carmen are leaving the park.
This is promising. Melanie lets Rod sit down.
Even more promising. She's offering him coffee. I don't know if he should drink that. LOL.
Well they seem to be having a nice conversation.
Oh goodness. What did Rod say?
Is her scalp itching? Is she getting a headache? Is she just deep in thought?
Here comes one of those pesky skateboarders.
(Nice Bieber body. No stands or wires were used to get him to skateboard. Just a nicely designed articulated body.)
Doesn't look like Rod has touched the coffee yet.
Hard to tell what's going on here.
I guess the girls have finished their lunch. They are off and riding!
Mom is burping the baby and yelling at dad for some reason.
Come back and check out the video to find out if Nicole is going to DisneyWorld or not!
This dio was set up on my dining room table. Part of the greenery is my dismantled Christmas tree. I was intending to get rid of it. Now I see it has to stay.