Thursday, June 3, 2010

Kylie and the Moo

Another guest post by dada Stump!

So, we went out to eat a while back (we do that way too much) at our local Chick-Fil-A. Now, we're still relatively new to the Chick-Fil-A phenomenon - they just entered the Kansas City market a year or two ago. I believe our first visit was sometime in early January because my cousin and his wife gave us a gift card for Christmas. We were shocked at how awesome that place is. First and foremost, their people are really friendly. They do a few little things that really help with the kiddos too (placemats that stick to the table, wipes for the high chair, etc).

Anyways, so we went a week or two ago and they had a Spirit Night where they donate a portion of that night's proceeds to a local church or ministry. They also have a prize wheel where the kids can get little bits of swag - Kylie got a little red Chick-Fil-A ball. It's a pretty neat deal.

The highlight of the evening (I know, the highlight of our evening came at a Chick-Fil-A) was when the seven foot tall cow came out of the kitchen. Now, Kylie is usually a little scared of strangers, so we thought the giant cow would be WAY too much for her. She saw him from across the restaurant and immediately began "mooing" and trying to climb out of her high chair! So, we helped her down and Jody accompanied Kylie over to the cow. Kylie just stood at his feet, looking up, smiling and mooing. It was adorable. Unfortunately, she hadn't eaten hardly anything, so Jody brought her back to the table so we could eat.

That didn't work out at all.

So, Kylie went back over to the bovine with me, while Jody brought our food to a table a little closer to the cow. I seriously can't stress enough how intrigued Kylie was with this cow! She followed him through the restaurant waving, saying hi and mooing. I'm sure the young person in the cow costume was wondering why this little toddler was chasing him/her around.

As we're standing there saying hi and mooing at the cow, I said to Kylie "I wish we had a camera, this would make a really cute picture". Well, I apparently said this around one of the kindest people in the area, as Patty with the Heart of America Ministry Women (the group that Chick-Fil-A was helping through the Spirit Night) was sitting there with a camera and told me that she'd take a couple pictures and then send them our way.

How nice is that!? Within the next day or two Patty emailed them to me, then also sent prints in the mail later that week.

So, without further ado, here they are:

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