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C'est le weekend! It's the weekend!

The kids are going to grandma and grandpa's house for the weekend.

Woohoo!

Grandma and Grandpa even agreed to take the dog.

Double Woohoo!

My husband and I are so excited; we can hardly contain ourselves.

But, you would never know it.

At least, we hope not.

We are trying really really hard not to show it!

Don't want the kids to think we don't love them, and all.

I'm putting together a pack of activities for the kids.

I figure my parents can use them to keep the kids entertained and out of trouble.

I'm also passing them my iPhone and have downloaded a ton of apps for the kids.

Don't want any tantrums or meltdowns (from either side).

My parents are being quite ambitious.

They're taking the kids (and dog) to the country to vist a farm.

It's about a two hour drive.

A car full of kids and a dog.

How brave are they?

Talking of farms leads me to today's post, which is all about cows.

Great segue, eh!

Today, I'm posting a Spot The Differences Game.

My kids love these, and I hope yours do too!

Come check it out at kids learn @ kiboomu daily.

It's Time To Learn, Laugh, Sing & Grow!

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