This is how we spent cinco de mayo. See our lovely traditional outfits? Me neither. I just was not up to planning and cooking on that day. “Never fear,” I told me crew, “we’ll go out for a Mexican feast!” When it came time to go eat we had trouble deciding on a restaurant. We kept going back and forth between our favorites.
Then we remembered that Saturday kids eat free at Texas Land & Cattle Steak House. We love this restaurant! Unlike most kids eat free programs, Texas Land & Cattle allows two free kid’s meals for every one adult entree purchase. For a family like ours you just can’t beat it! Even though it wasn’t Mexican food it was still very special for the kids to be able to order their own meal (They almost always have to share.) and their own drink (They usually drink water.) Oh but wait; see the plate at the bottom of the picture? I did order nachos. Does that count?
The kids all dressed in their Mexican dresses and guayabera on Sunday. I meant to take a picture. Really I did!
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