We stayed inside for most of the long weekend. With temperatures like this….
It was not pleasant outside. And we had some humidity thrown in for fun too.
Jackson started eating with a fork this weekend, and picked it up like he had been doing it forever.
I definitely have kiddos that do things when they are good and ready and not when I want them to.
Since we stayed inside Jackson spent a lot of time dragging every toy he cold find in his room to every other part of the hosue.
Mike beat Bowser in Super Mario Galaxy with Nicholas cheering him along the way.
Nicholas hi-jacked my iPad and iPhone and played Angry Birds and ended up figuring out how to look for more games. After we paid for 2 or 3 games I told him he could not have any more that cost money. He figured out which ones were free and would bring me the iPad or phone and say “ Can I play this one? this one “don’t” cost money”. Kids.
After a hard afternoon of playing, Jackson crawled in Mike’s lap and fell asleep. He doesn’t look very comfortable to me.
On Sunday we did leave the house to go to the church in the morning. We also went out to a late lunch at the new Coach and Willie’s in downtown Chandler. The food was good, but expensive. It seemed like we were the only one’s brave enough to leave the air conditioning. The restaurant and the streets were pretty empty.
When Nicholas wasn’t playing the iPad, he took over the Wii. It is funny that something that he didn’t pay a lot of attention to a couple of months ago is now a complete obsession.
Last night we got a really bad dust storm that knocked the power out. The Wii wouldn’t power back on and we thought it was a gonner. Mike was not looking forward to Nicholas’s reaction, but thanks to Google we figured out how to reset the power supply.
I don’t even know what this shirt style is all about. LOL!
On the 4th, we stayed inside and Mike grilled slider burgers for dinner. We headed over to our church for fireworks.
We met up with friends, Michelle and Barry, that we hadn’t seen in forever. Nicholas and their little girl hit it off immediately.