Saturdays in the fall are the best. Today we lounged around, watched football, burned candles that smelled like cinnamon and pumpkin, and did a really good job at messing up the house. I interested Parker for a brief bit with Halloween decor....but lost out quickly to "train crashes" (This is what he calls anything he watches on YouTube. It is rarely ever actual "train crashes"...which are, in fact, TOY train crashes. We aren't bad parents or anything! Usually.)
Anyways, I like how his sweet little room came out. Thank you, Target for your usual awesomeness. And all for only $7.
I've been wanting to start a family game night on Saturdays. Parker is old enough now that he understands board games so we chose Candyland Junior for our first game and tonight as our first game night. It was good, it was fun, and Hayes is not yet ready for board games. :) We were at the doctors office (for the SIXTH time in the last 3 weeks) and Parker reminded me that the torn sterile paper on the exam table was a result of "all the Crazy from The Haysie". Yes, Parker you hit the nail on the head.
Hayes likes tiny hats and watching football. Parker likes hats but not football.
Bryan: "Parker, what sport do you want to play?"
Me: "But Parker, that isn't a sport. What do you want to play when you grow up?"
**If you know Parker, then you know that this is not surprising at all.**
We can't bring ourselves to tell him that he needs to start liking a sport quick because that's pretty much how we plan for him to pay for college.
(I'm kind of kidding.)
Lillie Mae is busy stealing the hearts of the three men in our home. She's pretty good at it. Bryan, hold on to your hat! (and remaining hair!) I think your daughter will give you a run for your money.
I have so much more to say about sister....I love her. But I'm trying this new thing of limiting my blog writing to 30 minutes SO THAT I ACTUALLY PUBLISH A BLOG POST. Adios!