Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Fun and Done

I thought I was busy on Friday night the 14th but holy cow, that was nothing compared to Saturday night. My buddy Eli came over with his parents Brian and Megan for a pre-dinner play date. It took me awhile to warm up to everyone (as is the norm these days) but once I did, I had a lot of fun. I even sat with Brian a little bit to show off some magna-doodle art work.
I'm sure you keen readers have noticed that all six of us are in this pic above and are wondering how that could be. Fortunately M&D had filled my evening dance card by inviting Aunt Darcy, Grandma & Grandpa Davenport over for dinner and AD volunteered to snap the pic.
I really liked Eli's hat and was trying to figure out if I could get it with purple, pink, red and white stripes. That'd be totally cute right?!?!

Eli had dinner plans with HIS grandparents so they headed out but who can blame him - grandparents are awesome! After dinner, we retired to the family room to do some playing. GpaD must not have been comfortable sitting on his wallet because he broke it out to make it a little thinner.
But I'm not a greedy little kid so I spread the wealth around.

I spent a lot of time just bouncing from person to person playing all night. Snuggling and playing, snuggling and playing...
I'll be honest, it was exhausting. Totally awesome, but exhausting. And I don't necessarily mean for me. Not pictured: GpaD and AD napping!

Mom and I woke up before Dad the next morning (SHOCK!) and to pass the time before he got up, we did some reading. Penny snuggled us too which was pretty sweet.
Can you tell I was having fun?

Mom had already eaten breakfast but when Dad got a call from AD, G&G D the two of us hit the road and headed to First Watch Shoppes at Corporate Woods. I didn't sleep well the night before and wasn't in a great mood so Dad knew he was kind of rolling the dice with a meal out. And he was right to be worried...
If you can't tell, that is a FAKE smile on my ol' man. I decided I would NOT sit in a high chair and screamed when Dad tried to make me. Even when he folded and moved me to the booth between him and GpaD, I still wasn't happy.
Or was I... I WIN!

Remember, you can't take it with you, but you can lick it so no one else can take it when you're gone.

Until Later,

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